Years after the murders of Mark Clark and Fred Hampton, we finally realize just how deep the rabbit hole went: Wire tapping; FBI informants; smear campaigns; and sadly, even assassinations. Yet, there are still many unanswered questions surrounding the deaths of Black Panther leaders Mark Clark and Fred Hampton. As the only living relative who was a member of the Black Panther Party under Mark's leadership, the author was privy to Party information. Now, she is sharing with the public her firsthand knowledge about her brother Mark; and reveals hidden information that may have been overlooked or covered up regarding their deaths. The author will take you on a journey into the life and death of Defense Captain Mark Clark of the original Black Panther Party. You will get a sneak peek into Mark's personal life growing up; revealing his personality, and above all, his dedication and unwavering commitment to the Party. The author accurately recounts why Mark was in Chicago on December 4, 1969, which consequently, led to his death. In this book, the author asks the hard questions that no one else wants to ask: Who were the other FBI informants?