Seattle police developed four rolls of film evidence Thursday showing the scene when Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain’s body was discovered.
A separate photo never seen before was also revealed, showing a cigar box filled with heroin and drug paraphernalia near the singer’s body. However, a spokesperson for the Seattle Police Department has made it clear that the case will not reopen and that there are no new changes or developments.
As the 20th anniversary of Cobain’s death inched closer, Detective Mike Ciesenski reopened the documents on the singer’s case to be prepared in the event of media interest.
"We knew with the 20th anniversary coming up and we knew there was going to be a lot of media interest," Ciesenski said.
Ciesenski also reviewed conspiracy theories online and noted that he understood why some people have questions about Cobain’s death. However, he was firm on the case’s conclusion.
“It’s a suicide,” Ciesenski said. “This is a closed clase.”