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    Posted March 21, 2014 by
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    Cobain Corpse Photos?

     
    20 years on, and police, reinvestigating Kurt Cobain's death, release 2 new photos from rolls of previously undeveloped film!

    Rolls of film and just 2 photos released!

    Theorists will of course be sure the photos will offer an inkling of evidence to prove that Cobain WAS in fact murdered!

    So what possible evidence is in the new photos? Interestingly enough, for a guy that it's said used to roll his own cigarettes because he was allegedly allergic to cigarette filters the cigarette in the photo is strangely enough from a packet!

    Proof that someone else was with him when he “committed suicide?”

    Or is the bigger proof in the fact that out of a rolls of film only 2 new photos have been placed in the public domain, ultimately proving someone is hiding something! Of course the photos would also show a photo of the Rock Star's corpse! A grisly sight for sure, but what better proof to silence the conspiracy theorists! Most recently Michael Jackson's dead body was shown as evidence in his death case! Why not Cobain's? Surely now is the time?

    Perhaps the strangest thing about the new photo is that it finally shows us Cobain's Drivers Drivers Permit which was ultimately used to identify him! Strange thing is, its too blurry to show the face clearly. And from what can be seen in the photo, it just doesn't look like the God of Grunge!!!!

    Evidence of a coverup?

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