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The Phylicia Barnes Story: Late Teen’s Mother Judgement Questioned, Attacked, And Subjected To Cruel Hate Spewing Banter On My Blog

First and foremost I would like to make it abundantly clear that as a writer I can appreciate the fundamentals of free speech as well as the right of others to exercise their constitutionally protected freedom of expression. This process will most assuredly develop resistance and in many cases a variant of opposition from glaring postures of thought, ideas, and understanding from premises that may derive from contrasting mindsets of others. However, given the nature of human behaviorism even in post civilization, we must at least attempt to approach this process with objectivity in the hopes that a fair medium will be obtained by granting an equilibrium for all while maintaining absolute civility at all times. Many times as a society we have faltered in achieving this, especially in highly sensitive arenas such as politics, religion, and crime. Here on the “People’s Champion Blog” I must take the reigns and send a clear and decisive message related to the standard in which participants interact.

Janice Sallis-Mustafa under fire on the "People's Champion Blog" by posers who question the grieving mother's judgement, and even blame her in a pathetic rant for her child's death, claiming young Phylicia wanted freedom from her wrath.

 

Justice still eludes the beautiful and promising Honor Teen from Monroe, NC. Phylicia Barnes was killed while visiting family in Baltimore over the Christmas Holiday in 2010.

With that being said, I must address some of the comments that were posted regarding Ms. Janice Sallis-Mustafa and her late daughter, the unforgotten Phylicia Barnes. Being a native Baltimorean I have a firm understanding of the culture that exist within the African American Community, and the deplorable manner in which many adults living in the city choose to conduct themselves when their conflict resolution skills are called upon. So, I will grab the bull by it’s horn here and spare no punches while meting out my complete displeasure regarding the poor and insensitive dialogue that has occurred. In the wake of this tragedy, I am sure that many may have expressed their personal feelings regarding Ms. Sallis allowing her daughter to visit her Barnes extended family in Baltimore, the carelessness and culture of Deena Barnes’ lifestyle, and all other pertinent factors in this case. We can’t possibly conclude that Janice Sallis knowingly and irresponsibly sent her beautiful daughter into harms way. In fact, she has admittedly stated her initial gut feeling regarding this and how she battled within herself prior to making the decision to allow Phylicia to go. If you are a parent who can say with complete conviction that you never made a decision related to your child that you don’t regret, then you are kidding yourself. Also, Phylicia had been to Baltimore several times prior without incident. I am not understanding the foolish banter that criticizes her in this regard. She isn’t from Baltimore and lacks the knowledge and practicality of the trifling viciousness of the likes of Baltimoreans. One poster asked her directly if she had actually talked with Deena Barnes. I wonder where this person has been all this time, if they even watched any of the news reports related to this case, and how they would feel if some one took such a cheap shot at them in the wake of their daughter’s disappearance and subsequent murder? Media has run a clip repeatedly that depicts Janice Sallis expressing that she had discussed in explicit detail her expectation of supervision while Phylicia visited Baltimore. Might I remind you that young Phylicia Barnes was in fact a straight A Student, that she was preparing to attend College a year early, and that she was well liked and respected among her peers. These factual details speaks volumes about the standard of living that Phylicia Barnes was accustomed too, as well as the direction of her mother’s parenthood. Please miss me with the neanderthal mentality. Furthermore, to infer that Phylicia’s death occurred as a result of her wanting to get away from her mother is absurd, heartless, cowardice, and just simply a very cruel thing to say during the darkest hour of this family. Those of us from Baltimore know and understand the nature of the beast. It is understood that compassion, understanding, and empathy doesn’t exist in a city with a predominantly African American Population that leads our nation in adult illiteracy and violence against other people of color. We cannot allow such sub standards to cloud our vision and focus in this case. This case is about finding the parties responsible for taking such a promising and intelligent  child from our midst. This case isn’t about name dropping or informing others of the alleged prominence of your family or their association with other notable public figures. More importantly, this case isn’t about your personal feelings or your distaste of others perception of your comments in an open and public forum. When we offer our support regarding the tragedy and suffering of others it should be extended without condition, without regard for who gave what, and done from the sincerest depths of our spirituality and understanding that this too could have been my family. Somewhere along the way it seems that we have forgotten why we all have come to this Blog Post. We have forgotten that a child was killed. A child deprived of life should be a matter of concern for all within humanity. We have forgotten that it’s alarming to find our beautiful daughters unclothed floating in a river. We have forgotten that the perpetrators remain at large. I am also remindful that those responsible are also more than likely following our discussions here, a fact that we all must consider when posting comment. This could very well be the cause of such obvious counterproductive dialogue regarding this senseless murder. If your intent here is to cause disruption or exact more grief upon the family and supporters of Phylicia Barnes, then your efforts are not only sickening, but poorly misguided as we are here for Justice, understanding, and healing. Please let us be in this forum or be involuntarily removed.  Moreover, though I welcome all comments, I also reserve the right to terminate participation of those who refuse to conduct themselves with dignity and respect for the mother of this child. Janice Sallis did her job raising Phylicia and she should be treated with the compassion and understanding befitting the fruit that bares our creed. There will be zero tolerance of further discourse of this nature. Justice for Phylicia Barnes must prevail. Mother Sallis you remain in our prayers!

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First and foremost I would like to make it abundantly clear that as a writer I can appreciate the fundamentals of free speech as well as the right of others to exercise their constitutionally protected freedom of expression. This process will most assuredly develop resistance and in many cases a variant of opposition from glaring postures of thought, ideas, and understanding from premises that may derive from contrasting mindsets of others. However, given the nature of human behaviorism even in post civilization, we must at least attempt to approach this process with objectivity in the hopes that a fair medium will be obtained by granting an equilibrium for all while maintaining absolute civility at all times. Many times as a society we have faltered in achieving this, especially in highly sensitive arenas such as politics, religion, and crime. Here on the “People’s Champion Blog” I must take the reigns and send a clear and decisive message related to the standard in which participants interact.

Janice Sallis-Mustafa under fire on the "People's Champion Blog" by posers who question the grieving mother's judgement, and even blame her in a pathetic rant for her child's death, claiming young Phylicia wanted freedom from her wrath.

 

Justice still eludes the beautiful and promising Honor Teen from Monroe, NC. Phylicia Barnes was killed while visiting family in Baltimore over the Christmas Holiday in 2010.

With that being said, I must address some of the comments that were posted regarding Ms. Janice Sallis-Mustafa and her late daughter, the unforgotten Phylicia Barnes. Being a native Baltimorean I have a firm understanding of the culture that exist within the African American Community, and the deplorable manner in which many adults living in the city choose to conduct themselves when their conflict resolution skills are called upon. So, I will grab the bull by it’s horn here and spare no punches while meting out my complete displeasure regarding the poor and insensitive dialogue that has occurred. In the wake of this tragedy, I am sure that many may have expressed their personal feelings regarding Ms. Sallis allowing her daughter to visit her Barnes extended family in Baltimore, the carelessness and culture of Deena Barnes’ lifestyle, and all other pertinent factors in this case. We can’t possibly conclude that Janice Sallis knowingly and irresponsibly sent her beautiful daughter into harms way. In fact, she has admittedly stated her initial gut feeling regarding this and how she battled within herself prior to making the decision to allow Phylicia to go. If you are a parent who can say with complete conviction that you never made a decision related to your child that you don’t regret, then you are kidding yourself. Also, Phylicia had been to Baltimore several times prior without incident. I am not understanding the foolish banter that criticizes her in this regard. She isn’t from Baltimore and lacks the knowledge and practicality of the trifling viciousness of the likes of Baltimoreans. One poster asked her directly if she had actually talked with Deena Barnes. I wonder where this person has been all this time, if they even watched any of the news reports related to this case, and how they would feel if some one took such a cheap shot at them in the wake of their daughter’s disappearance and subsequent murder? Media has run a clip repeatedly that depicts Janice Sallis expressing that she had discussed in explicit detail her expectation of supervision while Phylicia visited Baltimore. Might I remind you that young Phylicia Barnes was in fact a straight A Student, that she was preparing to attend College a year early, and that she was well liked and respected among her peers. These factual details speaks volumes about the standard of living that Phylicia Barnes was accustomed too, as well as the direction of her mother’s parenthood. Please miss me with the neanderthal mentality. Furthermore, to infer that Phylicia’s death occurred as a result of her wanting to get away from her mother is absurd, heartless, cowardice, and just simply a very cruel thing to say during the darkest hour of this family. Those of us from Baltimore know and understand the nature of the beast. It is understood that compassion, understanding, and empathy doesn’t exist in a city with a predominantly African American Population that leads our nation in adult illiteracy and violence against other people of color. We cannot allow such sub standards to cloud our vision and focus in this case. This case is about finding the parties responsible for taking such a promising and intelligent  child from our midst. This case isn’t about name dropping or informing others of the alleged prominence of your family or their association with other notable public figures. More importantly, this case isn’t about your personal feelings or your distaste of others perception of your comments in an open and public forum. When we offer our support regarding the tragedy and suffering of others it should be extended without condition, without regard for who gave what, and done from the sincerest depths of our spirituality and understanding that this too could have been my family. Somewhere along the way it seems that we have forgotten why we all have come to this Blog Post. We have forgotten that a child was killed. A child deprived of life should be a matter of concern for all within humanity. We have forgotten that it’s alarming to find our beautiful daughters unclothed floating in a river. We have forgotten that the perpetrators remain at large. I am also remindful that those responsible are also more than likely following our discussions here, a fact that we all must consider when posting comment. This could very well be the cause of such obvious counterproductive dialogue regarding this senseless murder. If your intent here is to cause disruption or exact more grief upon the family and supporters of Phylicia Barnes, then your efforts are not only sickening, but poorly misguided as we are here for Justice, understanding, and healing. Please let us be in this forum or be involuntarily removed.  Moreover, though I welcome all comments, I also reserve the right to terminate participation of those who refuse to conduct themselves with dignity and respect for the mother of this child. Janice Sallis did her job raising Phylicia and she should be treated with the compassion and understanding befitting the fruit that bares our creed. There will be zero tolerance of further discourse of this nature. Justice for Phylicia Barnes must prevail. Mother Sallis you remain in our prayers!

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36 Responses to “The Phylicia Barnes Story: Late Teen’s Mother Judgement Questioned, Attacked, And Subjected To Cruel Hate Spewing Banter On My Blog”

  1. alester1 says:

    “We seem to blame everyone but ourselves for our own condition. I’m sorry, but I must speak the truth here, and Janice Sallis, Phylicia’s Mother must stake claim to much of the burden here. A 16 year old girl from rural North Carolina being allowed to visit Baltimore alone? Unimaginable if it were my Daughter.”
    CNN: ”Let My Baby Go”

    “I am not trying to pour salt on an open womb here, but many times I think we don’t except the honest, and uncut raw truth about ourselves”

    David, this was taken from your January or February Blog. While I agree the Ms. Sallis should not be attacked the way she has been in the last few days, other bloggers seem to express the sentiment you expressed a few months ago.

    Can you clarify your point of view regarding the above quote? Fair is Fair if objectivity is the concern here.

    Thanks

    • Janice M. Sallis says:

      whomever u are if i choose to want my daughter knowing her other strand of dna who in the hell are u to say i should be accountable for her death because of someone whom propably acts as you under cover. now how about that alester1

      • alester says:

        Greetings Ms. Sallis,

        If you read my comments carefully, you will see that I am not blaming you at all.

        That is all I need to say, and as always, I am truly sorry for your loss and I hope your pain is mitigated by justice!

      • Ashley says:

        Mrs. Sallis,

        I’ve been following this case since day one it was spoken about on t.v. I’ve been praying and praying that Phylicia would return home safely and sadly that did not happen. I just wanted to let you know that you are one of the strongest women I’ve seen. For you to go through this horrible tragedy and to have ignorant people place the blame on YOU is just horrid. You are a strong woman that a lot women can look up to. I truly truly am sorry for your loss. I am a soon to be mom and the thought of this happening just makes me go insane. I am so sorry for your loss. Please please don’t listen to what these ignorant people are saying. They may throw big words into the mix and try to justify their ignorance by pretending to be nice and trying to change their words around but it’ll all come out one day. Even if the horrible person/persons that were involved get away from the authority, they can never run from God. On their judgement day, they will have to stand in front of God and take responsibility for what they have done. Once again, I truly am sorry for what has happened to you and your family. And I pray everyday that God may bring peace to you. You are a fine woman and a wonderful mother that any child would be blessed to have. God Bless You and God Bless You.

        Ashley

      • Janice M. Sallis says:

        this reply is for Ashley thank you so very much for such kind feelings more are needed. I wish you the best with ur delivery and hope that God guide you to be the perfect mother for ur new life. God Bless You

    • Janice M. Sallis says:

      lester1 maybe you ought to re-read what your response was apparently you can’t comprehend ur own statement and that’s all I have to say!

  2. dbrianadams says:

    I was quoted correctly from a February Blog post. I admittedly made that comment in ignorance prior to having a complete understanding of the circumstances surrounding this case. At the time of that particular post I was under the impression that Phylicia and her mother both had limited knowledge about Baltimore culture and the lifestyle of Deena Barnes. At that time I did cast blame upon her mother for allowing Phylicia to travel to Baltimore on her own. However, after obtaining a better understanding of the case, and learning that Phylicia had been to Baltimore to visit Deena multiple times previously, my perception changed as I, her mother, or anyone else could not have possibly foreseen the tragedy that we must all come to grips with considering her previous successful trips to Baltimore. Fair is fair perhaps in Baltimore and other places when individuals want to cast burden, blame, and inflicting even more grief upon a mourning mother who just recently lost her child to violence. I am lost understanding the value of bringing this point to the foreground of our discourse here as the killer(s) have yet to be brought to justice. Blame Janice Sallis if you must, but it simply will not be permitted here in this forum. I am sure that i speak for her as well as her family when pointing out that there is more meaningful concerns related to this case, and that the perceptions of others are just that. I see here that we have the perpetual “crabs in the pot”. Even if my perception of the case had not changed, I believe that I have enough decency to utilize tact and diplomacy knowing that the mother of this child was a regular participant on this Blog. I question the merit and intent of Blog post like this one as well as the other negative ones. This kind of uncivilized behavior will not be tolerated here. Start your own Blog and say what you will just don’t do it here “period’

    • Angel says:

      Thanks David for your clarification. Even when I ready your comments regarding this, I did not agree with it because I didn’t feel then nor do I now that Phylicia’s mother deserved to be judged for allowing her daughter to visit family in Baltimore because who would think that family would possibly be culpable in such a horrific act.

      Thank you for allowing me to voice my opinion,

  3. Fancy says:

    Thank you Mr. Adams. your blog is positive and it keeps the cases alive until justice is served..

  4. dbrianadams says:

    Thank you Fancy. If these people knew anything about Blogging and the kind of controls that the Admin has they would simply shut up. I not only have the capability of denying their post here from any computer within their home, but I also have exact pinpoint accuracy of where they are located. Also, I see some of them are utilizing a computer that appears to be at work or some kind of business. I think it might serve me well to research who some of these people are and see if we can make a connection to parties involved in this case. “Wink”!

  5. Stephanie says:

    Well said Mr. Adams.

  6. Ladybug says:

    Thank you David, summed it best!! People love to play the blame game, but they should really focus their minds into understanding how people feel when a tragedy hits someone’s family member. I feel for Janice. I have seen people sending kids as young as 8 years old on planes or buses to visit their family in other states. It ‘s nothing new. It’s obvious that Phylicia liked visiting her relatives in Baltimore since she had been here 5 times. There were no signs prior to her last visit that Phylicia should not visit her Baltimore family. Who would have imagined that this time would have been different? We always get a feeling that maybe or maybe not our children should go any where. My son is 25 years old now and if he drives to the store to pick me up something, I still find myself wondering if he should or should not go to the store. Even when parents are being overprotective of their children and will not let them go anywhere, things can still happen to their children. We send our children to schools and just think of all of the incidents that have happened at elementary schools to colleges where other students or a stranger have gone on a shooting rampage and killed several children. We cannot be everywhere with our children. Justice for Phylicia!!

  7. Butterflygal says:

    David Adams,

    If Janice Sallis you or anyone else thought I was trying to attack her regarding questions that was just going through my head as a mom. You’ll all wrong!

    As far as your statement “If you are a parent who can say with complete conviction that you never made a decision related to your child that you don’t regret, then you are kidding yourself.” I must say I don’t regret with complete conviction.

    Your right! We all know we can’t be with our children all the time. But I never thought that I was taking a cheap shot at her, why would I do that? They were just questions. I notice that she was posting and making statements.

    This was my first time posting on a black blog, because I am not into this kind of stuff! Because of the end results of this, it will be my last post on here! But if I offended anyone it really wasn’t meant to be that way.

    Where did subject to Cruel hate spewing on your blog come from, I haven’t seen any of that? I thought everybody wanted justice for her mother!

    I do appreciate you letting me post on your blog!

    • dbrianadams says:

      It isn’t my intent to discourage people from posting and stating their opinion. I believe that considering Janice Sallis is now a subscribed member of the blog and a regular participant, that discretion should be used in the content of our discourse out of courtesy for a grieving parent who recently lost her child to senseless violence. To infer that Phylicia’s death was in fact in part due to her desire to get away from Mommie, as one post read, is in fact cruel and heartless as I have previously stated. It was reposted again in a derogatory manner. That’s spewing hate when this woman just lost her child. What kind of person says that in light of this tragedy? Regarding your comments it came across as chastisement, that’s one the things about blogging, no nuance, and that’s my entire point as to why we must consider what we post, because it may impact others differently. That’s all I’m trying to convey.

  8. Van says:

    Champion indeed!! Thank You, Mr. Adams for taking a stand for right. Of course, we all may have had our sorting process to go through when learning about Phylicia’s case and the circumstances surrounding her being in Baltimore. However, when a reasonable person, with no ulterior motives takes an honest look at the details, it’s very clear. Phylicia and Ms. Janice were sold wolf tickets by lying, thieving, jealous, murderous intending trolls.

    Mr. Adams, I agree that you should trace the ip addresses. For some reason, the guilty circle have tried to flood the Internet their triflin mess of spin. In the end, when the authorities release their findings, we may or may not be very shocked to learn who has been here and elsewhere spreading vicious ill-intent.

    I’ve been following Phylicia’s case since the beginning and I’ll continue to be a watchman until she’s given Justice here on earth.

    Phylicia WILL be Justified.

  9. Carmen Sandiego says:

    I co-sign with van in regards to you tracing IP addresses..I was in shock and awe when I read the previous post’s comments and completely disgusted at one poster’s venomous comments towards phylicia’s mother who is going through pure h*ll right now! She deserves all the respect and support a grieving mother should receive. All anger, hate, and venom should go towards the ones responsible for murdering this intelligent beautiful young lady whose promising life was cut short! Only Someone full of evil and obviously connected to the case in some way could type such poison! GOD sees you who really are!

    The circle is making their rounds trying to get as much info as possible so they can attempt to cover their behinds but time is officially up for them! Deena, you need to stop being such a coward and tell the truth about what was really going on in that apartment! Kelly you know its heavy on your heart and I know you feel you have to cover for your big sister but what about phylicia? Yall claim to love so much? Anyone with any knowledge of what exactly went down in that apartment need to inform law enforcement and help bring justice for Phylicia! Its long overdue! Janice Sallis-Mustafa you have a world of supporters! Don’t quiet your roars! You are a fierce lioness! Don’t retract your claws! GOD Bless!

    • Janice M. Sallis-Mustafa says:

      thanx for standing up for me carmen sandiego along with all others. i just wanted my daughter to know her other side of her dna they will pay a debt more than their pea little brains could ever imagine. i am one off GOD’s many wives whom blossomed his garden with beautiful flowers like phylicia simone, and only GOD knows and feel my pain and i don’t and won’t have any pity for any of the culprits/perpetrators!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. Ericka says:

    “Being a native Baltimorean and I have a firm understanding of the culture that exist within the African American Community, and the deplorable manner in which any adults living in the city choose to conduct themselves when their conflict resolution skills are called upon.” All African American Communities are not alike. Not all areas are hoods, but neighborhoods. True it’s not the place, it’s some of the people.

    You make it sound like Baltimore is the worse place in the world to live in. There is nothing that goes on here that doesn’t go on everywhere. Not only in the city, but also in the counties. Unfortunately, it just so happen to be here where this nightmare happened. But bottom line is someone knows what happen that day, because they were there, the question is who?

    • dbrianadams says:

      Ericka I am a native Baltimorean born and raised. It is a cyst pool of crime drugs and ignorance. Does this kind of stuff happen in other areas in Maryland? Yes! Does this occur in other cities? Yes! These facts don’t change a thing related to the vicious, violent, and ignorant nature of people leaving in Baltimore. The sad reality is that these kinds of tragedies continue to occur time after time in Baltimore. To say well it happens in other places is inferring that in some way it should be acceptable. Baltimore might not be the worst place in the world, but it sure the hell is one of them.

      • Ericka says:

        I am in no way saying it is acceptable, not at all! Tragedies also occur time after time and over and over in other cities. Yes there is crime, drugs but are you calling all Baltimoreans ignorant because they live in Baltimore. Not all of us are as fortunate as you to leave and look down on those left behind, especially those of us who are not anywhere near ignorant and feel deeply for this child’s mothers. But, I sure you’ve got family here, what are you saying about them? Or are they from the counties, so ignorance doesn’t apply to them. The bottom line is it never should have happened here or anywhere, and if Kelly was suppose to pick her up, why didn’t she? I’ll leave well enough alone!

  11. Emily G says:

    Given that Kelly is (or is about to become) a new mother now, and given that Michael and his girlfriend are about to become new parents, I HOPE they understand with deeper clarity the role of a parent, and I HOPE they come to see how important it is to come clean on the events of December 2010. As parents, they owe it to their own children to tell the truth.

    I think of you every day, Janice. I pray that your daughter’s killers are brought to justice. To have raised a daughter like Phylicia Simone, in this day and age, is a true testament to your parenting and to your character, as well as that of her step father. I am so very sorry for your family’s loss.

  12. fancy says:

    Hi Mr. Adams,
    I have been sending comments on your site as well as other sites. I also follow Deidra@blackandmissing on twitter, Can you email at fancykatt1@gmail.com

    Thanking you in advance
    Fancy

  13. TK says:

    @alester-Stop wasting your time on this site. You will be accused of being Deena, Mj or Phylicia’s murderer. Like someone said to me recently when I expressed my opinion “I agree with you but this is a horrible crime and a grieving mother. Would you want to hear that?” I agree trace the IPs you will be “shocked’ not everyone in B more is corrupt, ignorant and involved with this horrible crime if they have an opinion! Not surprised other cities see nothing but ignorance after episodes of The Wire and this crime.

    A check is in the mail AGAIN to Mrs. Mustafa (PSB Scholarship Fund) because B more (Mayor graduated from same all girls school as my daughter) supports intelligent young ladies. I put my money where my mouth is!!!! I don’t do social media but thx to the lady (Joyce Lovett) who posted the scholly info on FB my daughter brought to my atten (she knows how I feel about Phylicia’s death)!!!

    God please bring justice to this mother….I hope my daughter or I serve on this jury before I leave B more for good soon!!!!

    • Janice M. Sallis says:

      TK thanx for ur wonderful comment and contribution to Union Academy for PSB scholarship program. God Bless You and Urs

  14. thill says:

    Ms. Sallis can you verify that you are still receiving updates and you are satisfied with the progression of this investigation. I read that on another blog but am now hearing that may not be true. My daughter participated in the Science program at VSU with Phylicia a few summers ago. I am heartbroken by this tragedy and think of Phylicia every day. I am not prepared to give up the hope that those responsible for her death will face JUSTICE here on earth as they should. Sending love and healing prayers your way.

    • Janice M. Sallis-Mustafa says:

      thanx thill yes i am very pleased with the progress of the investigation and i have full and total faith/fate that my GOD will deliver justice for the weed wackers who all have participated in pulling out GOD, myself and all others who have and now care for my beautiful flower phylicia simone

  15. TK says:

    Mrs. Mustafa,, my daughter was a B more Sun (thank you for keeping public updated with articles) Athlete of the Year and I told her to make sure all her fellow B more CITY friends and athletes track this case. Recently several of them showed up on jury duty together. Maybe God will bring these athletic alums together again on Phylicia’s jury for justice. Like I said this city has produced some TOP talented intelligent young ladies. That apartment and its occupants ARE corrupt NOT B more CITY………. I must go this case just breaks my heart!!!!

    • Janice M. Sallis-Mustafa says:

      TK and all others phylicia simone was NOT a track star that’s something that her sperm donor put out there because he didn’t know her and was trying to find something to say about her. that’s what happens when an absent parent stays out of their children lives, they don’t know what to say so they make up things to say.

  16. virgin garcia says:

    First off i’m sorry for the loss of this exceptional young woman for all of humanity, because it is a loss. For all the young black and minority girls she would have , could have been an inspiration, her mother believed in her, in every way in as much as her being of an ability and confidence to care for herself in baltimore. It is the fault of our justice system that allowed an animal out on the street to kill again, after already doing so. That is why this child is gone because we trusted the wrong person for the wrong reasons

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