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Case Regarding Kurt Cobain’s Death Will Not Be Reopened Despite New Photos

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Updated 03/20/2014 11:15pm
Case Regarding Kurt Cobain’s Death Will Not Be Reopened Despite New Photos
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Shelby Parker

Staff Writer


We are coming up on the 20-year anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s death.  Of course, fans of Cobain were blowing up social media when they heard the investigation of his death had been reopened. News broke from KIRO7, out of Seattle, claiming police have “reexamined the case,” as police had recently developed film from the case that had been sitting in a police evidence vault. Staff members then took to Twitter to report the news that the detective told the news station that it had been reopened. However, according to the Washington Post, Detective Renee Witt said, “We have not reopened the Kurt Cobain case,” on Thursday afternoon. Cobain’s death, which took place April 8, 1994, was ruled as a suicide. He was found with a gunshot wound to the head, and had injected a dose of heroin. The developed film was found, which consists of better-quality photos that are out already, but that’s the only news. The department may also post the photos on their blog. Nevertheless, Witt went on to say, “No change, no developments, no new leads.  The other reports are “very, very incorrect.” Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!  

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