Daily Archives: October 20, 2010

Portus The Tortoise-Dance in froggy buttholes by Jeff Nipples


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icp old shit tour cancelled by jh


news from the planet lotb forum http://www.planet-lotb.com/forum/index.php regarding the cancellation of the old shit tour .

JH had Shaggy arrested. ICP Tour CANCELED.


List of Juggalo Gangs


List of Juggalo Gangs

please comment with more info and names so we have a complete list of all the alternative names juggalo gangs go by.

Downtown Juggalos – Infamous for Steven Bauder will be getting 20 years in jail

Dark Carnival Saints

Hatchet Men – Uses the logo the hatchet man as gang sign

JK – juggalo Killers – cutting JK into their victims

JRB – Juggalo Ryders Bitch (You rep the JRB and you will never switch (JRB?) JUGGALO RYDAS BITCH!)

TJF – True Juggalo Family (aryan)

UNJF – United Juggalo Nazi Front (Aryan)

 

 

Two Juggalo transients plead guilty in fatal beating of mentally ill man


The trial of two transients accused of beating a mentally ill man to death in Seattle in 2008 came to a halt when both pleaded guilty to first-degree murder.

For their pleas, Steven Bauder and Marcus Dennis each will face a standard-range sentence that tops out at just over 26 years in prison.

Prosecutors plan to ask for a 25-year sentence for both men; the defense lawyers say they will be seeking 20 years behind bars.

The two will likely be sentenced early next year.

Had the case been resolved by trial, the men could have faced up to life in prison because of sentencing enhancements that had been sought by the prosecution. The enhancements, known as aggravators, were dropped as part of the plea agreements, said Bauder’s defense attorney Peter Geisness.

Relatives of victim Noel Lopez say the end to the nearly two-week trial brought relief and disappointment. The slain man’s brother and sister said Thursday that the plea means that neither defendant will serve a life sentence.

“In one way it’s a relief to have it resolved quickly, but the frightening thing is that these guys will be on the streets again,” said the slain man’s sister, Lita Lopez, 35, of Los Angeles.

Before entering his guilty plea on Thursday, Bauder, 25, asked Superior Court Judge Catherine Shaffer if she was certain that Lopez was really dead. When the judge said yes, he agreed to enter the plea.

Bauder insists that the slaying was not premeditated, said Geisness.

Dennis, 22, pleaded guilty on Monday. His lawyer, Julie Gaisford, said Thursday that her mentally ill client attacked Lopez because he believed the man had raped a homeless girl.

Seattle police say that Lopez, 25, was obsessed with the then-15-year-old girl but the two never had a sexual relationship.

Lopez was killed at a construction site in the 1000 block of Fourth Avenue on April 14, 2008.

Prosecutors had earlier said they would try to have Bauder’s sentence enhanced by claiming he committed the murder as a member of a street gang, the Downtown Juggalos. It would’ve marked the first time that the King County Prosecutor’s Office has used the state’s gang statute in a case involving a Juggalo, a nickname for fans of the Detroit-based heavy-metal/rap duo Insane Clown Posse.

Prosecutors said Dennis, whose nickname is “Smurf,” was not a member of the Downtown Juggalos.

 

Hundreds attend gang awareness forum on juggalos


VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) – More than 500 law enforcement officers from all along the east coast converged at the Wyndam Hotel & Resort in Virginia Beach for a three day gang awareness and training conference.

The Virginia Gang Investigators Association has hosted the conference for 12 years. Opening ceremonies began at 8 a.m. with keynote speaker and United States Congressman Ted Poe .

Additional speakers will include: Virginia Secretary of Public Safety Marla Graff Decker, John Buckovich, Deputy Secretary of Public Safety, John Hackman, United States Marshals Service, and Virginia Beach Sheriff and Ken Stolle.

Experts said awareness of gang signs, symbols, and slogans, is key to recognizing what’s going on in your community.

If you see what you believe to be graffiti – gang graffiti – on your wall or on your fence, don’t just take it down. Call law enforcement. They need to come document it, they need to look at it,” said Marla Decker, Virginia Public Safety Secretary.

Conference organizers said it’s important that school age kids are educated about gangs.

“They’re starting to dabble in it. They’re starting to be curious about what are these gang symbols and signs, and I want to be part of that. We can break that cycle once they make that transition to middle school. I think we’re getting ourselves way ahead of the game,” said Gene Ballance, VGIA Vice President

Those attending the conference will receive training in the many areas of gang crimes including: Border Violence, Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs, Juggalo‘s, School Shooters, International Gangs, Hispanic Gangs, Hybrid Gangs, East Coast Gangs, Midwest Gangs, Female Gangs, and Gangs in Virginia.

The conference will end Friday, October 22 at noon.

great news for the residents of Virginia , its time to stomp out the juggalo gang.