The other message, typed and printed on floral letterhead and sent in 2007, read, “Dear American government officials, I write to you for this reason, every family member, friend, fan and colleague … I only want to get justice. For … and other people who loved this man as much as I did. This man was Kurt Cobain, who belonged to a band called Nirvana and it was basically [sic] Thought and still leaving [sic] As true he was committed [sic] Suicide. “
The author of the letter claimed “his killer is still out and now, due to the police department’s haste, he has a chance to claim his victory.” [sic]”
FBI responded to the letter about Cobain
In its file, the bureau included two similar responses to two 2006 letters about Kurt’s death sent by fans.
“Your letter … The FBI has sent me for an answer, expressing confidence that Kurt Cobain was murdered,” it reads. “We appreciate your concern that Mr. Cobain may have been a victim of suicide. However, most homicide investigations typically fall under the jurisdiction of state and local authorities.”
The Bureau’s general response letter continues, “To initiate an investigation into any complaint we receive by the FBI, specific facts must be present to indicate that our investigative jurisdiction has violated federal law. By you Based on the information provided. We are unable to identify any violation of federal law in the FBI’s investigative jurisdiction. We are unable to take any investigative action in the matter. “