Ed Clark has started an online petition to get an investigation launched on the disappearance of his sister, Marialice Clark. She was only fourteen years old when she vanished in August of 1972.

Brother of missing ATF witness seeks federal probe of Omaha Two case

An Arkansas man, Ed Clark, launched an online petition Feb. 1 to encourage President Barack Obama to investigate the facts surrounding the disappearance of his sister, Marialice Clark, from Omaha in August 1972. Marialice was a named informant in a federal search warrant affidavit filed by Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Division agent Thomas Sledge.
“In July of 1970, when I was 15-years old, my 12-year old sister Marialice Clark was named as the informant on an affidavit for a search warrant to raid the Omaha headquarters of a group called the National Committee to Combat Fascism, an off-shoot of the Black Panther Party. The chapter headquarters was near our house. We could see their back porch from our front porch.
Clark said, “Two years later, in August of 1972, Marialice disappeared. She was never seen again. My mother petitioned the court to declare her dead in 1980, never knowing Marialice had been named as Tom Sledge's informant....Marialice wasn't a militant. She was a school girl. How would you feel if this happened to your sister?”
Omahans join call for probe of ATF over missing teen in Omaha Two case

The call for an investigation of the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Division over missing teen Marialice Clark has gained supporters in Omaha, where the fourteen year-old disappeared in August 1972. Before her disappearance, Marialice had been named as an informant by ATF agent Thomas Sledge, a former Omaha policeman. Marialice's brother, Ed Clark of Arkansas, has asked for public help with an online petition to get an investigation into ATF actions against his sister and to find out what the federal agency knows about her disappearance.
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