Sorry mods because of the way they spaced the article text I could not tell what was a paragraph but obviously 1-2 sentences is not really a paragraph
so I estimated 2-3 paragraphs with the interesting info and brought it here and I hope you don't mind.
From the article:
"Last month, police developed four rolls of film that had been sitting for years in a Seattle police evidence vault. The 35 mm film was processed by
the King County Sheriff’s Office photo lab under high security.
Though the pictures have a slight green tint because of deterioration, police say they more clearly show the scene than the earlier Polaroid photos
taken by investigators.
Tonight only on KIRO 7 Eyewitness News Eleven at 11, we speak with the detective who re-investigated the case and ask him about the new details in the
The final investigation report has not been completed, and the images of Cobain dead at the scene will not be released, police say.
KIRO 7 has obtained an image from the scene that has not previously been made public. Tonight at 11, we will show that image on KIRO 7 Eyewitness News
Eleven at 11 and explain why police wanted to examine it as part of the investigation.
The morning of April 8, 1994, Veca Electric employee Gary Smith went to Cobain’s home at 171 Lake Washington Boulevard East to do electrical
“I noticed something on the floor and I thought it was a manikin,” Smith told KIRO 7 at the time. “So I looked a little closer and geez,
that’s a person. I looked a little closer and I could see blood and an ear and a weapon laying on his chest.”
The medical examiner determined Cobain had killed himself three days earlier – only days after he had left a rehab facility.
Before he was shot, police said Cobain had a lethal dose of heroin. The syringes Cobain used and the heroin kit was kept in the Seattle police
evidence unit and was part of the re-investigation along with the previously undeveloped film.
On KIRO 7 Eyewitness News Eleven at 11, we ask the lead detective about the evidence and why it was kept for years, even though the initial
investigation determined it was a suicide.
Smith, the electrician, found a suspected suicide note atop planting soil in the greenhouse.
“I only read the bottom lines,” Smith told KIRO 7 in 1994. The “bottom two lines said, ‘I love you, I love you’ to someone.”
On March 18, 1994 – less than a month before Cobain was found dead – Seattle police were called to the Lake Washington home after Kurt “locked
himself in a room,” and said he was going to kill himself, according to a police report. Police were also told he “had a gun in the room.”
But Cobain told police he was not suicidal and didn’t want to kill himself. However, police said after the 1994 investigation that his death was
clearly a suicide."
edit on 3/20/2014 by 3n19m470 because: OK i guess it was more like 4 paragraphs. Oops. It didn'tseem like that much wwhen I
was copying it but i guess all the small parts accumulated like a snowball rolling down a hill. Hopefully we can be reasonable about this since the
paranoia level on this thread got kicked up a few notches and some may not wish to visit the news link.