Seattle Police are still sharing details about Kurt Cobain's death more than 20 years after the Nirvana frontman committed suicide.  The latest piece of information obtained by CBS News is a cropped image of what authorities say is a note found in Cobain's wallet at the time of his death.  The handwritten message takes aim at the rocker's wife Courtney Love, mocking the couple's wedding vows and accusing her of siphoning his money for "doping and whoring."  The rest of the undated note isn't visible in the police photo. 

The Seattle Police Department made the decision to review the Cobain case last month in anticipation of the media attention surrounding the 20th anniversary of his death.  But the case was never reopened, and detectives said the new information they found provided no evidence that would change the ruling of death by self-inflicted gunshot.