Monthly Archives: November 2011

Juggalo Prostitutes and Juggalo Drug Dealers – Welcome to the Gathering of the Juggalos


Sheriff: Local juggalo gathering hurts county

HARDIN COUNTY, Ill. — For the 10,000 people who attend the annual “Gathering of the Juggalos,” the four-day festival may be a fun time. Hardin County Sheriff Lloyd Cullison said for his community, it isn’t.
“It’s really tearing my county up,” he said.
He said in recent years, that event and the two Hogrock festivals have gotten got of hand.
“When this first started, most of the county was tolerant,” Cullison said. “They didn’t really like it but they’d tolerate it. But now, they’ve been a little scared.”
In fact, he’s had to set aside about $30,000 a year from his $200,000 budget to help pay for security. With just six part-time officers, he said he’s stretched thin.
“It’s illegal to sell drugs. It’s illegal for prostitution and yet they do it right under your nose, knowing full well we can’t do anything about it because we don’t have the manpower.”
What’s worse, Cullison added, is organizer Tim York pockets all the money the events generate because the county doesn’t have a tax collection system in place that would require him to give some of the money to the community. Some people who live in the county said that isn’t right.
“We need this clarified,” said Brenda Clanton. “We need this corrected.”
Clanton is collecting signatures in hopes of getting enough to put a tax referendum on next year’s ballot.
“It doesn’t make sense to have this go on for as long but to continue, it makes even less sense,” she said.
Sheriff Cullison said safety is also a big issue. Earlier this year, a person drowned in the Ohio River and three people are still missing.
He said he hopes York steps up and takes some personal and financial responsibility.

Juggalo Druggalo beats up teen in drug deal – Juggalo gang



Renton teen beaten in drug deal | Police blotter

The following information was compiled based on City of Renton police reports.

A drug deal went wrong as four men beat up a Renton teenager on Nov. 2.

The 17-year-old boy was contacted by another boy he knows who wanted to meet up with him so he could buy marijuana and mushrooms from the 17-year-old.

Police found the teen at a trailer in the 300 block of Union Avenue Southeast at about 8:45 p.m. His nose appeared to be broken, his face was bleeding and covered in blood.

The 17-year-old said he walked to the front of the complex to meet his contact and he was jumped by four people armed with a knife, crowbar and a small pistol.

One of the suspects was a white male wearing an Insane Clown Posse Juggalo mask. Two of the other suspects were Hispanic and the fourth was white.

They stole the teen’s marijuana, cell phone and fleece jacket. He was uncooperative with police, did not want to seek medical attention or prosecution of the suspects.

Brawl at Lindbergh

A brawl broke out in a Lindbergh High School classroom on Nov. 4.

A 14-year-old student walked into a class that was in session and attempted to assault another 17-year-old student.

The incident happened around 9:30 a.m.

The 14-year-old was apparently provoked by getting word from his girlfriend that the 17-year-old wanted to “have sex” with her.

Several other students intervened to stop the 14-year-old’s punches.

The 17-year-old was cited for breach of peace and the case was forwarded to the King County Juvenile Prosecutor’s Office.

Daughter assaulted

A mother assaulted her daughter after she revealed her sexuality on Nov. 5.

The 21-year-old daughter told her parents that she is gay and has a girlfriend as they left a business on East Valley Road around 5 p.m.

The 48-year-old mother starting pulling her daughter’s hair once they got into a vehicle and started to drive away.

The mother also began punching her daughter’s head and arms. The father tried to calm the mother and pulled the vehicle over.

When they reached the apartment complex parking lot, the physical assault began again with yelling. The daughter ran into the apartment and locked herself in until police came.

The mother was arrested for fourth-degree domestic violence assault.

Renton couple fights

A Renton couple got into a violent altercation on Nov. 2.

Police spoke with the victim a 19-year-old woman in the 600 block of Southwest Fifth Court around 6 p.m.

She was crying and hysterical with a red and swollen left cheek and eye socket. She and her former boyfriend, the suspect, have a child, but the woman was too distraught to provide a statement to police.

A grandmother at the scene told police she witnessed the man strike the woman in the face while the two were arguing.

After a foot chase, the man was apprehended by police.

He was arrested for investigation of fourth-degree assault, resisting arrest and obstructing law enforcement.

Chang’s is burglarized

Chang’s Mongolian Grill was burglarized on Oct. 25.

The alarm at the restaurant, 505 Rainier Ave. N., was tripped at 3:44 a.m.

Police found the front door of the restaurant shattered but intact. Inside the office door window had been shattered as well.

A digital video system revealed two suspects hitting the front door with a large landscaping rock, forcing the door open.

One of the suspects was wearing a camouflaged jacket and the other a black jacket. They can be seen running to the office, breaking the office door window and ransacking the office.

The footage also captures the suspects looking directly at the security camera at different points during the taping.

The only thing that appeared to have been taken were two empty cash bags.

Juggalos – Brainwashing the Youth


Remember when people used to ask you what you wanted to be when you grow up, well about a week ago I asked my 10 year old niece what she wanted to be. Her response was a Juggalette. I asked her why and she said the only time she feels complete is when shes got her face all painted up hangin out with auntie lette and uncle lo and all our friends. This is where i corrected her we aren’t friends we’re family.

10 YEAR OLD DREAMS OF BEING A BUM GROWING UP
NOT A PRINCESS
NOT A ACTOR
NOT A DOCTOR
NOT A TEACHER
BUT A JUGGALETTE

The word Juggalo banned on Pakistani Phones


“Do not forget to strap on your helmet before getting on your motorcycle.” “I got the tickets for Twilight. Hurry up or you’ll miss showtime!” “This teacher is so boring. She’s killing me.”
Next week, these text messages could be banned in Pakistan.

Do the above sentences seem innocuous? Harmless perhaps? If a proposed ban passes in Pakistan, none of the above sentences could be sent as text messages.

The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) compiled a list of over 1,000 words, the majority in English, that they deem “pornographic or offensive to Islam,” Newsweek Pakistan reported.

A document online that purports to be the banned word list reads like a primer on junior-high-level sex slang with some surprising additions, including the terms “Juggalo” and “Jesus Christ” (who knew the Insane Clown Posse had a following in Pakistan?).

On Monday, Newsweek reports mobile operators postponed implementing the ban, saying they needed further clarification, but that the ban could take place within a week’s time.

On Twitter, users have started construing possible text messages that would be banned under the regulations. ““My donkey refuses to cart the milk. He is such a bad ass,” one reads.

Juggalo Problem – Buchanan High School focus of recent violence and vandalism


READ THIS AGAIN JUGGALO IDIOTS
SOMEONE SAYS THEY ARE NOT A JUGGALO THEY GET BEAT UP – SERIOUSLY DONT TRY AND SAY THIS IS PEOPLE BEATING UP JUGGALOS

““As many as five young men asked a 15-year-old on his way home walking north from Garfield Elementary School if he was a Juggalo. He told them he was not,” ”

AND THEN HE GOT BEAT UP

THIS IS THE JUGGALO GANG ONCE AGAIN JUGGALOS ARE JUST MISREPRESENTING THE TRUTH TO PUSH THE JUGGALO AGENDA.

Clovis Police are starting to increase their security efforts surrounding the Buchanan High School community due to four separate incidents involving assault and vandalism in the past month.

Buchanan High School

The most recent crime was reported this past late Friday night in one of the parking lots on the high school campus, which is located next to the cross streets of Minnewawa and Nees Avenues, in the city of Clovis. That crime saw four different tires belonging to varsity football players being slashed.

The players were away for a playoff game versus Tulare Union High School this past Friday, and took a bus down south. The four cars left behind in the parking lot were vandalized. Police indicated that all four vehicles that had their tires slashed had Buchanan varsity football stickers.

A Clovis PD press release also gave details of a Nov. 12 incident involving a teenage 15-year-old boy getting beaten and having his bicycle stolen, while riding along near the campus tennis courts with some of his friends.

“As many as six young men jumped him and began kicking and hitting him before stealing his BMX bike,” the release said.

Another story reported of a Halloween incident around 9 p.m. south of the tennis courts in a field on the campus, which involved three assault victims ages 16-18.

“Six young men began circling the 18-year-old victim. He told officers they kicked and hit him before spraying him, his 16-year-old girlfriend, and their 17-year-old friend with pepper spray while accusing them of being Juggalos” the police release said.

The 18-year-old was taken to the hospital and was treated for injuries. The fourth and final report also referred to another Halloween altercation.

This one came before 10:00 p.m. near Garfield Elementary School, which is next to Buchanan. A 15-year-old was making his trek home on foot all alone before being approached.

“As many as five young men asked a 15-year-old on his way home walking north from Garfield Elementary School if he was a Juggalo. He told them he was not,” the release stated. “Then, one of the suspects punched him in the face, knocking him to the ground. While the suspects ran off, the victim got up and walked toward Buchanan High.”

Officers are beginning to believe that all four incidents are not only gang related, but also may have ties to a gang called the Juggalo gang, who are known for wearing black and white paint on their faces to resemble the hip-hop music group Insane Clown Posse.

Typical Juggalo Makeup

According to a Nov. 2 story from the Los Angeles Times, only four states so far have recognized the Juggalo gang; California, Utah, Arizona and Pennsylvania. But as many as 21 states have recognized criminal Juggalo subsets according to that same report.

Clovis Police officials have confirmed that the victims have no affiliation with a Juggalo gang and that they were wearing Halloween costumes before being assaulted.

The police department is increasing patrols around the campus at night. Anyone with information on the suspects of interest is being urged to call the Clovis Police Department at (559) 324-2800, or Crime Stoppers at (559) 498-STOP.

Salt lake city explains why they see juggalos as a gang


SALT LAKE CITY — A recent national report released by the FBI lists Salt Lake County as a community with one of the top 10 worst gang problems in the entire nation.

But following a recent inquiry by KSL News, federal officials Friday retracted some of those statistics and admitted there was a big error in calculating the data for Utah.

While gangs are still a serious problem in Salt Lake County, the FBI on Friday said there are an estimated 2,500 gang members in the county — not more than 15,000 as the bureau originally reported.
“I think the (FBI) stat is erroneous. The suggestion that Salt Lake has 15,000 documented gang members is inaccurate. How that inaccuracy was achieved, I don’t know,” Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim Winder told KSL News last week. “I think the Metro numbers are very accurate.”

In October, the National Gang Intelligence Center released its 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment report. According to the report, Salt Lake County ranks ninth in the nation for having the most gang members, with 15,574. That number also put Salt Lake County in fourth place in the West for the county with the most gang members, ahead of counties such as Clark County, Nev., Orange County, Calif., San Diego County, Riverside County, Calif., and Ventura County, Calif.

When officers with the Salt Lake Metro Gang Unit saw the numbers, they immediately knew they were flawed.

“I think the (FBI) stat is erroneous. The suggestion that Salt Lake has 15,000 documented gang members is inaccurate. How that inaccuracy was achieved, I don’t know,” Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim Winder told KSL News last week. “I think the Metro numbers are very accurate.”

The Metro Gang Unit said it had counted about 2,500 documented gang members in Salt Lake County, about 13,000 fewer than what the FBI reported.

KSL News contacted the FBI’s Salt Lake City Office about how the numbers were tabulated.

After two weeks of making calls back to national headquarters in Washington D.C., David Johnson, special agent-in-charge of the Salt Lake field office, was informed that the Salt Lake County numbers are wrong.

The group that compiled the report had apparently asked each individual police agency in Salt Lake County to submit reports about the number of gang members in the county. The data was likely added all together as if each city had broken down its numbers, rather than the cities submitting numbers for the county population of gang members.

The group that compiled the report had apparently asked each individual police agency in Salt Lake County to submit reports about the number of gang members in the county. The data was likely added all together as if each city had broken down its numbers, rather than the cities submitting numbers for the county population of gang members.

“We think they were just compounded. The number was consistently about 2,500 from each of the reporting agencies. We just think whoever calculated them added them up,” Johnson said.

The FBI now says there are an estimated 2,500 gang members in Salt Lake County, the same number that the Metro Gang Unit compiled.

Johnson noted that the statistics for the report were compiled by people in Washington D.C. Neither his office nor the FBI’s Safe Streets Task Force had a role in making up the report.

“The data call went out. Agencies here responded to that data call. And all of the analysis and totaling was done back there, not here,” he said.

According to the original report, “The assessment is based on federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement and corrections agency intelligence, including information and data provided by the National Drug Intelligence Center (NDIC) and the National Gang Center. Additionally, this assessment is supplemented by information retrieved from open source documents and data collected through April 2011.”

Johnson said the Salt Lake County statistics are believed to be a “fairly isolated incident” and the entire FBI report is not flawed.

While the gang problem in the county isn’t nearly as bad as originally reported, gang members still pose a “significant threat” as they continue to participate in drug-related crimes and violent crimes in Salt Lake County, Johnson said. Much of activity and crimes committed by gangs in the county are “profit driven,” he said.

The report noted that Utah is one of five states that reported the most activity of Juggalos. Juggalos are fans of the rap group Insane Clown Posse. But four states — including Utah — now classify Juggalos as a gang, according to the FBI.

“Juggalos’ disorganization and lack of structure within their groups, coupled with their transient nature, makes it difficult to classify them and identify their members and migration patterns,” the FBI report states. “Transient, criminal Juggalo groups pose a threat to communities due to the potential for violence, drug use/sales, and their general destructive and violent nature.”

At the Metro Gang Unit’s annual gang conference, a training class on Juggalos has been one of the most popular for several years. During the 2007 Utah Gang Conference, an officer teaching a class on Juggalos admitted that Utah officials struggled with whether to classify them as a gang, noting that the majority of Juggalos were just juveniles who liked the music of Insane Clown Posse.

But because enough of them engaged in a pattern of criminal behavior and fit the criteria for being classified as a gang, they were included in their gang monitoring.

The FBI gang threat assessment report also noted that Utah is one of several states experiencing a “significant increase” in outlaw motorcycle gangs.

Juggalos attack on halloween , start punching members of the public and stealing bikes…


(Press Release) Clovis Police are stepping up patrols around the Buchanan High School complex at night after three reports of batteries on juveniles and one 18-year-old on the campus over the past two weeks. The latest incident happened on about 8:00 p.m. on November 12th when a 15-year-old was “riding bikes” with his friends near the tennis courts. As many as six young men jumped him and began kicking and hitting him before stealing his BMX bike. MMFWCL JUGGALOS

The other two incidents happened on Halloween night. The first took place just before 9:00 p.m. south of the tennis courts in a field on campus. Six young men began circling the 18-year-old victim. He told officers they kicked and hit him before spraying him, his 16-year-old girlfriend, and their 17-year-old friend with pepper spray while accusing them of being Juggalos. The 18-year-old went to the hospital for treatment of injuries.

The second Halloween night incident happened just before 10:00 p.m. As many as five young men asked a 15-year-old on his way home walking north from Garfield Elementary School if he was a Juggalo. He told them he was not. Then, one of the suspects punched him in the face, knocking him to the ground. While the suspects ran off, the victim got up and walked toward Buchanan High.

Officers believe the last two incidents are related due to the “Juggalo” reference. None of the victims is a member of a Juggalo gang. All were wearing Halloween costumes.

Clovis Police are working to gather information about the suspects in all three cases, and are increasing patrols around the campus complex at night. If you have any information, you are asked to call the Clovis Police Department at (559) 324-2800 or Crime Stoppers at (559) 498-STOP.

Esham – The True Creator of Juggalos PSA



Esham the inventor of juggalos , not the current crop of fakes and gang members which want him dead has spoken.
Some words from the heart hoping it can heal some deep wounds made by myself…… A juggalo PSA let us forgive our brothers who have trespassed against us … I only did on to others what they have done to me forgive me
Esham is man enough to admit he was wrong , so are the juggalos that want him dead men or mice ???
And all joe bruce needs to do is admit he screwed esham over when he was on psy , which is truth.

Nazi Juggalos – Confirmed Gang by the FBI


Are you saying juggalos are not racist ???

Well the nazi juggalo gang exists and is on the fbi list of known gangs.
I think its time to throw the false calims that juggalos are not racist out the window.

http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/2011-national-gang-threat-assessment/2011%20National%20Gang%20Threat%20Assessment%20%20Emerging%20Trends.pdf
nazi juggalo gang

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http://www.lotbx.athena-server.com/index.php/topic,1218.15.html

MMFWCL to the nazi juggalo gang brothers in the so called non racist juggalo family

 

Juggalo Gang fight at mt hope school


Schools please stop this juggalo gang problem.

One Mt. Hope High School student was rushed to the hospital and another was arrested following a fight after school on Thursday afternoon that touched off a torrent of reactions throughout the student body. The injured student is a member of a clique that identifies itself with a gang name, prompting some students to fear retaliation on Friday.

According to Bristol Police Lt. Steven Contente, two males were involved in a fight in the bus circle at Mt. Hope High School shortly after school let out.

“One of the boys was transported to the hospital with facial injuries and the other was taken to the station and will be referred to Family Court for assault,” Contente said.

The fight doesn’t end there. Students have created a frenzy on Facebook surrounding the fight and the student rushed to the hospital, who refers to himself as a “Juggalo,” a known name for devoted fans of the band Insane Clown Posse (ICP).

According to a number of students at Mt. Hope, the Juggalos are a group of students who hang out together and share a common music appreciation for ICP and wear black face paint on their lips and around their eyes, similar to the makeup worn by the band.

However, Juggalos across the nation have been making headlines as FBI-recognized gang members. According to a recent article by Rolling Stone Magazine, the 2011 FBI National Gang Threat Assessment announced that Juggalos are a newly recognized gang whose crimes are “sporadic, disorganized, individualistic” and involve “simple assault, personal drug use and possession, petty theft and vandalism.”

One member of the group at Mt. Hope recently denied the rumors that he and his friends were a “gang.” On Facebook he wrote,

“I had someone tell me this morning I’m not a Juggalo and it’s not who I am well I’m sorry to the good friend who said this to me cuz I am a Juggalo and I’m down with the clown for life cuz I found my true family for life that always will have my back so f*** all you haters who can act like wiggers and preps but we can’t be who the f*** who we are and you wanna tell us we’re not Juggalos cuz to you people it’s a gang and your f****** wrong it’s a family and family lives forever WHOOP WHOOP!!!”

After the fight, Facebook exploded with status changes and comments from Mt. Hope students calling out the group of students.

“There’s probably only one in every 10 posts on my news feed right now that doesn’t have anything to do with the Juggalos,” one senior said, noting that most of the posts were either hateful or fearful of the Juggalos. “Some people are worried that the Juggalos are going to retaliate and some are ready to fight these kids.”

On Twitter, a Mt. Hope student with the username BruceyBYall115, wrote, “This juggalo shit is getting way out of hand,” and followed up with a second tweet saying, “I’m deff afraid to go to school tomorrow….”

But to other students and social media users who have been kept in the loop, fearing or hating the group of students is a joke.

On Twitter, user WakaFlockaJordn responded to the hype to say, “to all my friends in Bristol, In order to destroy the Juggalos you must lure them into traps with Faygo and ICP merch.”

One Mt. Hope senior said she doesn’t buy into the widespread rumors.

“This is the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard of,” she said. “Seriously, I think the people that are talking about it are way worse than the people who are dressing like that. No one is going to do anything, and in a week it’ll be over.”

One parent, worried that bullying has not been properly addressed at Mt. Hope, said she knows some of the kids known as Juggalos and says they are the furthest thing from an organized gang.

“I know some of these kids and their parents,” she said. “They’re good kids. If anything, they’re the ones being picked on just because of the way they are dressed.”

For another parent, the stories being told are just too much to ignore.

“It is very unsettling to hear, because as a parent, you want to know that your kids are safe at school.”