Kurt Cobain left a drug rehab center in Marina Del Rey California on April 1, 1994 and was later reported missing. As you probably know, he was found dead just seven days later. It was determined he he had committed suicide on April 5th when his body was found on April 8th, but was that the case?
My name is Tom Grant. I am a retired private investigator and former detective with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
On April 3, 1994 (while conducting business as a California State licensed private investigator), I was hired by Courtney Love (who was in Los Angeles at the time), to locate her husband after he left a drug rehab center in Marina Del Rey, California. Ms. Love stayed in Los Angeles while I flew to Seattle to search for Cobain with his best friend Dylan Carlson. In fact, Carlson and I had been in the Cobain residence the night before Kurt’s body was discovered in the room above the garage.
The police immediately concluded “suicide.” I wasn’t so sure. Neither was Rosemary Carroll, Courtney Love’s own entertainment attorney. Ms. Carroll was also a close friend to both Courtney and Kurt. We both knew something was terribly wrong here.
After several months of intensive investigation, including dozens of taped interviews with Cobain’s closest friends and family members, I reached the conclusion that Courtney Love and Michael Dewitt, (the male nanny who lived at the Cobain residence), were involved in a conspiracy that resulted in the murder of Kurt Cobain.
It appears this was not the first attempt on Cobain’s life by Courtney Love, however, it was obviously the first to succeed.
In December of 1994, I began speaking publicly about the suspicious circumstances surrounding Cobain’s death.
Facing the potential consequences of exposure, Courtney Love, her wealthy and powerful friends, her attorney’s and the symbiotic “rock press” have engaged in an effort to keep the public from learning the true facts about Kurt’s death.
These are people who are motivated by profit rather than truth. Courtney’s attorneys have consistently threatened those in various media outlets with “potential lawsuits” if these journalists were to give me a platform from which to discuss my investigation of the Cobain Case.
As I predicted when I first began telling the public about the details of my investigation more than 2 decades ago, no legal, criminal or civil, action has ever been taken against myself or anyone in the media who has covered this story.
In spite of the hot air they’ve been blowing all these years, this investigation has received coverage in hundreds of major newspapers, magazines, television and radio talk shows around the globe.
The pathetic cowards of this world can only blow smoke. Once they’ve been exposed, they run and hide.
The events surrounding the death of Kurt Cobain are filled with lies, contradictions in logic, and countless inconsistencies.
Here is just some of…WHAT YOU WERE NEVER TOLD
Courtney Love was facing a divorce.
Kurt was in the process of leaving Seattle and his wife Courtney, when he was found dead.
Courtney knew Kurt wanted out of the marriage. Just weeks prior to his death, she asked one of her attorneys to get the “meanest, most vicious divorce lawyer” she could find.
Someone was using Kurt’s credit card.
One of Kurt’s credit cards was missing when his body was discovered.
Someone was attempting to use the missing credit card after Cobain died, but the attempts stopped when his body was discovered.
Cobain was in fear of his life.
The shotgun found at the scene was purchased BEFORE Cobain left for rehab in Los Angeles, NOT AFTER he fled the rehab as reported by misinformed media sources.
The shotgun was fully loaded with three shells. It was purchased and loaded for protection, not suicide.
The police claim there were no legible fingerprints on this shotgun!
The truth is, the shotgun wasn’t even checked for fingerprints until May 6th, nearly one month after Cobain’s body was found.
There was no “suicide” note!
The note found at the scene by the police was immediately labeled as a “suicide note.” The police report states it was “apparently written by Cobain to his wife and daughter, explaining why he had killed himself.”
But this note was not addressed to Kurt’s wife and daughter and it says nothing about “killing himself!” This note was clearly written to Cobain’s fans telling them he was quitting the music business. There was only a short footnote to Courtney and Frances and the handwriting contained in those lines has been questioned by several handwriting experts.
Courtney had another note she kept in secret.
Courtney was in possession of a second note after Kurt’s body was found! SHE DIDN’T TELL ANYONE about this second note until several months later when information about it slipped out during an interview with Rolling Stone Magazine.
>The second note, the one that Courtney kept in secret, clearly defines the first note which was found at the scene of Cobain’s death. The “second note” from Kurt plainly states he was leaving Courtney and he was leaving Seattle. He was NOT leaving the planet.
Cobain was injected with 3 times a lethal dose of heroin!
Cobain’s heroin, (morphine), blood level was 1.52 mgs per liter. This would require a minimum injection of 225 mgs of heroin, three times a lethal dose, even for a hardcore heroin addict. The drug Diazepam, was also found in Cobain’s blood system.
The obvious questions:
1. IF Cobain injected three times a lethal dose of heroin, COULD he then pick up a shotgun and shoot himself? Wouldn’t he have been immediately incapacitated?
Based on the heroin, (morphine), blood levels found in Cobain’s body, preliminary research indicates Kurt Cobain would have been almost immediately incapacitated. He could not have picked up that shotgun. He could not have pulled that trigger!
2. If Cobain injected himself with a deliberate heroin overdose, why would he ALSO shoot himself in the head with a shotgun, leaving his baby daughter – the love of his life – with horrific visual images to remember him by? Why not just “go to sleep” on the overdose and never wake up?
Cobain was not barricaded inside the room as reported by misinformed media sources.
The stool which was supposedly wedged” against the door was actually just sitting in front of the two unlocked doors that only led out to a balcony.
Cobain did not leave his Driver’s License out for identification as reported by misinformed media sources.
The first police officer on the scene found Cobain’s closed wallet, opened it to remove Kurt’s driver’s license, and displayed it in order to take a photograph.
The fact is – the police and the Medical Examiner have no forensic evidence that proves Cobain’s death was a suicide. On the other hand, there’s a substantial amount of evidence for murder.
The official verdict of “suicide” was simply a rush to judgement which eventually painted the authorities into a corner as reports of so-called “copy-cat” suicides began making the news.
As you examine this case carefully, you’re going to discover there’s much more to the events surrounding Cobain’s death than what you’ve been told.
The term, “conspiracy,” is merely a legal term describing the planning or plotting of a crime by two or more persons.
If I had reached the conclusion that only one person was involved in planning and carrying out the murder of Kurt Cobain, we would be discussing a “Murder Theory,” not a “Conspiracy Theory”.
My job is to call it as I see it. I don’t change legal terminology simply to avoid criticism in order to make my conclusions easier for the reading or viewing public to swallow.
It is what it is.
Criminal conspiracy is defined as an agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime or to perpetrate an illegal act.
Conspiracy crimes that are federal can include conspiracy to engage in criminal activity such as money laundering, conspiracy to violate federal laws, or conspiracy to manufacture drugs or weapons.
Conspiracy charges in state court are very similar, but there are many more crimes that will give rise to state conspiracy charges. While intent is key in any federal conspiracy case, only general intent to violate the law is necessary. Proof of the defendant’s specific intent to violate the law is not needed, only an agreement to engage in an illegal act.
So according to the legal definition described above, there are literally thousands of true “conspiracies” committed every single day of every single year across the United States alone, plus many more thousands around the world.
“Conspiracies” are very real. Ask any police officer or prosecuting attorney.
The 27 Club has become one of the most elusive and remarkably tragic coincidences in rock & roll history. The term became widely known after Kurt Cobain’s death in 1994, with rock fans connecting his age to that of Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, Brian Jones and Jimi Hendrix – though it was notable to fans in the early 1970s when those four visionaries died within just two years of each other. When Amy Winehouse passed away at age 27 in 2011, it attracted even more attention to the significance of the age. While the club has been largely connected to musicians, it has expanded since, as many young actors and artists have lost their lives due to everything from addiction to suicide to freak accidents.
Troubled genius Kurt Cobain formed the grunge group Nirvana in 1986. Led by Cobain’s songwriting, singing and lead guitar, Nirvana’s second album Nevermind hit the top of the charts in 1991, making the band superstars and netting them truckloads of money. But Cobain, a quiet, reclusive fellow, never enjoyed the limelight of celebrity. Nirvana’s mega hit single, “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” is considered one of the greatest rock tunes of all time. In 2007 VH1 voted it the top rock song of the 1990s. The tune is still popular; even college marching bands play it.
As Nirvana gained popularity, Cobain started using heroin in the early 1990s. Now author John Potash has revealed Cobain’s heavily-publicized addiction to heroin and subsequent death may have been down to America’s secret service. In his book Drugs as Weapons Against Us, Potash claims Cobain was among a group of legendary musicians – including John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix and Tupac – targeted by the CIA to stop anarchist ideology spreading through the US using music and entertainment.
Potash’s book portrays Cobain as a figure who had no intention of falling into a world of helpless addiction and eventual suicide. The book reveals Cobain once described drugs as “a waste of time”, that “destroy your memory and your self respect and everything that goes along with your self-esteem”. Potash’s startling research claims Cobain was an anarchist who wanted to include left-wing ideas in his work – and those running America didn’t like it. Watch the videos below with author John Potash to understand how and why the CIA kills rock stars.