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A Little Girl Name Phylicia: My Persperctive And Why I’ve Championed For Justice In The Child’s Killing For So Long

The sounds of a desperate mom rang out over the airwaves as Janice Sallis-Mustafa cried pleading to the public for information that would bring young Phylicia Simone Barnes home safely to her family. I recall hearing that interview as media played a clip highlighting the disappearance of a beautiful Honors Teen who had gone missing while visiting family in Baltimore City. The night the broadcast aired I recall feeling that the story was not a typical missing persons case. I started having flashbacks about another little girl named Chanel Petro-Nixon whose body had been discovered by a sanitation crew, on a busy street corner in Brooklyn, New York, and left to rot like common trash. Like Phylicia, Chanel was a straight A Student who had gone to fill out a job application, and to hang out with friends. Chanel’s killer has never been found. Janice’ voice was filled with passion and I heard her loud and clear, cutting through me like a knife piercing through my soul down to the very fiber of my being. Her cries were a parent’s worst nightmare. I will admit I became alarmed instantly and began to fear the worst without the benefit of even Knowing the complete story. In the initial period of learning about this child’s disappearance I became extremely critical of Janice herself, after learning that young Phylicia, a 16 year from the rural south, had been allowed to travel to a gritty town like Baltimore alone, but relatively soon my ignorance was revealed when I learned the child had made several previous trips there without incident. I followed the case very closely like most concerned parents in the public, hoping and praying for the little girl’s return unharmed. Sadly, she never did make it back to her sister’s Northwest Baltimore apartment, and local Police began soliciting help from National Media. The cops made it a point to convey that Phylicia wasn’t an ordinary teenager, she had never been in any kind of trouble, and the child had no reason to run away or wonder off without contacting a member of her family. Soon after, I began reading comments posted on social media sites where people had posted concerns and suspicions about her disappearance, and cited possible involvement by the child’s sisters. I learned that her siblings had given an interview on “Peas In Their Pods”. I went to the site and listened to the Blogtalk Radio Broadcast and became disturbed instantly regarding what I heard. Without going into explicit detail related to particulars that aroused my suspicions, I’ll simply say that the subtle laughing and whispering that occurred during the interview was completely unsettling for me. I mean, the show was being aired to aid in learning the whereabouts of a child. A child that just happened to be their little sister. I walked away from that show, like other listeners I”m sure, feeling that the account offered by the child’s sisters related to the events that led up to her disappearance simply did not add up. The women’s apparent apathy coupled with the gut wrenching and very heartfelt pleas Janice had made on television, angered me. I became empathetic to some of the post I read in which the public expressed doubt in the accuracy and honesty of the sisters account about what occurred on December 28, 2010. The women were void of seriousness at times, lacked authentic grief, and their public posture was completely unacceptable in the wake of their baby sister having gone missing under their watch. I am completely unaware of what these women have told the authorities about this case, but at least during the “Peas” Interview, it appeared that they were being deceptive. Their actions or lack there of on this day were not logical, and The time line of events they offered were confusing. I don’t know what fears they may have had at the time. I don’t know if they had something to hide, but I am convinced that they both lied about what may have happened to Phylicia Simone Barnes. I began Blogging about Phylicia’s story and it appeared, baring a few updates from the media, that know one was talking about the child’s case publicly. I remember a few more “Peas In Their Pods” broadcast airing interviews with her family, but it just simply seemed the case was falling from public spotlight, while investigators quietly continued to do their work. In everything that I read and watched on the news, I continued having serious concerns of what Phylicia’s Baltimore family were saying. I began to delve further into the case analyzing aspects of the crime from the very beginning. Along the way I perused social media sites belonging to many of the males who were around during the time Phylicia went missing. To my surprise, there were a plethora of images, comments, and other interesting material that offered a perspective challenging the character, integrity, and culture among the adults supervising this young child. Eventually, my research led to me reaching out to Janice directly. What the little girl’s mom told me fueled the public’ suspicions and confirmed that there were lies told from the very start. Chiefly, Janice had been assured by Deena Barnes that upon Phylicia’s arrival there would only be her and Phylicia staying at the apartment. Janice admitted to me that she was misled after discovering that there were also three males actually staying at Deena’s while young Phylicia came to visit. Janice also confirmed rumors that individuals close to the case were in fact related to Baltimore City Police Officers. This added an extremely disturbing element to the entire ordeal that may have shed insight to the slow development of the case. The mother’s comments sparked debate on my blog and in social media as a whole, which resulted in a debut appearance by Barnes Family members who responded to some of the shocking revelations that Janice offered about the case. It was discovered later on that much of what the grieving mom said was more then likely correct and the public’ interest in the case grew. Many have come to the site as well as other forums to express their support for the Barnes Family, the Johnson males, and disputed the growing suspicion that many held of those close to Phylicia in Baltimore. There are people who have attacked me via email and comments in social media regarding the many articles that I have posted about the case. These perspectives range from, my lack of objectivity in the case, calling my motives for writing about Phylicia’s story entertainment seeking, and circus like. Through it all I’ve stayed the course on what I set out to do, keeping the little girl’s name in the public, and continuing dialogue to help find out what happened to this innocent child who died for no reason what so ever.

With that being said, I am now compelled to express my honest opinions about this senseless murder mystery. The Barnes older sisters are in fact liars, their dad has aided in their complicity to conspire a cover up of the killing of this beautiful child. Russell Barnes’ half brother Robert Jackson, a ranking Baltimore City Police Officer ran interference in the case alerting family members of details related to the investigation of this Capitol Crime. Deena Barnes’ apartment was ground zero for the murder, crime scene, and conspiracy. The lack of forensic evidence and other data at that apartment, which are typically associated with serious crimes, and the confusing accounts or lack of knowledge by those close to the child about what happened to her, clearly demonstrates a meticulous effort was made by the girl’s family and Johnson males to conceal the events that resulted in the killing of young Phylicia Barnes. I am also convinced that Federal, State, and Local authorities investigating this crime are not in the dark regarding the perspective that I describe. Though I have publicly disclosed elements that I have learned about this case, much of my discovery as not been mentioned out of fear of jeopardizing progress in the case to bring justice for Phylicia and her family that we all desire. People have inquired why the case matters so much to me, and to those inquiries I will say this. Far to long have cities like Baltimore been plagued with crime by evil, heartless, uneducated, and uncivilized individuals who are nothing more then pure trash. The kind of cowardice punks who lurk in the shadows scheming and plotting to prey on the most vulnerable within out communities. They breed within a culture of lawlessness incapable of consideration or compassion for humanity. These people derive from subcultures where alcoholism, drug usage, and violence are cultivated by their families who never loved or cared enough about them to invest in their development as productive citizens within our society. Though we realize that many crimes originate from poverty and other social disparities, the heinousness of Phylicia’s killing is nothing short of dregs from the streets, posing as wannabe thugs who picked on a defenseless female child, and their lives must be taken to rid civilization of their very memory for ever. Deena Barnes’ conduct was paramount as she condoned the exploitation of an extremely beautiful little girl, promoting Phylicia’s nudity in the presence of males whose sexual desires reached murderous lust for her natural beauty, and resulted in her killing. Brutal sex crimes and murder happen in our society all the time, but crimes that occur as the result of actions by the victim’s own family, who later seek to conceal it, reaches a new and unique level of sickness and pervertedness rarely demonstrated in modern times. I desire her spiritual and mortal demise greater than those who actually perpetrated this crime. The ability to take human life is phenomenal and we must take measures to insure that violence is eliminated from our lives. We must also consider the nature of young people in this generation, wonder how often do we see children who simply do what they are told, go to school and get good grades, and have not fallen into the lures of the streets. Phylicia Simone Barnes was not the only good kid in America, but she most certainly was of that minority. So, what happened to this child matters to me. It matters because her short life was cut down senselessly without provocation. We must protect our children, especially our female child, and those who are lurking in the shadows of evilness must be removed from the streets. To those who have displayed their displeasure with my work on the little girls case, I might suggest that you frequent blogs that promote your position, because I will not relent seeking and championing justice for this child.

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The sounds of a desperate mom rang out over the airwaves as Janice Sallis-Mustafa cried pleading to the public for information that would bring young Phylicia Simone Barnes home safely to her family. I recall hearing that interview as media played a clip highlighting the disappearance of a beautiful Honors Teen who had gone missing while visiting family in Baltimore City. The night the broadcast aired I recall feeling that the story was not a typical missing persons case. I started having flashbacks about another little girl named Chanel Petro-Nixon whose body had been discovered by a sanitation crew, on a busy street corner in Brooklyn, New York, and left to rot like common trash. Like Phylicia, Chanel was a straight A Student who had gone to fill out a job application, and to hang out with friends. Chanel’s killer has never been found. Janice’ voice was filled with passion and I heard her loud and clear, cutting through me like a knife piercing through my soul down to the very fiber of my being. Her cries were a parent’s worst nightmare. I will admit I became alarmed instantly and began to fear the worst without the benefit of even Knowing the complete story. In the initial period of learning about this child’s disappearance I became extremely critical of Janice herself, after learning that young Phylicia, a 16 year from the rural south, had been allowed to travel to a gritty town like Baltimore alone, but relatively soon my ignorance was revealed when I learned the child had made several previous trips there without incident. I followed the case very closely like most concerned parents in the public, hoping and praying for the little girl’s return unharmed. Sadly, she never did make it back to her sister’s Northwest Baltimore apartment, and local Police began soliciting help from National Media. The cops made it a point to convey that Phylicia wasn’t an ordinary teenager, she had never been in any kind of trouble, and the child had no reason to run away or wonder off without contacting a member of her family. Soon after, I began reading comments posted on social media sites where people had posted concerns and suspicions about her disappearance, and cited possible involvement by the child’s sisters. I learned that her siblings had given an interview on “Peas In Their Pods”. I went to the site and listened to the Blogtalk Radio Broadcast and became disturbed instantly regarding what I heard. Without going into explicit detail related to particulars that aroused my suspicions, I’ll simply say that the subtle laughing and whispering that occurred during the interview was completely unsettling for me. I mean, the show was being aired to aid in learning the whereabouts of a child. A child that just happened to be their little sister. I walked away from that show, like other listeners I”m sure, feeling that the account offered by the child’s sisters related to the events that led up to her disappearance simply did not add up. The women’s apparent apathy coupled with the gut wrenching and very heartfelt pleas Janice had made on television, angered me. I became empathetic to some of the post I read in which the public expressed doubt in the accuracy and honesty of the sisters account about what occurred on December 28, 2010. The women were void of seriousness at times, lacked authentic grief, and their public posture was completely unacceptable in the wake of their baby sister having gone missing under their watch. I am completely unaware of what these women have told the authorities about this case, but at least during the “Peas” Interview, it appeared that they were being deceptive. Their actions or lack there of on this day were not logical, and The time line of events they offered were confusing. I don’t know what fears they may have had at the time. I don’t know if they had something to hide, but I am convinced that they both lied about what may have happened to Phylicia Simone Barnes. I began Blogging about Phylicia’s story and it appeared, baring a few updates from the media, that know one was talking about the child’s case publicly. I remember a few more “Peas In Their Pods” broadcast airing interviews with her family, but it just simply seemed the case was falling from public spotlight, while investigators quietly continued to do their work. In everything that I read and watched on the news, I continued having serious concerns of what Phylicia’s Baltimore family were saying. I began to delve further into the case analyzing aspects of the crime from the very beginning. Along the way I perused social media sites belonging to many of the males who were around during the time Phylicia went missing. To my surprise, there were a plethora of images, comments, and other interesting material that offered a perspective challenging the character, integrity, and culture among the adults supervising this young child. Eventually, my research led to me reaching out to Janice directly. What the little girl’s mom told me fueled the public’ suspicions and confirmed that there were lies told from the very start. Chiefly, Janice had been assured by Deena Barnes that upon Phylicia’s arrival there would only be her and Phylicia staying at the apartment. Janice admitted to me that she was misled after discovering that there were also three males actually staying at Deena’s while young Phylicia came to visit. Janice also confirmed rumors that individuals close to the case were in fact related to Baltimore City Police Officers. This added an extremely disturbing element to the entire ordeal that may have shed insight to the slow development of the case. The mother’s comments sparked debate on my blog and in social media as a whole, which resulted in a debut appearance by Barnes Family members who responded to some of the shocking revelations that Janice offered about the case. It was discovered later on that much of what the grieving mom said was more then likely correct and the public’ interest in the case grew. Many have come to the site as well as other forums to express their support for the Barnes Family, the Johnson males, and disputed the growing suspicion that many held of those close to Phylicia in Baltimore. There are people who have attacked me via email and comments in social media regarding the many articles that I have posted about the case. These perspectives range from, my lack of objectivity in the case, calling my motives for writing about Phylicia’s story entertainment seeking, and circus like. Through it all I’ve stayed the course on what I set out to do, keeping the little girl’s name in the public, and continuing dialogue to help find out what happened to this innocent child who died for no reason what so ever.

With that being said, I am now compelled to express my honest opinions about this senseless murder mystery. The Barnes older sisters are in fact liars, their dad has aided in their complicity to conspire a cover up of the killing of this beautiful child. Russell Barnes’ half brother Robert Jackson, a ranking Baltimore City Police Officer ran interference in the case alerting family members of details related to the investigation of this Capitol Crime. Deena Barnes’ apartment was ground zero for the murder, crime scene, and conspiracy. The lack of forensic evidence and other data at that apartment, which are typically associated with serious crimes, and the confusing accounts or lack of knowledge by those close to the child about what happened to her, clearly demonstrates a meticulous effort was made by the girl’s family and Johnson males to conceal the events that resulted in the killing of young Phylicia Barnes. I am also convinced that Federal, State, and Local authorities investigating this crime are not in the dark regarding the perspective that I describe. Though I have publicly disclosed elements that I have learned about this case, much of my discovery as not been mentioned out of fear of jeopardizing progress in the case to bring justice for Phylicia and her family that we all desire. People have inquired why the case matters so much to me, and to those inquiries I will say this. Far to long have cities like Baltimore been plagued with crime by evil, heartless, uneducated, and uncivilized individuals who are nothing more then pure trash. The kind of cowardice punks who lurk in the shadows scheming and plotting to prey on the most vulnerable within out communities. They breed within a culture of lawlessness incapable of consideration or compassion for humanity. These people derive from subcultures where alcoholism, drug usage, and violence are cultivated by their families who never loved or cared enough about them to invest in their development as productive citizens within our society. Though we realize that many crimes originate from poverty and other social disparities, the heinousness of Phylicia’s killing is nothing short of dregs from the streets, posing as wannabe thugs who picked on a defenseless female child, and their lives must be taken to rid civilization of their very memory for ever. Deena Barnes’ conduct was paramount as she condoned the exploitation of an extremely beautiful little girl, promoting Phylicia’s nudity in the presence of males whose sexual desires reached murderous lust for her natural beauty, and resulted in her killing. Brutal sex crimes and murder happen in our society all the time, but crimes that occur as the result of actions by the victim’s own family, who later seek to conceal it, reaches a new and unique level of sickness and pervertedness rarely demonstrated in modern times. I desire her spiritual and mortal demise greater than those who actually perpetrated this crime. The ability to take human life is phenomenal and we must take measures to insure that violence is eliminated from our lives. We must also consider the nature of young people in this generation, wonder how often do we see children who simply do what they are told, go to school and get good grades, and have not fallen into the lures of the streets. Phylicia Simone Barnes was not the only good kid in America, but she most certainly was of that minority. So, what happened to this child matters to me. It matters because her short life was cut down senselessly without provocation. We must protect our children, especially our female child, and those who are lurking in the shadows of evilness must be removed from the streets. To those who have displayed their displeasure with my work on the little girls case, I might suggest that you frequent blogs that promote your position, because I will not relent seeking and championing justice for this child.

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I’m David Adams

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36 Responses to “A Little Girl Name Phylicia: My Persperctive And Why I’ve Championed For Justice In The Child’s Killing For So Long”

  1. waitingonjustice says:

    Very well written. We stand along side you Mr. Adams. J4PSB will not be denied! The clock is running out and the cover has been removed. What an awesome God he is!!

    • Nicole says:

      I agree! I honestly feel that The People’s Champion has been a major contributing factor in keeping the Phylicia Simone Barnes’s case alive. I think that Mr. Adams has been very diligent in revealing the good, bad, and the ugly about this case. I honestly believe that with us as concerned citizens voicing our concerns people are looking and listening. The detectives, police, FBI, and everybody are aware. I think that we have given them extra options, avenues, advice, tips, that have been helpful in cracking this case and for them to re-interview, re-investigate, look into, etc. Especially with the various facebook, myspace, twitter pages. I think it has also helped everybody to vent and let out their grief with people who share the same hurt as them. I also feel like it has been an outlet for Phylicia’s mother as well.

      I also think that the covers have been pulled back where Deena, Kelly, Russell have been fooling people and fleecing people like the Guardian Angels and their own family and friends.

      There were few details we knew about this case at first, but look how many people have been blogging and contributing, even friends of Kelly and Deena were upset and let the public know that Kelly did not show up for work as she previously stated and about the things that were going on at Deena’s apartment.

      Thanks to this blog everybody can really see what was going on . . . Deena, Michael, drinking, drugging, parting, along with the Johnson clan Krazy, Glen,Glenton, Dorian, Delaney, Mike, all of them streaking and all of that. It has just helped to give a full inside look at what was bottled up so long. What was done in the dark has come to the light. God has allowed things to be revealed and most of the stuff they implicated their ownselves on like posting nude pictures of various women and grabbing women arms and having 2 men sitting between them coaxing them to drink and passed out on the floor at Deena’s apartment, and having innocent babies strapped in car seats in the vodka, weed filled atmosphere. The public needed to know that. This blog has been a big help.

      I noticed yesterday when I first came to this site, 32,000 some visitors, now today, 1 day later 33,834. And when I came to this site about an hour ago, it was 33,700 some people.

      So people are listening and paying attention. Everybody at this point knows exactly what has been going on in Deena’s apartment and what type of lifestyle she really lived in per the various facebook, twitter, myspace pages. So it’s no need in taking up for people. Right=Right, Wrong=Wrong. EVERYBODY knows, it’s no secret. The covers have been pulled back.

      The best thing you all can do now Deena, Kelly, Mike, Russell, and the rest of the Johnson clan is just go to the police department take a polygraph and tell the truth! Just come clean. This has been going on for far 2 long. Do the right thing for Phylicia and her family and friends. Let 2012 start out rightfully, please don’t let these people grieve any longer. The FBI and Police already know exactly what you did and what parts you played and they are coming for you. Make it easy on yourself and family I know you are one of the 33,000 reading this.

      Justice for Phylicia Barnes.

      • dbrianadams says:

        New Authors must fill out their Profiles on the Blog with an Image of themselves or something Appropriate. Thanks!

  2. Me says:

    BRAVO!!!

    When they are finally prosecuted and convicted, I want each of them to endure the same hell they put Phylicia through, once a week, equivalent to the number of months she’s been dead, at the time of their arrest, before they fry their asses.

    I believe the punishment should truly fit the crime and that criminals should be mandated to endure the same type of crime that they have inflicted upon others.

    It’s relatively easy for some people to violate others, but if they knew they had to endure the same violations, themselves, upon capture and conviction, I believe they would think twice.

  3. Fancy says:

    That was very well put, that’s why it’s called Freedom of Speech. I applaud you on a keeping her story in the spotlight, Phylicia’s killing was senseless and those responsible will pay dearly.

  4. Buffy The Deadbeat Daddy Slayer says:

    *STANDING OVATION* And why would anyone get upset by you keeping Phylicia’s story relevant? The ones emailing you must be among the guilty ones responsible! The mass media has only been giving Phylicia coverage since its been one year but now its back “quiet” again but I do applaud them making Phylicia the #1 Top crime of 2011(Per Huffington Post) I knew since day one the details of this horrific senseless tragedy would not be pretty once revealed. Despite the recent disturbing information regarding the streaking photos Phylicia is still a VICTIM! She was sexually exploited and Lord knows what else they uncovered! Deena you are SICK and you need professional help which will be available to you ALL once you are in prison. Its not a question of IF you are you going… It’s WHEN! and trust me the handcuffs are coming for your hooves! Gallop your ass into feds office and confess your sins and be made whole! Your ugly ass daddy can’t save you! Kelly you were on the brink of bringing justice sooner but held back in fear and just decided to stuff a twinkie in your mouth to keep quiet! You cowards turned this into a THROUGH investigaton so now all of your dirty sick pathetic disturbing perverted secrets you kept in the dark is slowly yet surely being pulled into the light! JUSTICE WILL NOT BE DENIED! Hope you enjoyed these holidays in 2011 because in 2012 all of them will be spent in prison! Mike being that you are a pedophile/possible murderer your prison stay won’t be too long if you know what I mean! Mrs. Sallis-Mustafa my prayers are with YOU! you will have more closure knowing that the demons who did this are behind bars for life and longer! And God Bless you Dr. Adams! #Justice For Phylicia Simone Barnes#

  5. Nessa says:

    Awesome, keep doing what your doing we’re all in this together. This world is full of sick evil people, with nothing to live for. This story has been tugging at me since it first hit the news, and i have not and will not rest until the ones responsible are caught. As for her sister deena she needs more than help, and that sorry ass father of her’s can’t help her out of this one. She knows what happened, and I believe in my heart that she had something to do with it. All she’s doing is making shit up to cover her and her horny drug head so called friends. She’s basically a “Dummy”, thats the new thing now. These guys find these girl that will do whatever. When Mike said she needs to come clean, he meant that shit, he’s not gonna go down alone. So once they get close he’s gonna SNITCH. And when he goes down he’s taking everyone. The vigil that was held at Browns Memorial Church this week, was a bunch of BS, and did it ever cross there minds why the investigating officers where there????

  6. Van says:

    Thank You, for your heartfelt posts and Championing!! Phylicia’s story has pulled at my and so many other’s heartstrings also.

    With such a bright future ahead of her, and with such natural beauty, I instinctively knew that the green-eyed monster of jealousy lurked.

    True enough, as Mrs. Sallis-Mustafa has indicated, the soulless eyes of those “sisters,” the fake a dake Peas interview, and the defensive posturing on social media seemed to confirm it.

    Yet, the disturbing, downright deplorable details of the nudity encouraged by the lowlifes at this supposed “party” is really the case in point. Phylicia was a STAR, a SUPERNOVA, and that “sister”/those “sisters” couldn’t handle it. They just had to be the corruptive force. Who did Phylicia think she was with her beautiful, early-graduating, Honor Roll, loving, innocent spirit self?

    According to the trolls, it was time for Phylicia’s to “loosen up.” Those bitches, and that IS the proper terminology here, should receive the MAXIMUM punishment by law AND they deserve street justice. The “men” involved in this crime are mere mindless animals who share custody of one brain cell. Men in a pack act like wolves, the leader of the pack may indeed have been a SHE-WOLF.

    Ultimately, they’ll see Phylicia again. The Judge who sits on High will pronounce their ultimate fate, but they have not escaped seeing Phylicia again. ALL of the guilty ones will. What will they say to the angelic being of Phylicia in her spirit body as she recounts her last earthly moments? What can they say?

    For all of their lusts, plotting, scheming, lying, manipulating, cowardice, they’ve forgotten one very important thing. LOVE is STRONGER…

    A nation LOVES Phylicia and we stand with you, TPC!! In our own way, we’re championing for Phylicia’s justice, too!!

  7. waitingonjustice says:

    Amen Van. LOVE IS STRONGER! You see satan and his followers have not won! Again because of just being the studious, beautiful and caring young lady that she was the people took notice to her case. They tried to make her like them NEVER THAT! She will always reign above and that is why your acts will be revealed. You decided to pick one of God’s angels. That was mistake numero uno. Silly rabbits.

  8. Thanks Mr. Adams for your article. Whether people agree or disagree with you, the bottom line is there’s a young adult, female’s life that was taken from her family. The guilty person or persons are still walking around free but not for long or peacefully. I pray at this point they don’t harm or murder anyone else’s child. Again, you think you got away with it, NOT!!!! Hang in there Mustafa family became I’m always here for you and JUSTICE will prevail. Love you.

  9. JFPB says:

    First I want to say NOW I understand why the feds are taking their time to make this case AIR TIGHT!!!! I forgot the DEATH PENALTY laws in MD changed (article in SUN today on death of correctional officer) and I want EVERY man and WOMAN who participated in this intelligent CHILD ending up floating in a river nude to get the ULTIMATE penalty MD has to offer. WE DON’T throw promising CHILDREN like Phylicia S. Barnes in a d@ river NUDE!!! Sorry Harry Watson if the TRUTH is too much to handle but I read you bragging on your intelligent daughters and like me I think we would be fighting for justice like the Mustafa Family!!! Oh lets be honest if my Baltimore Sun Athlete of the Year daughter was found floating in a river NUDE all h@ would break loose in B more I promise so why doesn’t the Mustafa family deserve the same intensity and focus from the STATE of Maryland?????

    I thought the pictures on Phylicia’s FB page were a bit much but then the young people around me said we’re dealing with ANIMALS who need to know how serious this case is to EVERYONE and if calling them out on Phylicia’s FB page makes them uncomfortable, scared and jumping everytime there is a knock on THEIR DOORS then so be it!!!

    Frankly Mr. Adams, you’re doing a GREAT job because I don’t see anyone complaining when white blonde DUMB women who go chasing men (they met online or WHILE DRUNK) in Aruba get wall to wall coverage but how dare we DEMAND a black intelligent CHILD who wanted to get to know her HOODRAT fam in B more get the same priority!!!

    Now that I know Deena is in my path I pray to God my intelligent daughter isn’t with me when I see her since she likes to corrupt these types of young ladies. MJ I want you to bring DOWN Deena and the whole Barnes clan who participated (stood by and watched) in this crime and maybe all yall can be pin pals in a MD prison because that is where you’re headed (the Barnes clan planned for YOU to fall ALONE). That’s right MJ get diarrhea of the mouth!!!!JFPB!!!!!

    I agree with my bud I hope this case is tried in Harford County (where Phylicia was found) where most of the intelligent kids live in MD. I bet the Johnson clan is really sweating that thought! hahahahahahaha

  10. Fancy says:

    Does anyone know if that is Kelly nude in the picture with whip cream? That person does have a tattoo on their chest..

    • Emily G. says:

      I do not believe that is KB in the picture. There are some other women associated with the Johnson clan, in other pictures, who are more overweight than KB. Face is different, too. I don’t believe the identity of this woman is relevant, unless she is a missing person, too.

      • arrestthosefools says:

        I do not think that’s Kelly. The photo is also on another persons twitter photo album. Can’t tell who the person is. Maybe another spot Krazy visits where the crowd says anything goes. Wowwww

        We can truly see HIS life style. He shows the public every angle of him and he shows no shame but says he’s spiritual. He don’t need to remove the photos. None of them need not delete or remove anything from the internet. They were Billy bad asses in the beginning. Arrest all of those fools.

      • Fancy says:

        I was asking because if that is Kelly that will show that’s a normal routine and the liifestyle they have grown acustomed to and give the investtigating officers more leads to the sisters connection with Phylicia’s murder.

  11. arrestthosefools says:

    To underline, Phylicia did not understand the full capacity of this crowds danger being that she was only 16 during the time in question AND naive to a degree of her surroundings, along with not fully understanding the serious effect of what might have been given to her . Deena may have assured Phylicia that it was okay to drink and smoke. Phylicia must have TRUSTED Deena’s WORDS, the same as Mrs. Mustafa let her walls down for a moment. By Deena purchasing the plane ticket, being (legal) of age & speaking verbally with Mrs. Mustafa, agreeing to supervise Phylicia, Deena placed herself as being the guardian during Phylicia’s visit. Because Deena did not use proper supervision, we have this outcome which happens to be connected with Deena’s ex-lover, who perhaps saw Phylicia last. If the alcohol and drugs were not found in Phylicia’s system, I pray LE has documents or photos displaying the activity. We already know now that LE has other images. Each person that’s personally suspected of this crime want to remain free. They have probably already began telling on one another. LE will put each piece together. Leaving NO stone un-turned. Go to prison killers.

  12. arrestthosefools says:

    That image was very disturbing. I can relate to what you are saying Fancy. One good thing is, if it isn’t Kelly, we still get to see how Krazy’s brain functions & what he does on some of his free time.

    Their brain must be fried from drinking and smoking. Despite of how long it takes for them to get caught, they are going to pay the price by going to prison. In situations like this, if they receive the death penalty, so be it, if it’s in the law book and proven. Whatever Phylicia’s mother wishes,

    It has been beyond disturbing to read how some have tried to even blame Mrs. Mustafa for allowing Phylicia to visit her sister(s). Family unity is everything and just because Mrs. Mustafa felt it was a good thing for Phylicia to spend time with her other sisters doesn’t make Mrs. Mustafa a bad person, mother or parent. I have watched to where as one family Barnes/Johnson’s wants more heat on the other family, when it comes to the people who actually ARE involved with Phylicia’s death. These people are continuously attempting to sway the wind in the other direction, one against the other but both families are connected to this crime. Both parties, Deena & Mike and whoever hung out at the apt mainly.

    As a mother and woman, I stand by Mrs. Mustafa until the very end. Mrs. Mustafa has gone through enough. The unimaginable. I will never forget her name or face. Nor will I ever forget her daughter’s name, face and smile and the struggle for Justice. God will not forsake us. God and each of us who care will not be let down.

  13. Just Curious says:

    Great article David. When I first heard about Phylicia being missing here in Baltimore, it took me back to my past when I was 16 going on 17 years of age. I was a honor student and there was a boy who lived a few blocks from me that liked me. It was puppy love. He had a lot of cousins and friends that lived in our area. One day he asked me to come to his house when he was sick. He had a terminal illness. I rushed over to his house to see how he was doing. He told me to wait for him down in his basement while he went upstairs to go to the bathroom. It was very quiet in the house and I had no idea he had a plan going on with his beother

    • Just Curious says:

      Sorry, typo. I meant brother, cousins and friends. While he was upstairs, 4 of them came from the back of the basement, attacked and raped me. He hollered down the basement and told them to get rid of me. They were acting nervous and asking what should they do with me. I was glad they didn’t have cars to drive me off and dump me somewhere. I begged and promised them that I would not tell what they did to me. I kept it a secret and never told my mother because she was strict and would never let me go out the house again.

  14. Nicole says:

    When the news first broke to me about the Phylicia Barnes story . . . I was sitting in the living room watching Nancy Grace with my mother, when the gut wrenching, heart breaking, tear jerking plea of her mother Mrs. Janice came across the screen. It was the saddest, most heart wrenching and breaking thing I had ever seen from anyone. Her daughter being missing is like having labor pains over and over again without the baby. I had a natural birth with no epidural and no medications . . . so I know the pain of having a baby, but . . . I endured because I knew that soon I would have a precious newborn child. Would I go through a natural birth again with no medications, absolutely NOT! I can imagine the labor pains, but knowing that nothing is going to be produced and there is a void and a magnitude 1000000x worse is out of this world to even begin to imagine. The pictures flashed across the screen of the young, studious, BEAUTIFUL, Phylicia Barnes and the story that she is missing and had disappeared while visiting her older siblings in Baltimore, Maryland. I was shocked! I have 2 older step-siblings myself and I couldn’t imagine them doing anything like that to me. I am also raising 2 of my nephews who have older siblings out of town. Their sibling’s mother invited them to stay over breaks and my answer is NO! The only way I would allow them to go is if I was out of town and we stayed in a hotel and we all visited and hung out since this story. I am more cautious of people where as before I was kind of naive and easily trusting of people. This story has truly touched my heart and fulfilled a prophecy the Bible quoted, “Trust in No Man!”

    So . . . I pray almost everyday for justice for this sweetheart and justice, peace, and comfort for her mother, and her family and friends that loved her. I can not imagine the hurt and pain that they feel. I honestly feel hurt and have shed tears as if she was my own little sister. This case has touched my life so much that everyday I think about Phylicia Simone Barnes. It’s not 1 day that passes that I don’t. I wake up and hope everyday that everyone responsible for her murder is brought to justice for her sake. She is the innocent victim and her family and friends are hurting behind this and it just gets worse and worse almost everyday. Phylicia, her family and friends at least need this justice to help bring some closure even though there will never be anything to fill that void that the sweet, precious Phylicia Barnes has filled their lives with. I have a soft spot in my heart for Phylicia and her family and friends and I have grown to know and love her. It’s just amazing how 1 girl has touched millions around the world and made us feel like we know her and are apart of her family. I am tearing right now as I type this.

    I feel and I know that justice is coming soon. Our time is not like God’s time, and He does things in His time. I find peace and comfort knowing this. True to the cause . . .

    Justice for Phylicia Simone Barnes.

    • Just Curious says:

      @Nicole – I feel for you. I try to portray a tough female image of what I have been through but tonight has caused me to shed many tears. I will pray for us all through this year and the new year. I will also be praying for Phylicia Barnes’ murderers to be brought to justice!!!!

  15. JFPB says:

    @Amanda on websleuths-A lot of people think an “accident/overdose (police know cause of death)” may have happened BUT like Dr. G said in the Casey Anthony trial “CARING/NORMAL people call 911 in hopes of SAVING the CHILD not stage a murder or DUMP the CHILD’s body!!!!” This is why for me I want Deena to fall as well because Phylicia was HER step sister!!!. When she lied to Phylicia’s mother (now we know why she didn’t call Janice) then got on TV and played the media/public knowing all along what was taking place in that apt she sealed her fate!!! Maybe daddy made Deena feel guilty so she had to “act.” Yes I read someone wrote “Deena will have to live with her bad decisions the rest of her life (so they choose to focus on MJ)” BUT the Mustafa family has to live with a grave headstone so who got the raw end of the deal while Deena LIVES?????

    @Nicole-Yes you and I didn’t trust our kids/family to go stay with step kids we didn’t know but d@ did Janice have to pay this high a price for TRYING to let Phylicia travel, live and get to know the rest of her family??? Even while having “fun” Phylicia still planned to go to college here and continue her mother’s goal. It just breaks my heart the hoodrats had no “adult” brains to match the ages…..JFPB

  16. Fancy says:

    If I read correcrly Phylicia wasn’t going to Towson that story was made up by the Barnes. I pray the next story Mr.Adams writes will be announcing the murderes are revealed and put behind bars. I also pray for continued strength for the Mustafa Family.. Happy New Year to all and lets continue to support Mr. Adams on a job well done.

    • Emily G. says:

      What i recall Phylicia Simone’s mother saying, in interview, is that her daughter wanted to go to Townson, but as far as she was concerned, that wasn’t going to happen, and she hadn’t informed Phylicia of that fact.

  17. dbrianadams says:

    Folks need to start checking their email! I’m working on something and I need a response ASAP!

  18. Lake says:

    Peace to Mrs. Janice

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