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‘Juggalo’ Culture May Be At Center Of Bethany Murder


BETHANY, Oklahoma — Cody Perez, a person of interest in the Carina Saunders murder, has a lengthy criminal record and is a self professed “Juggalo.” Juggalos are followers of the Detroit-based rap group Insane Clown Posse ( ICP), known for violent lyrics.

Saunders has no known connections to the band, but Perez does not hide his affiliations. ICP performs songs like “I Stab People,” “Suicide Hotline” and “Another Love Song.” Their fans have been accused of acting out the violent lyrics.

“I could love you and treat you with class and have babies falling all out your a**, but thinking about that I feel I’d rather kill you,” are the lyrics from “Another Love Song.”

10/19/11 Related Story: ICP: A Band With It’s Own Sub-Culture

Criminologist Howard Kurtz says the person who dismembered Carina Saunders’ 19-year-old body wants attention.

“It’s not usual that a person is dismembered. And when they are, it’s usually because they are trying to hide the body, not where it could be easily found,” Kurtz said. “It’s possible they did it to scare people.”

Saunders’ body was found Thursday behind the Homeland grocery store in Bethany. She was stuffed into a duffel bag.

Perez may be on the run, but on his Facebook page, the repeat offender writes I’m a muthaf**** Juggalo and have a little Juggalo in training and two more on the way.”

Is the band to blame?

“The kids that show up to the concerts they think of it as something much more than entertainment, so there is a great danger to that,” Kurtz said.

Juggalos claim they aren’t a gang, but a family.

“We have a lot of youth that are adrift in our society. They are looking for meaning and trying to connect with something,” Kurtz said.

Saunders’ Facebook pictures talk of the end being near and although police won’t say how she is connected to Perez, Kurtz says the pictures are alarming.

Anyone who can assist in the case is asked to call Bethany police at 405-789-2323.

Countdown to Punch a Juggalo Day


http://www.facebook.com/pages/Punch-a-Juggalo-Day/158534697505137



Give juggalos a glass of punch this halloween .

Violent J – Hitler Downfall of Insane Clown Posse – death of an Indie Label Esham


Violent J and the downfall of psychopathic records and the insane clown posse after seeing death of an indie label parts 6 onwards , that tell the truth about psychopathic records and insane clown posses business dealings and secrets psy dont want you to know – watch death of an indie label parts 6 and 666 here
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Juggalo holocuast shout out in city satirical


Great read http://citysatirical.com/entertainment/the-clowns-have-left-the-building/

Insane clown posses lyrics and juggalo logic him to go to jail for facebook threat


http://www.theadvertiser.com/article/20111020/NEWS01/110200316

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A threat in cyberspace is still a threat, Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office officials said, after they arrested a New Iberia man Wednesday for allegedly using his Facebook page to threaten to go on a killing spree.

Deputies arrested 26-year-old Del Richard on charges of “terrorizing.” He was booked into Iberia Parish Jail on $1 million bond.

Investigators received an anonymous tip alleging Richard had posted a Facebook message detailing Richard’s plans, Iberia Parish Sheriff Louis Ackal said.

Deputies said Richard’s Facebook post indicated his killing spree would be held throughout New Iberia. Deputies said he also threatened to kill any law-enforcement officers responding to the spree.

On Saturday, a 10:34 p.m. post on Richard’s Facebook page read, “im going on a killin spree.”

Other posts included:

» “im killing evry mc and end with me”

» “if i take a few down im a join with the clowns”

» “murder daily gettin paper spread around”

Another Facebook user responded to Richard’s posts by writing, “So you planning on going down in a blazing glory?”

Richard simply responded, “yes].”

Richard and the user then proceed to have Facebook conversation, over a 29-minute period, with Richard being asked why he wanted to commit mass murder.

“What im destyin to do,” Richard said.

Richard, who is white, goes on to say his goal is to kill people he feels are beneath him, including drug addicts and people of other races. He also said he wanted to kill a few innocent bystanders and police officers, as well.

At the beginning of the posts, Richard said his first statement is quoting lyrics from Insane Clown Posse, but, as the conversation continues, he reveals he not only wants to kill bystanders but also that he wants to be killed by police officers after the spree. He told the user he would wear body armor to prevent himself from being killed right away.

 

“Yea im to (expletive) to pull it off but wouldnt it be sweet,” Richard wrote.

Even though it was not mentioned in the sheriff’s office release, Richard’s mental state also came into question throughout the conversation.

The user asked Richard if he was taking any antipsychotics or antidepressants, and Richard said he was taking a drug called “kylonpins.” The user responds by listing the possible side effects of the medication.

“Confusion, hallucinations, unusual thoughts or behavior; unusual risk-taking behavior, no fear of danger,” the user writes.

According to Drugs.com, Klonopin affects chemicals in the brain that become unbalanced and cause anxiety. The website said the drug is used to treat seizure disorders or panic disorder.

The user asked Richard if his condition and the side effects of his alleged drug use could be causing him to have suicidal thoughts, and, again, Richard said he did not want to kill himself but would rather die at the hands of the police.

“Nah the cops are gunna have to take me out i aint killin my self,” Richard wrote.

The user finally asked where Richard was planning to commit the assault, Richard lists what appeared to be roads and locations in New Iberia.

“i wanna wride a 10speed down hopkins with the AR staped to my back,” Richard wrote, “hit and intersection unload 1/2 a clip there peadle my (expletive) off till i see a big crowd and unload peddle flip the clip and fire 30 while im riding to pennywize on hopkin by then the cops show up as long as i can take out at t least 3 ill die a happyman the accomlised summin.”

According to deputies, Richard was questioned about his Facebook posts and arrested shortly thereafter.

Throughout the conversation, the user repeatedly asks Richard if he was serious about his plans. Richard tells the user he has made plans, including escape routes, but Richard said he probably would not go through with his plans because he did not have the courage.

http://www.theadvertiser.com/article/20111020/NEWS01/110200316

Juggalo a person of interest in murder case – Tulsa anti juggalo league


If this guy is hiding with your family or juggalo family do the right thing and give him up

BETHANY — Police were still searching Thursday for Cody Perez, 21, who they said is a “person of interest” in the killing of a woman whose dismembered body was found last week in a duffel bag.

photo – Cody Perez, 21, has been named as a person of interest in the death of 19-year-old Carina Saunders. Her body was found dismembered in a duffel bag last week.
Cody Perez, 21, has been named as a person of interest in the death of 19-year-old Carina Saunders. Her body was found dismembered in a duffel bag last week.

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Carina Saunders, 19, was last seen Oct. 8 or 9. Her remains were found Oct. 13 in a duffel bag behind the Homeland at NW 23 and Rockwell. She had been beheaded. Police want to talk to Perez, who was reported missing by his mother Oct. 10.

Perez had told his mother he had been helping a woman who was having problems with her boyfriend, and he had been threatened by the man. Perez was a culinary student and worked at an Olive Garden restaurant in the Oklahoma City area.

Perez is a self-described Juggalo, a fan of the hip-hop group Insane Clown Posse. The band is known for violent lyrics about themes such as murder and cannibalism. He is pictured on his Facebook page wearing a bandanna over his face and holding a hatchet.

Perez has a lengthy criminal history in the Tulsa area, including arrests for assault.

Police think Perez may have hitchhiked to California.

Read more: http://newsok.com/bethany-police-continue-search-for-person-of-interest-in-death-of-carina-saunders/article/3615212#ixzz1bN9fyQJc

BETHANY — One man was cleared Wednesday, and another is being sought in connection with the death of a woman whose dismembered body was found in a duffel bag, police said.

photo – Morgan Stevens talks with the media outside her home in Yukon on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011. Morgan’s boyfriend, Kyle Tweed, was questioned and released by police in the murder of Carina Saunders. Tweed is no longer considered a person of interest in the case. Photo by John Clanton, The Oklahoman ORG XMIT: KOD
Morgan Stevens talks with the media outside her home in Yukon on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011. Morgan’s boyfriend, Kyle Tweed, was questioned and released by police in the murder of Carina Saunders. Tweed is no longer considered a person of interest in the case. Photo by John Clanton, The Oklahoman ORG XMIT: KOD

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The victim had been beheaded, sources told The Oklahoman.

Her cause of death has not been determined.

Remains of Carina Saunders, 19, were found inside a duffel bag behind the Homeland at NW 23 and Rockwell on Oct. 13. She was last seen a few days earlier.

Wednesday morning, police announced they were looking for two men who were “persons of interest in the case.” One of the two, Kyle Tweed, 21, was cleared by police Wednesday afternoon. The other, Cody Perez, 21, was reported missing by his mother Oct. 10.

“Upon seeing coverage of the Bethany homicide investigation and hearing that he was a person of interest, Kyle Tweed arrived at the Bethany police headquarters this afternoon and was interviewed by investigators,” Bethany Police Chief Phil Cole said in a news release.

“Mr. Tweed was cooperative with our investigators and he is no longer considered a person of interest.”

“Cody Perez is still a person of interest in our investigation, and we still ask for public assistance in locating him.”

Perez was a culinary student and had worked at an Olive Garden restaurant in the Oklahoma City area. Tweed recently worked in the Del City area at a Taco Bueno and is a skateboard enthusiast.

Tweed’s girlfriend talks

Tweed’s girlfriend, Morgan Stevens, said Tweed called her Wednesday after he spoke with police and said he had “cleared his name.” Stevens graduated in the same class as Saunders at Mustang High School but said Tweed and Saunders had never met.

“There is no connection that I know of,” Stevens said. “He didn’t even know Carina, and he knew nothing about her body being found until I said something about it Monday night. As far as I know, he had never heard her name before that.”

Stevens said she was shocked when she heard of Saunders’ death.

“I can’t believe someone would do that to Carina,” Stevens said. “It’s hard to believe someone would want to hurt someone like her. She was really sweet. She was honest and very playful.”

Stevens said Tweed had met Perez at a party, but they were not close friends. Tweed declined to speak with the media.

Search continues

Officials said Perez may have left the state Oct. 11. He was last seen that day near Interstate 35 and Robinson Street in Norman. He may have been trying to hitchhike, possibly to California, police said.

Cole said he does not think Bethany residents should be alarmed but should always be vigilant and report suspicious activities.

Tweed’s name came up in the investigation after Perez’s mother filed a missing-person report with Oklahoma City police. In the report, she said Perez had been threatened by a man over a girlfriend.

Rachel Laraway, 38, claimed her son was having problems with a white male named “Tweet” or “Tween.”

Laraway told police she had not seen her son since Oct. 10 and Perez said he had been helping the girlfriend of the man named “Tweet” or “Tween.” The man went to Perez’s apartment and said he “was gonna take it to the next level,” according to Laraway’s report to police.

Perez had gotten his girlfriend and another girl pregnant, his mother states in the report.

Perez had not gone to work or school for a week and had a paycheck waiting for him at the Olive Garden on Memorial Road, Laraway stated in the report filed Monday.

On his Facebook page, Perez calls himself a Juggalo, which is how fans of the musical group Insane Clown Posse refer to themselves. The band’s lyrics are controversial as they touch on themes such as cannibalism, murder and necrophilia. Many of Perez’s Facebook friends are fans of the band, and photos on Saunders’ Facebook page show her wearing an Insane Clown Posse T-shirt.

Criminal record

Perez is shown on a Facebook page photo holding a hatchet.

He has a lengthy criminal history out of Tulsa County including assault and battery on a Department of Juvenile Affairs employee, possession of a stolen credit card and larceny from a house.

Laraway has not confirmed whether Perez knew Saunders.

A relative of Saunders, who asked not to be identified, said Wednesday she did not know any family members who had heard of Perez before Tuesday night.

An autopsy on Saunders’ body has not been completed, state medical examiner spokeswoman Amy Elliott said. Elliott said toxicology reports — that could take several weeks to complete will be needed — before a cause of death can be determined.

Read more: http://newsok.com/one-person-of-interest-cleared-another-sought-by-bethany-police-in-death-of-19-year-old-woman/article/3614933#ixzz1bN9d0R74