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Soaked In Bleach: Kurt Cobain Murder, Courtney Love Involvement & Seattle PD Incompetence (2015)

In Archive, Conspiracy, Kurt Cobain on June 21, 2015 at 12:32 AM

*Usually LeakSource avoids covering celebrity news, but after hearing about attempts to stop theaters from showing this film (see below), being a fan of Nirvana, and a hater of all that is Courtney Love, we have decided to upload it here for all to see so you can make up your own minds about what really happened.


June 2015

Soaked In Bleach reveals the events behind Kurt Cobain‘s death as seen through the eyes of Tom Grant, the private investigator that was hired by Courtney Love in 1994 to track down her missing husband only days before his deceased body was found at their Seattle home. Cobain’s death was ruled a suicide by the police (a reported self-inflicted gunshot wound), but doubts have circulated for twenty years as to the legitimacy of this ruling, especially due to the work of Mr. Grant, a former L.A. County Sheriff’s detective, who did his own investigation and determined there was significant empirical and circumstantial evidence to conclude that foul play could very well have occurred. The film develops as a narrative mystery with cinematic re-creations, interviews with key experts and witnesses and the examination of official artifacts from the 1994 case.

Cease-and-desist order from Courtney Love’s legal team against theaters screening Soaked In Bleach under the pretense that the film is defamatory:


Soaked In Bleach producers’ statement re: cease-and-desist notice (via Deadline):

“We were disturbed to learn that Courtney Love’s lawyers sent threatening letters to movie theaters all over the country. Most arrived before Soaked in Bleach was released last week, presumably before she or her lawyers ever saw it. She obviously hoped to scare theater owners into dropping the film. Thankfully, very few were intimidated. Most saw the letter for what it is – a cowardly attack on the rights of free speech, free expression and free choice.

Courtney Love’s uninformed accusations and efforts to discredit the film are totally off base. The film examines the well documented facts surrounding the death of Kurt Cobain and it questions much of what the public has been told about those events. Most of the opinions and theories presented in the film come directly from facts gathered by Tom Grant, the private investigator Courtney Love hired the week before Kurt’s body was discovered. Tom quickly became suspicious and tape recorded all his conversations with Courtney and others in the days leading up to and after Kurt’s death. The film uses those recordings to reenact Tom’s encounters with Courtney Love and others in Kurt’s inner circle. It also presents the views of Norm Stamper, Seattle’s Police Chief at the time, and Dr. Cyril Wecht, a leading forensic pathologist, who both question whether Kurt could have committed suicide.

Courtney Love and her lawyers clearly don’t like that the film presents a compelling case for re-opening the investigation into Kurt’s death. They should respect the First Amendment and let people decide for themselves.”

21stCenturyWire’s Shawn Helton Coverage:

DAMAGE CONTROL: Does Cobain Doc ‘Montage of Heck’ Whitewash the Singer’s Death?

SOAKED IN BLEACH: New Film Revisits Details in the Death of Kurt Cobain that Point to Murder

CRACKED DOLL: Courtney Love Fails to Stop Doc ‘Soaked In Bleach’ with Cease and Desist Letter

Related Documentary: Kurt & Courtney (1998)

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