The FBI released the related archive records later Nirvana Analyst Kurt Cobain, say Rolling Stone pointed. The 10-page file contains letters from two individuals asking the bureau to investigate the 1994 rockstar. death by suicide, believes foul play was involved. “The police who brought the case were never serious about investigating it as a murder,” one of the individuals wrote.
The other letter, dated September 24, 2003, read, “I believe a great deal of injustice could be done in the case of Kurt Cobain.” Later, the man wrote, “I am writing to you in hopes for your help to continue the investigation into Mr. Cobain’s death. Millions of fans around the world want to see the inequality of death after a year of evacuation. It is sad to think that such an injustice could be tolerated in the United States.
The FBI file also contains several letters the bureau sent to individuals, informing them that the FBI should not have jurisdiction to investigate a potential murder. “In order for the FBI to begin an investigation into any complaint we receive, specific facts must be in place to show that a violation of federal law within our jurisdiction to investigate has been made,” all that three responses were read.
The file was closed in a fax sent by Cosgrove / Meurer Productions to the FBI in January 1997. CMP is the company behind the documentary series Unsolved Mysteries, which aired an episode about Cobain in February 1997. The fax read, “At least one investigator, Tom Grant, a Los Angeles -based private investigator and the representative of the former LA County Sheriff, is convinced that the official suicide conviction is a hasty conviction. ”
Terry Meurer, co-founder of Cosgrove / Meurer Productions, spoke Rolling Stone, “We came to the FBI for different stories and tried to get information from them,” adding, “That’s the usual communication.”
You can find the full Kurt Cobain file at FBI website.