COBAIN’S DAUGH­TER WINS COURT BAT­TLE

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KURT Cobain’s daugh­ter Frances has pre­vailed in a le­gal bat­tle to keep pho­to­graphs taken at the scene of her fa­ther’s death sealed from the pub­lic, fol­low­ing

an ap­pli­ca­tion from a con­spir­acy the­o­rist to have them re­leased. The Nir­vana front­man’s death in April 1994 was ruled

of­fi­cially as sui­cide, but con­spir­acy the­o­rists have al­ways abounded that foul play was in­volved. In 2014, one such the­o­rist, Richard Lee, sued the city of Seat­tle

over the sealed sta­tus of images taken at the scene, be­liev­ing that Cobain was killed by gov­ern­ment

of­fi­cials. How­ever, the Seat­tle court of ap­peals ruled in favour of Frances Bean Cobain and her mother, Court­ney Love,against Lee from re­leas­ing the pho­tos

—con­tact­mu­sic.com

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