April 5, 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of Kurt Cobain's death. Amid the hype and commemoration, more and more theories about how he died as well as your so-called "experts" claiming that they're all rubbish will surely emerge. But before delving into the nitty-gritty of the mysterious aspects, let's look at what has changed since 1994, and to put a long story short, it's really nothing. Plenty of people still believe that Cobain didn't commit suicide, that someone murdered him, or that he might even still be alive. What all of this means is that the Illuminati failed to erase the legacy of the grunge-punk rocker.
Since releasing our first article on Cobain, we have explored other methods the secret organization likely used when it disposed of him. We became aware that Cobain knew about the Illuminati's intentions through our source, Fred Kelso, but what we didn't know was how they were getting to Cobain. Our investigations can now shed some light on that.
One aspect of Cobain's life that was well known was his addiction to heroin. What was not well known was why he began taking the drug. According to sources, Cobain used heroin as a reliever for chronic stomach pain. He claimed that it was the only thing that made him feel better. The Illuminati tried to say that his pain was from a pinched nerve due to scoliosis. We believe that explanation is too far-fetched to be plausible. What's more likely is that the secret order was having someone taint Cobain's food. The toxin used could have ranged from the active ingredients in cleaning solutions, biological agents, or even lead. The latter might very well have been the poison of choice. Lead has a sweet taste, and Cobain's strange and eccentric behaviors are not uncharacteristic of someone who has severe lead poisoning. Regardless of how the Illuminati did it, the notion that someone was deliberately making him ill is far more plausible than the scoliosis explanation.
Another indicator we came across is the report of Detective Tom Grant who was hired by Courtney Love to investigate the death. Grant's findings reveal that Cobain's suicide note had been manipulated to look like a farewell to life. In actuality, Grant believed that the so-called "suicide note" was really Cobain's declaration to leave Courtney and the music industry all together. Now, what makes this suspicious is the question of why would he abandon music. We know from the Kelso interview that Cobain was aware of the secret order, and we also know that he could not be controlled like other artists. Perhaps, Cobain was planning on revealing the Illuminati after leaving Courtney and Nirvana, and that a poorly-staged suicide was the only means of keeping him quiet.
One more thing to keep in mind is how much time elapsed between Cobain's death and the discovery of his body. According to the medical examiner, Cobain shot himself on April 5, but he was not found until April 8. That means three days passed before anyone missed him. Given Cobain's celebrity status, that's an eternity. How could such a famous figure vanish for three days without causing great concern? What really happened was that the Illuminati made sure that no one was allowed to contact him while they orchestrated the circumstances behind his death. They figured that three days would be enough to fabricate their lie. They were partially correct.
Most people believe that Cobain had indeed injected himself with a mega-dose of heroin, loaded up a 12-gauge, and blew his brains to kingdom come. However, the Illuminati cannot survive with "most" people believing their lies. They need almost everyone buying into their propaganda, and that's just not the case with Kurt Cobain, even 20 years later.
For more on Cobain's suicide note, check out the following link.