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Kurt Cobain Suicide Case Stays Closed

Mar 21 2014, 3:31am CDT | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind

Kurt Cobain Suicide Case Stays Closed
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On the verge of the 20th anniversary of Kurt Cobain's tragic death a rumor spread that the police are re-opening his case.

Kurt Cobain died in April of 1994. The legendary singer of Nirvana killed himself with a shotgun. This week a report surfaced in Seattle that police would re-open his case, but that report turned out to be false.

The Seattle Police have set the record straight on their blog. The police will not reopen the Kurt Cobain case. What happened is that a Cold Case Detective has reviewed the file because of the upcoming anniversary of Cobain's death. The detective found some undeveloped photo material in the file though. 

The crime scene photos have now been released, but do not add anything new to the Kurt Cobain suicide. Via the Seattle Police SPD Blotter.

In other news, Nirvana will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next month.

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