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A Quest For Justice: Janice Sallis-Mustafa Says If She Could Help Save Just A Half Of A Person From Enduring Her Pain She Would Be Satisfied

You’ve read articles here on TPC, other Blogs, and saw interviews on major television networks about the Phylicia Barnes murder case. A year and some change has passed since the Mustafa family lost their beautiful and studious teenage daughter to the violent and perverse streets of Baltimore City, an arrest has finally been made in the child’s killing, but her mother, and others within the public are not satisfied. Though many were not shocked by the arrest of Deena Barnes’ ex-boyfriend Michael Johnson, it’s widely believed that more arrest should be made, and more specifically the child’s older half-sister Deena Barnes as well as others who paraded around “streaking” nude with the minor at the Northwest Baltimore apartment building where Phylicia was staying with her father’s family over the Christmas Holiday of 2010. At her husband’s direction Mrs. Mustafa had left the public’s eye so that the family could grieve and morn the lost of their child. Janice has refused television interviews because they do not quote her accurately or reword what she has said to shape the perspective that they want to portray about this murder case. Finally, the Mustafas have emerged once again to continue the fight for justice. The Mustafas are unmoved by critics who attempt to place blame for Phylicia’s murder on them, and in a rare public appearance Janice plans to express what she has felt all along regarding what happened to her child. You won’t want to miss the next broadcast of “The Bridge” on WBRG Blogtalk Radio hosted by the lovely Ms. Corliss King, and the very distinguished Mr. John Robinson. The time has come for this mother to have her say has arrived. Call in to participate (646) 381-4789  or log on at http://www.wbrgthebridge.com. The show airs at 9:00-11:00 EST. I’ll See you all on “The Bridge”.

David Adams

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You’ve read articles here on TPC, other Blogs, and saw interviews on major television networks about the Phylicia Barnes murder case. A year and some change has passed since the Mustafa family lost their beautiful and studious teenage daughter to the violent and perverse streets of Baltimore City, an arrest has finally been made in the child’s killing, but her mother, and others within the public are not satisfied. Though many were not shocked by the arrest of Deena Barnes’ ex-boyfriend Michael Johnson, it’s widely believed that more arrest should be made, and more specifically the child’s older half-sister Deena Barnes as well as others who paraded around “streaking” nude with the minor at the Northwest Baltimore apartment building where Phylicia was staying with her father’s family over the Christmas Holiday of 2010. At her husband’s direction Mrs. Mustafa had left the public’s eye so that the family could grieve and morn the lost of their child. Janice has refused television interviews because they do not quote her accurately or reword what she has said to shape the perspective that they want to portray about this murder case. Finally, the Mustafas have emerged once again to continue the fight for justice. The Mustafas are unmoved by critics who attempt to place blame for Phylicia’s murder on them, and in a rare public appearance Janice plans to express what she has felt all along regarding what happened to her child. You won’t want to miss the next broadcast of “The Bridge” on WBRG Blogtalk Radio hosted by the lovely Ms. Corliss King, and the very distinguished Mr. John Robinson. The time has come for this mother to have her say has arrived. Call in to participate (646) 381-4789  or log on at http://www.wbrgthebridge.com. The show airs at 9:00-11:00 EST. I’ll See you all on “The Bridge”.

David Adams

Self proclaimed geek, Advocate for the homeless, Social Change, Crime Blogger, and mobile technology enthusiast. A recognized Journalist and Human Interest Writer championing the plight of the masses whom are without a voice of their own.

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One Response to “A Quest For Justice: Janice Sallis-Mustafa Says If She Could Help Save Just A Half Of A Person From Enduring Her Pain She Would Be Satisfied”

  1. Guest says:

    WOW how ironic I just read MJ will be arraigned June 20th and I think that is the date of my jury duty. Lord don’t let me lay eyes on this trash in the hallway or on the street because jurors sometimes do get to see prisoners being brought in. Funny how EVERYONE I talked to thinks Deena should be in jail as well because Phylicia was a minor. I can’t stop thinking someone said I might have saw Deena/Phylicia at Deena’s job before she transferred. Funny a friend joked I still have all my tubs from when I moved in the military so where is that tub MJ?????? I know I know you and da thugz watched 48hrs and knew DNA could lead BACK TO YOU!!!! RIP Angle justice is on its way………

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