Barnes Teen Mother Sparks New Perspective In Late Daughter’s Killing: Janice Sallis-Mustafa Tells TPC That Twitter Girl Tweeted About Her Daughter

Janice Sallis-Mustafa the mother of murdered Monroe, N.C. Honors Student Phylicia Barnes, reemerges after the anniversary of her daughter’s disappearance and sparks new perspective in Phylicia’s killing.

As the one year anniversary of her daughter’s disappearance approached just a few months ago, Janice Sallis-Mustafa stopped posting comments in social media regarding her child’s murder case. Its well understood that such a time would bring more grief upon a mother and a family who lost a loved one so tragically and senselessly. In Mrs. Mustafa’s absence from social media, public interest also dwindled, and it seems that no new information regarding the pretty honors student murder case is available. I caution the public not to give up hope just yet. Recently, I published an article discussing this exact topic related to the lack of interest here on TPC,  in social media in general, and revisited some important factors in the case.

In a TPC article published February 28, 2012, I discussed Tweets by Danisha McIntosh (dubbed by the public as the “Twitter Girl”) which has always peaked the interest of followers of this murder case. Many of her comments which occurred on the day or around the time that young Phylicia Barnes went missing weren’t quite clear. The public became suspicious of Danisha’s potential involvement in this case, when her January 28, 2011 Tweet, “its trapped at the dam. don’t pull the lever”, were revealed. It’s a no brainer for anyone with an ounce of  common sense that the Tweet was telling, considering she was best friends with two of the males questioned by police in the Barnes case, and the fact that the Tweet referenced a dam several months before Phylicia was found in the Susquehanna River near the Conowingo Dam. When the public first learned about the Tweets, it was shocking, disturbing, and led many to believe that the case was drawing near a conclusion.

It has always been my personal belief that the “Twitter Girl’s” comments were the most solid piece of information that at least the public knew about related to who may be responsible for killing Phylicia Barnes. Janice Mustafa has recently began venturing back online and she sent me an email in response to a December 2011 email (indicates just how long she hasn’t been online) thanking me for the work I have been doing on her daughter’s case. When Janice read the February 28th article she emailed me again, in apparent disbelief. Janice highlighted a statement from the article: “In fact one of her tweets appear to depict her mocking a female “crying all crazy” as if she had no compassion for the person’s obvious distress”. I was discussing comments made by Danisha on Twitter. When Janice read that portion of the article she instantly became alarmed, and conveyed to me that she “believe that Danisha was talking about Simone(Phylicia Barnes)”, “because that’s just what Simone would’ve done started crying uncontrollable especially in a fearful situation”, the mother said.

A mother knows her child and getting Janice’ insight about that particular tweet has opened an entire new can of worms. If Danisha was in fact tweeting about Phylicia Barnes then it is extremely revealing. This would mean that Danisha herself was in fact present during the time that Phylicia was encountering some form of distress. Why would she make a comment about someone “crying all crazy” if she wasn’t there to witness it herself? This perspective is thought-provoking especially when we consider some of the other bizarre tweets made by Danisha around Phylica’s disappearance. For instance her tweets on December 28th, 2010, the day Phylicia went missing, now begins to paint an entirely different picture. Danisha’s Tweet on 12/28/2010 at 6:20 p.m. reads,”Looking out my window, I just see another day”, and was retreated by Dorian Carpenter 40 minutes later at 7:00 p.m.

At first glance the tweet appears on its face to be just a random thought, but putting Danisha’s other tweets into perspective, it’s clear that the tweet had some hidden meaning behind it, and that’s just what I conveyed to Janice Mustafa. I told Janice that I suspected Danisha was trying to convey to Dorian that she could handle what ever happened to Simone or was trying to shed her conscious about something. To expound on my perspective here, later on 12/28/2010 at 11:10 p.m. Danisha tweets to Dorian again: “Do I have your back? That’s what it seems =happiness (only if it’s true)”. Here it seems that Danisha is responding to an inquiry by Dorian for Danisha’s support about something. It makes you wonder if Dorian was attempting to solicit the old “I was with my girlfriend” alibi, in an attempt to preempt any suspicion of his possible involvement in what ever happened to Phylicia Barnes. Also, Danisha’s “it’s trapped at the dam. don’t pull the lever” comment has a very sarcastic tone to it. The tweet in mt opinion seem to suggest her having a heartless and uncompassionate demeanor about Phylicia Barnes’ apparent demise.

Moreover, why was Danisha even tweeting about the dam a month after Phylicia’s disappearance? Was Phylicia’s body recently placed at the dam around the time she made the tweet in January? Was Danisha simply revisiting what she already knew about Phylicia’s killing? The answer to either question most certainly will rest at the doorsteps of Danisha McIntosh. However, this new perspective may potentially not only fuel Danisha McIntosh’s possible direct knowledge about the murder of Phylica Barnes, but it points us back to earlier reports that surfaced during the initial phase of the investigation. In the beginning it was believed that Phylicia may have been moved between various locations as the cops searched for the child after receiving tips from the public. Information sent to TPC from the public depicts the exact scenario and may explain why Danisha was tweeting about the dam a month after the disappearance of Phylicia Barnes.

On January 11, 2011 Crimesider 48 an affiliate of CBS News published an article about authorities preparing to conduct a mass search for the child at a Maryland State Park. The article in part reads, “Now police are focusing their search on Patapsico State Park, west of Baltimore, reports CBS affiliate WJZ. “Through the investigative process, information has been developed, and Maryland Natural Resources Police are conducting this search at the request of the Baltimore Police Department,” said Sgt. Arthur Windemuth” (Read Full Article). On January 12, 2011 a “Johnson clan” affiliate by the twitter username “Dub Dillenger” tweeted, “well just don’t let it sit there, move the dam thing”. I am convinced that he was talking about the body of Phylicia Barnes. The planned search was highly broadcast on local television, and it’s too coincidental that he made such a tweet one day after the search was made public. It’s also way too convenient that he just happens to be a member of the “phLLFthyboiDub” crew (a self-proclaimed gang of friends all associated with the Johnson family).

The tweet is very strange, and then Danisha is tweeting about a dam 16 days later. This perspective forces us to revisit earlier reports when the investigation first began. Those tweets by the “Twitter Girl” are very crucial pieces of information and at least from my personal perspective, are a potential entry way into solving this entire case. I am not alone on this perspective. Janice Sallis-Mustafa says, “I do believe that it’s a strong possibility that some of Simone’s blood is on Danisha Mcintosh’s hands from hearing about her tweet thoughts. I hope that she didn’t involve herself in such horrific acts towards another young woman of her junior just for the sake of love and devotion the likes of Dorian Carpenter. She has sold her soul, poor child of self ignorance, for the love from another instead of loving herself. Poor Thing “Danisha Mcintosh.” You are empty inside. You have really paid yourself cheaper than a .69 cents pair of sneakers made in another country. The sad part is that she has no clue of what she has involved herself in for someone like Dorian Carpenter.”

Janice has always felt that Dorian was in fact one of the males attempting to come on to Phylicia, and perhaps Danisha’s cold-hearted demeanor throughout this tragic ordeal feeds the theory that she herself saw Phylicis Simone Barnes as a rival to her relationship with Dorian Carpenter. The “Twitter Girl” is very much in the scheme of things in this murder case and it continues to be exposed.

 

 

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Janice Sallis-Mustafa the mother of murdered Monroe, N.C. Honors Student Phylicia Barnes, reemerges after the anniversary of her daughter’s disappearance and sparks new perspective in Phylicia’s killing.

As the one year anniversary of her daughter’s disappearance approached just a few months ago, Janice Sallis-Mustafa stopped posting comments in social media regarding her child’s murder case. Its well understood that such a time would bring more grief upon a mother and a family who lost a loved one so tragically and senselessly. In Mrs. Mustafa’s absence from social media, public interest also dwindled, and it seems that no new information regarding the pretty honors student murder case is available. I caution the public not to give up hope just yet. Recently, I published an article discussing this exact topic related to the lack of interest here on TPC,  in social media in general, and revisited some important factors in the case.

In a TPC article published February 28, 2012, I discussed Tweets by Danisha McIntosh (dubbed by the public as the “Twitter Girl”) which has always peaked the interest of followers of this murder case. Many of her comments which occurred on the day or around the time that young Phylicia Barnes went missing weren’t quite clear. The public became suspicious of Danisha’s potential involvement in this case, when her January 28, 2011 Tweet, “its trapped at the dam. don’t pull the lever”, were revealed. It’s a no brainer for anyone with an ounce of  common sense that the Tweet was telling, considering she was best friends with two of the males questioned by police in the Barnes case, and the fact that the Tweet referenced a dam several months before Phylicia was found in the Susquehanna River near the Conowingo Dam. When the public first learned about the Tweets, it was shocking, disturbing, and led many to believe that the case was drawing near a conclusion.

It has always been my personal belief that the “Twitter Girl’s” comments were the most solid piece of information that at least the public knew about related to who may be responsible for killing Phylicia Barnes. Janice Mustafa has recently began venturing back online and she sent me an email in response to a December 2011 email (indicates just how long she hasn’t been online) thanking me for the work I have been doing on her daughter’s case. When Janice read the February 28th article she emailed me again, in apparent disbelief. Janice highlighted a statement from the article: “In fact one of her tweets appear to depict her mocking a female “crying all crazy” as if she had no compassion for the person’s obvious distress”. I was discussing comments made by Danisha on Twitter. When Janice read that portion of the article she instantly became alarmed, and conveyed to me that she “believe that Danisha was talking about Simone(Phylicia Barnes)”, “because that’s just what Simone would’ve done started crying uncontrollable especially in a fearful situation”, the mother said.

A mother knows her child and getting Janice’ insight about that particular tweet has opened an entire new can of worms. If Danisha was in fact tweeting about Phylicia Barnes then it is extremely revealing. This would mean that Danisha herself was in fact present during the time that Phylicia was encountering some form of distress. Why would she make a comment about someone “crying all crazy” if she wasn’t there to witness it herself? This perspective is thought-provoking especially when we consider some of the other bizarre tweets made by Danisha around Phylica’s disappearance. For instance her tweets on December 28th, 2010, the day Phylicia went missing, now begins to paint an entirely different picture. Danisha’s Tweet on 12/28/2010 at 6:20 p.m. reads,”Looking out my window, I just see another day”, and was retreated by Dorian Carpenter 40 minutes later at 7:00 p.m.

At first glance the tweet appears on its face to be just a random thought, but putting Danisha’s other tweets into perspective, it’s clear that the tweet had some hidden meaning behind it, and that’s just what I conveyed to Janice Mustafa. I told Janice that I suspected Danisha was trying to convey to Dorian that she could handle what ever happened to Simone or was trying to shed her conscious about something. To expound on my perspective here, later on 12/28/2010 at 11:10 p.m. Danisha tweets to Dorian again: “Do I have your back? That’s what it seems =happiness (only if it’s true)”. Here it seems that Danisha is responding to an inquiry by Dorian for Danisha’s support about something. It makes you wonder if Dorian was attempting to solicit the old “I was with my girlfriend” alibi, in an attempt to preempt any suspicion of his possible involvement in what ever happened to Phylicia Barnes. Also, Danisha’s “it’s trapped at the dam. don’t pull the lever” comment has a very sarcastic tone to it. The tweet in mt opinion seem to suggest her having a heartless and uncompassionate demeanor about Phylicia Barnes’ apparent demise.

Moreover, why was Danisha even tweeting about the dam a month after Phylicia’s disappearance? Was Phylicia’s body recently placed at the dam around the time she made the tweet in January? Was Danisha simply revisiting what she already knew about Phylicia’s killing? The answer to either question most certainly will rest at the doorsteps of Danisha McIntosh. However, this new perspective may potentially not only fuel Danisha McIntosh’s possible direct knowledge about the murder of Phylica Barnes, but it points us back to earlier reports that surfaced during the initial phase of the investigation. In the beginning it was believed that Phylicia may have been moved between various locations as the cops searched for the child after receiving tips from the public. Information sent to TPC from the public depicts the exact scenario and may explain why Danisha was tweeting about the dam a month after the disappearance of Phylicia Barnes.

On January 11, 2011 Crimesider 48 an affiliate of CBS News published an article about authorities preparing to conduct a mass search for the child at a Maryland State Park. The article in part reads, “Now police are focusing their search on Patapsico State Park, west of Baltimore, reports CBS affiliate WJZ. “Through the investigative process, information has been developed, and Maryland Natural Resources Police are conducting this search at the request of the Baltimore Police Department,” said Sgt. Arthur Windemuth” (Read Full Article). On January 12, 2011 a “Johnson clan” affiliate by the twitter username “Dub Dillenger” tweeted, “well just don’t let it sit there, move the dam thing”. I am convinced that he was talking about the body of Phylicia Barnes. The planned search was highly broadcast on local television, and it’s too coincidental that he made such a tweet one day after the search was made public. It’s also way too convenient that he just happens to be a member of the “phLLFthyboiDub” crew (a self-proclaimed gang of friends all associated with the Johnson family).

The tweet is very strange, and then Danisha is tweeting about a dam 16 days later. This perspective forces us to revisit earlier reports when the investigation first began. Those tweets by the “Twitter Girl” are very crucial pieces of information and at least from my personal perspective, are a potential entry way into solving this entire case. I am not alone on this perspective. Janice Sallis-Mustafa says, “I do believe that it’s a strong possibility that some of Simone’s blood is on Danisha Mcintosh’s hands from hearing about her tweet thoughts. I hope that she didn’t involve herself in such horrific acts towards another young woman of her junior just for the sake of love and devotion the likes of Dorian Carpenter. She has sold her soul, poor child of self ignorance, for the love from another instead of loving herself. Poor Thing “Danisha Mcintosh.” You are empty inside. You have really paid yourself cheaper than a .69 cents pair of sneakers made in another country. The sad part is that she has no clue of what she has involved herself in for someone like Dorian Carpenter.”

Janice has always felt that Dorian was in fact one of the males attempting to come on to Phylicia, and perhaps Danisha’s cold-hearted demeanor throughout this tragic ordeal feeds the theory that she herself saw Phylicis Simone Barnes as a rival to her relationship with Dorian Carpenter. The “Twitter Girl” is very much in the scheme of things in this murder case and it continues to be exposed.

 

 

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6 Responses to “Barnes Teen Mother Sparks New Perspective In Late Daughter’s Killing: Janice Sallis-Mustafa Tells TPC That Twitter Girl Tweeted About Her Daughter”

  1. ArrestThoseFools says:

    Right on point!  I read the tweets.  Seemed like the twitter girl was mocking and reenacting the moment that Phylicia was getting taken away.  Twitter girl told the person who was crying to get away from her door with all that noise.  Therefore, twitter girl most likely saw and heard the crime while it was taking place.  The “looking out my window, all I see is another day” tweet, I believe is a title to one of the groups rap songs they made but used the title as code talk.  In my heart and soul, I believe the twitter girl SAW Phylicia being taken away.  Then, once the males came back later that night without Phylicia, the twitter girl then knew that meant Phylicia had been killed or due to be killed.  There was something else.  I believe it was the day twitter girl tweeted about the dam, she was tweeting at the same time B-More was maybe holding a conference in regards to Phylicia being missing still.  Seemed like twitter girl was viewing the conference and responding to it through her tweets.  Example:  as if she was sitting there talking to the TV, telling the person who was holding the conference it’s in the dam, don’t pull the lever (as in acting cocky).  There is a video of the conference online.  Back then the public didn’t want to miss nothing.  not one conference, news briefings, twitter, fb, whatever.  The public didn’t want to miss nothing in regards to Phylicia S. Barnes.  The public wanted Phylicia found a.s.a.p.  So, the public stayed VERY alert.  Lost much sleep.  It would be nice to pull and post that conference just to listen to what the man was speaking about in the conference in regards to Phylicia S. Barnes.  Just to compare.  Leave no stone un-turned.  Everything matters here.  We have all worked so hard and Phylici’s mother deserves justice to be served for the murder of Phylicia S. Barnes.       

  2. ArrestThoseFoolsNow says:

    Also,  at one point in time seemed like twitter girl had gotten upset with the Dorian person about something.  There was also a tweet she tweeted that said something like “what.  I waited.  what did u want me to do, so i could end up like how she did”.  Those are not the exact words but I remember the meaning behind the tweet.  So, there were times that twitter girl had gotten upset with this Dorian person and perhaps with the young Glen person.  Seemed like it a couple of times.  I think twitter girl might drink alcohol and tweet drunk tweets at times.  We use to try to catch her tweets if she mentioned she was drinking.

  3. Dbrianadams43 says:

    Yes Arrest, if yo go back through the hundreds of comments you will find statements from other readers who mentioned exactly what you just did. I remember readers talking about that “so I can end up just like her”. There is so much information for the cops to get the ball rolling, but I’m clueless on why they haven’t done anything yet. I also believe that Danisha is a drinker who tweets stuff under the influence. I am really afraid for that child. She needs to go directly to the police and tell what she knows. it won’t surprise me if she ends up dead also!

    • ArrestThoseFoolsNow says:

      The tweets seem to be important clues.  And a good mother always knows her kids very well.  The “crying all crazy” tweet that twitter girl tweeted; this would indeed mean she saw and heard.  But also, if she saw and heard, that means she was close by to witness what took place.  So, where does twitter girl live?  Does she live in that apt building too?  She had a tweet she tweeted to lil senca or lil stinka saying, “I see you down there.  what you doing down there”.  That’s not the exact words.  She said either up or down there.  lil stinka/lil Glenton replied that he saw twitter girl too.  I thought they were meaning right down the street.  Maybe they were in the same building.  

      The Dorian person was absent all day from tweeting on the 27th of Dec, 2010.  At least he made it to appear that way once he returned back to twitter.  Around 4pm on Dec 28th, 2010 his first tweet mentioned he hadn’t been on twitter.  Next came all the explosive tweets.  We can see he and twitter girl felt the need to tweet to one another.  The lil stinka/senca/lil glenton person had been tweeting with the twitter girl hours before the 8:45am time-line the Deena person said she went to work.  lil Glenton tweeted somewhere around 5 or 6am that his eyes were getting heavy.  Once, he tweeted to twitter girl that “lol you fell out of the boat”.

      If the tweets are indeed important, it shows us that Phylicia was still alive on the 28th of Dec.  We know who all were tweeting to one another except a few key player names are missing from the tweets.  MJ’s is one name.  However, we can see that twitter girl is directly in the center of this circle.  Seems like twitter girl did not help Phylicia because she was one of the many who were jealous of Phylicia.   We can see that twitter girl is a follower and wants to fit in, have attention from these males.  If she is afraid, she should be.  She couldn’t hold her tongue about where Phylicia’s body was last placed.  She TOLD.  Why did she rat them out at the time?  She must have been mad at them at the time she tweeted about the dam or she just don’t know how to hold a secret.  Also, one of the male cousins tweeted “females are loud”.  So he must have heard too

  4. JFPB says:

    A friend keeps saying what better karma then for these murderers to get snatched from their lives/families just like Phylicia after thinking they have committed the perfect crime!!! Oh if Twitter girl knows something God will handle her. NO ONE commits (or has knowledge of) this type of murder and sleeps well at night or expects to live a wonderful life!!! I’m sure all these murderers look over their shoulders, read these boards or jump when a knock happens at the door expecting the warrants to be issued!!!! How Phylica died holds the key to why it’s taking so long. If the police asked me would I prefer a quick arrest of ALL in that apt or a slow thorough process hopefully resulting in the death penalty my daughter would want to be WAIT and be patient so my prayers are with the Mustafa family!!! JFPB!

  5. ArrestThoseFoolsNow says:

    Did anyone noticed how one of them tweeted the song titled Distant Lover?  Then others re-tweeted.  More sub-tweeting or code talk.  Distant Lover?  On the day Phylicia went missing I believe.  How arrogant, cocky and heart-less is that?  Sounds like bragging.  They tweeted some of the most ugliest things.   They were jealous of Phylicia and Phylicia’s up bringing.  Phylicia probably began to see right through them right away and some probably could not  handle the rejection from Phylicia.  Yeah, some guys can be cute on the outside but ugly on the inside.  J4PSB!!!!     

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