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Teen Jane Doe No. 51 Was Shot In The Head In Los Angeles In 1975

She was dumped from a moving vehicle.

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Teen Jane Doe No 51

All of the stories reported here are tragic, but what happened to this Teen Jane Doe is heartbreaking. On September 13, 1975, a motorist saw something strange while driving by Artesia Boulevard and Wilmington Avenue in Compton, California. A young woman was thrown from a moving vehicle before the car sped off. Concerned, the motorist found a security guard at a business nearby to alert them of what they’d just witnessed. Police were called to the scene.

Investigators would later find out that the girl, who was between 14 and 17-years-old, had been shot twice in the head. Although the injuries had rendered her unconscious, the trauma from being dumped from the vehicle is what is said to have killed her. She was also naked, but there were reportedly no signs of sexual assault. There were toxicology tests completed and no alcohol or drugs were found in her system.

Decades later and no one has come forward to identify the teenager.

Teen Jane Doe No 51

There are a number of artist renderings and I’ve included two in this report. According to The Doe Network, Teen Jane Doe No. 51 is described as being 4 feet 11 inches to 5 feet 2 inches tall and 90 to 110 pounds. She had short, black, curly hair and brown eyes. She had a 1 to 1.5-inch scar on the instep of the left foot. Although she wasn’t wearing any clothing, Jane Doe No. 51 was found with a gold ring with a large black stone and inside of the black stone was a gold-colored flower. She also had a silver or white metal ring with a white stone center and six more green stones along the outside. There was also a gold bracelet, a white metal or silver bracelet, and a white metal or silver keychain necklace.

Teen Jane Doe No 51 Teen Jane Doe No 51

Anyone with information regarding this mystery is urged to contact L.A. Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or by texting “TIPLA” plus the tip to 274637 (CRIMES).

Please share this story to reignite the investigation into the murder of Teen Jane Doe No. 51. She is our sister and her life matters.


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Marialice Clark, 14, Vanished In 1972 Under Strange Circumstances

Her brother believes she may have fallen victim to the government’s takedown of the Black Panther Party.

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Marialice Clark Missing

Five years ago, Ed Clark launched a Change.org petition in the hopes of attracting the attention of former President Barack Obama. Back in 1970, when Ed was 15-years-old, his 12-year-old sister Marialice Clark was named in a government affidavit as an informant against the National Committee to Combat Fascism (NCCF), a group he describes as “an off-shoot of the Black Panther Party.” Two years later, at just 14-years-old, Marialice would go missing, never to be heard from again. Ed penned a lengthy tale about his family and he hoped that President Obama would approve of a relaunching of an investigation into Marialice’s case. It doesn’t seem that Ed Clark’s dreams have been fulfilled just yet. (more…)

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