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Comedian Luenell Shares Story Of Her Sister’s Murder

The case remains unsolved.

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Luenell Sister Murdered

Her name may not be familiar to some, but in the Black community, Luenell is a staple. The comedian has been active in the entertainment industry for decades, known for her often raunchy-worded stand-up routines or bit roles in film and television.

Luenell has brought in laughs with her roles in Dolemite Is My Name, Think Like a Man, and The Boondocks, but during a recent interview with VladTV, she discussed a somber event that changed her life. When she was just a teenager, Luenell said that her sister was murdered.

She didn’t give her sister’s name while retelling the story, but she did say that her sister was five years older than her, making them 16 and 21-years-old when she died (I broke out the calculator and that would be somewhere around 1975).

“Over on Normandie [Ave.] where she used to live somebody she knew—’cause her place did not get broke into—she let them in and then they stabbed her to death in front of her child. My nephew who is special needs, as well.” She went on to say that her nephew was just a baby at the time.

She recalled going to her sister’s home after the murder and looking at all the blood on the walls. “It was horrific,” Luenell remembered. “We never found who it was. I’ve seen a psychic, I tried the police, I’ve tried to do Cold Case Files. Everything like that. Never found out who it was, so the thing that’s always haunted me is, what if somebody is sitting right here at my f*cking show that killed my sister? And I would never know.”

Luenell also issued a reminder that there was no DNA, mobile phones for tracking, or cameras on the street. Hopefully one day, Luenell and her family can receive justice for her sister.


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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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