A Word From The Peoples Champ: My Perspective On The Phylicia Barnes Mystery

As a Human Interest Writer and Trained Journalist, I very rarely if ever respond publicly to criticism of my literary work. My intent has always been to offer a perspective regarding News Worthy Stories that appeal to the masses, and also for the purpose of stimulating dialogue, consciousness, and critical thinking where by society at large may arrive at an individual resolve. Though much of my work derives from a subjective posture, I seek to generate responses from a diverse audience, and I anticipate unfavorable feedback from this vast readership.  That being said, I am extremely compelled to address comments recently posted on Twitter, Facebook, and other Social Medium about my Blog Post(s) related to the Phylicia Barnes Case. Readers have purused The Peoples Champion Blog and made diligent efforts to either down play key “facts” (based on an analyzation of the Barnes Siblings account in their own words) that I have pointed out in my own Investigation of the case, or have sought to discourage other Readers from entertaining my Perspective by posting comments such as, “That Blog isn’t real”. First in foremost, my Blog is very real, developed by me, and the Barnes Case hits very close to home as I am a concerned Citizen and Native Baltimorean with a Teen Daughter currently living in the City. Secondly, I don’t recall ever stating in any of my Blog Post that I was an actual Investigator assigned to the Phylicia Barnes Case. If that were the true, any public dissemination of evidence surrounding the investigation would not be prudent nor ethical on my part in that regard. Moreover, I find it interesting as well as insightful that individuals seek to cause distraction at the mere implication of the Barnes Siblings as possible suspects in Phylicia’s mysterious and tragic ending. My perspective isn’t a premise originating from Media Reports on the case, but rather a personal suspicion and conclusion after hearing what the elder Barnes female children had to say about their Baby Sisters disappearance. The seemingly lack of grief, inconsistency in their accounts, laughter, whispering, and other unusual behavior under questioning during the Blogtalk Radio Broadcast should narrow the field of possible suspects responsible for this child’s death. Consequently, in my mind I feel the Barnes Sisters should not only be included in he list of possible suspects, but rather their involvement is more than likely at the very apex. Excluding my opinion, a reasonable, rational thinking person, and using a common sense approach should have some serious revelations about these Women’s account on the day Phylicia went missing. As I have stated previously, the public is unaware of what they have already stated to Authorities on record, the Blogtalk Interview speaks for it’s self, and either these two women are the the most pathetically ignorant females in all of Baltimore or something is drastically afoul. I would personally gravitate to the later. I will not revisit previous Blog Post with redundant particulars that I have already pointed out. However, it should be noted here that I stand firmly behind my perspective on this case uti lizing the Blogtalk Broadcast as my primary argument. Also, the individuals responsible for taking this child’s life will have an extremely limit period in the cloak, because as of this past Wednesday Police Authorities got the biggest break to date, as the Maryland Chief Medical Examiner ruled Phylicia’s death a homicide. I should also say that I hope I am wrong about any implication of her family. This would be an even bigger tragedy. Sadly though, my instincts tells me that this case is headed toward an even darker desolate path. I pray for speedy justice in this case as well as continued comforting for the Barnes Family. God Speed!

David Adams

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

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As a Human Interest Writer and Trained Journalist, I very rarely if ever respond publicly to criticism of my literary work. My intent has always been to offer a perspective regarding News Worthy Stories that appeal to the masses, and also for the purpose of stimulating dialogue, consciousness, and critical thinking where by society at large may arrive at an individual resolve. Though much of my work derives from a subjective posture, I seek to generate responses from a diverse audience, and I anticipate unfavorable feedback from this vast readership.  That being said, I am extremely compelled to address comments recently posted on Twitter, Facebook, and other Social Medium about my Blog Post(s) related to the Phylicia Barnes Case. Readers have purused The Peoples Champion Blog and made diligent efforts to either down play key “facts” (based on an analyzation of the Barnes Siblings account in their own words) that I have pointed out in my own Investigation of the case, or have sought to discourage other Readers from entertaining my Perspective by posting comments such as, “That Blog isn’t real”. First in foremost, my Blog is very real, developed by me, and the Barnes Case hits very close to home as I am a concerned Citizen and Native Baltimorean with a Teen Daughter currently living in the City. Secondly, I don’t recall ever stating in any of my Blog Post that I was an actual Investigator assigned to the Phylicia Barnes Case. If that were the true, any public dissemination of evidence surrounding the investigation would not be prudent nor ethical on my part in that regard. Moreover, I find it interesting as well as insightful that individuals seek to cause distraction at the mere implication of the Barnes Siblings as possible suspects in Phylicia’s mysterious and tragic ending. My perspective isn’t a premise originating from Media Reports on the case, but rather a personal suspicion and conclusion after hearing what the elder Barnes female children had to say about their Baby Sisters disappearance. The seemingly lack of grief, inconsistency in their accounts, laughter, whispering, and other unusual behavior under questioning during the Blogtalk Radio Broadcast should narrow the field of possible suspects responsible for this child’s death. Consequently, in my mind I feel the Barnes Sisters should not only be included in he list of possible suspects, but rather their involvement is more than likely at the very apex. Excluding my opinion, a reasonable, rational thinking person, and using a common sense approach should have some serious revelations about these Women’s account on the day Phylicia went missing. As I have stated previously, the public is unaware of what they have already stated to Authorities on record, the Blogtalk Interview speaks for it’s self, and either these two women are the the most pathetically ignorant females in all of Baltimore or something is drastically afoul. I would personally gravitate to the later. I will not revisit previous Blog Post with redundant particulars that I have already pointed out. However, it should be noted here that I stand firmly behind my perspective on this case uti lizing the Blogtalk Broadcast as my primary argument. Also, the individuals responsible for taking this child’s life will have an extremely limit period in the cloak, because as of this past Wednesday Police Authorities got the biggest break to date, as the Maryland Chief Medical Examiner ruled Phylicia’s death a homicide. I should also say that I hope I am wrong about any implication of her family. This would be an even bigger tragedy. Sadly though, my instincts tells me that this case is headed toward an even darker desolate path. I pray for speedy justice in this case as well as continued comforting for the Barnes Family. God Speed!

David Adams

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16 Responses to “A Word From The Peoples Champ: My Perspective On The Phylicia Barnes Mystery”

  1. B more Mom says:

    I enjoyed reading your opinion on this case. If the family can’t handle your words then they better turn off Nancy Grace because as a crime victim herself she pulled no punches correcting daddy on her show. The whole country is praying for justice for Mrs. Sallis and like you I believe daddy better brace himself for the truth! No child deserves this kind of tragic end. No mother deserves to be sitting in front of a casket before Mother’s Day. Boy I can’t wait to watch Nancy Grace if the killer is found to be inside that apt as “everyone” suspects!!!

    I want to correct something else on FB. Someone posted God didn’t call Phylicia home. This was the work of the devil. I ask this question. Who do people thank when they survive horrible experiences and come out “alive??” I’ve always felt, when my teen baby sis was killed God called her home and my wonderful life as a mother of daughters in B more as well (one daughter looks exactly like my baby sis it’s scary) is because she’s my guardian angel!!!! I choose to concentrate on God calling Phylicia home and not the devil throwing this gorgoeus intelligent baby nude in a river…….

    RIP Angel! My donation to your fund was in honor of your mother raising a child I would have been proud to call my own!!! Exhale Mrs. Salllis Exhale

    • Janice Sallis-Mustafa says:

      Dear B mom I sincerely and greatly appreciate ur kind words and donations, they were both extremely appreciated. Thank you so very much for being such a wonderful person. Much Lovd

  2. B more Mom says:

    One of my daughters is a very successful collegiate athlete and when I asked her to post of Phylicia’s FB page from our family she didn’t hesitate. B more isn’t full of animals. Some of us parents have raised very intelligent successful children in this city and Mrs. Sallis needs to know these parents care!!!! This story breaks so many parent’s heart in B more. Please solve this case B more/state police!!! God gave you the body as a gift to Mrs. Sallis when as she said so many families still have missing loved ones…….

  3. Fancy says:

    I watched Phylicia’s funeral live from the internet where was her father and half siblings?? It seems odd for them not to attend the funeral.. and what are they doing and saying now since they have found her tragically murdered? I’m on the computer daily and not a word from them. I hope its not true but from the non caring attitude they display they no more than what there saying.

    • Sallis says:

      her bio-dad was present. trust me, i was present as well. I am a relative of Phylicia

    • Janice Sallis-Mustafa says:

      Fancy I as Phylicia’s mothre, deliberately told the Barnes’ family at a spare of the moment so that they wouldn’t get prepared to come to my baby’s homegoing celebration when I strongly feel as though that they’ve taken a huge part of my Father GOD accepting her and not taking her. I just didn’t have the patience nor the tolerance to see those fake broads participating at my daughter’s celebration

  4. B more Mom says:

    @Fancy-You know someone posted on FB what I’ve been feeling as well. Unless I read a statement Mrs. Sallis Mustafa blessed the Memorial here in B more I can’t support it knowing how/where her daughter passed. As a mother I feel I would disrespect her since her wishes as a mother were disrespected ending in her daughter’s death. That’s why I checked to ensure my donation was headed to NC/GA where Mrs. Sallis lives. I don’t care what anger the dad might have (I hope it’s not true he was a deadbeat) he needs to remember Mrs. Sallis was Phylicia’s mother and entrusted her baby to his (and fam’s) care and look how it ended?

    It bothered me they help a vigil at the apt complex that contributed to such parental negligence. What were they honoring drugs and alcohol being given to loosen her up? I don’t know when I pass judgement I try to put myself in the mother’s shoes and this kind of pain doesn’t deserve a celebration/memorial in B more until justice has been served and “all” are cleared……RIP Angel I pray for your mother!

    I saw the mother on Nancy Grace last night whose 9 yr old angel was snatched walking home from school, raped, murdered and thrown in a landfill and thought I hope Mrs. Sallis Mustafa uses all the publicity from her tragedy to fight for missing kids as well one day when she has healed.

    • Janice Sallis-Mustafa says:

      Dear Bmore Mom I as Phylicia’s mom did not honor that memorial service nor give my condolences to their deceitful and betrayed actions. My thoughts as from the beginning that the
      bmore memorial was just another one of the barnes’ detour to mislead the public as if they were really mourning. I thank you for ur support it was well needed and used.

  5. B more Mom says:

    Oh how she found out her Phylicia was missing is another piece of info that still bothers me so again what are they celebrating knowing how much this woman loved her child but no one thought to call after she went missing? Again not trying to be negative but the tragic way this angel died forces us to deal in reality! We can’t make this some wonderful story until justice has been served and her mother knows the truth…..as a mother this is how I would feel!!!!

  6. Fancy says:

    I just viewed the memorial service that took place in Baltimore. I can’t help but wonder why releasing a dove is funny to Kelly Barnes and the father and brother are able to conduct the interview with out breaking down, to die so tragically I just don’t see too much mourning but then again its not like they have been each others lives for long so maybe its just doesnt phase them.. Please correct me if I’m wrong

    • Janice Sallis-Mustafa says:

      No Fancy you aren’t wrong ur right on target. The barnes’ are church going perpetrators and my Father GOD will deal with every one of them on HIS time and terms.

  7. B more Mom says:

    At my baby teen sister’s funeral I’m glad the men were strong because my mother, siblings and I were passed out all over her casket. It was VERY painful! Our whole neighborhood was present at funeral. I won’t judge how the dad and brother handle this pain because they seem genuine!

    A friend of mine brought up a great point that if my ex were in Mr. Barnes’ shoes “guilt” of such a horrible tragedy happening while my baby was with “his” kids would make him give some type of memorial as well because sadly I believe Mr. Barnes is the “only” person not involved in all the negligence with this “underage” baby!!! Someone said Mrs. Sallis Mustafa needs to hire a lawyer. I agree considering what was exposed to her “minor” child. This case has national attention and this is why I believe the police know they need to have the evidence air tight when they knock on that door and start reading rights!!!!

    What I found ironic is the picture on the news of Deena and Phylicia shown at the memorial. How will dad (and family) feel if Deena is arrested……..

    • Janice Sallis-Mustafa says:

      I’m sorry Ms. Bmore mom I don’t agree, I believe russell’s hands were in the clay to her demize as well. If a so called dad doesn’t care if his child exists or not that behavior of uncaring and cold heartedness definitely doesn’t exclude the bank of sperm out.

    • Janice Sallis-Mustafa says:

      They ought to come to reality and know that it’s the right thing for her to be accountable for her demonic actions and spend the rest of her useless life in a cage where animals need to be until the day of her demize.

  8. Fancy says:

    We can go back and forth with this topic until Phylicia’s killer is brought forth.. and once we find out the people who have committed this horrible crime the comments and opinions are gonna increase even more . I too hope Janice has a lawyer or hired someone to look into the night before Phylicia disappeared and the morning of, to see if there was any actual texting going on between the three of them. My Family and Friends tell me I’m in the wrong profession because I wont stop investigating and reading topics until the truth comes out.

  9. Fancy says:

    Why is it taking so long for someone to be brought up on charges?

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