Monthly Archives: December 2011

Juggalos a gang in 21 states and nationwide via the fbi and a happy new year to our fine members

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment, law enforcement in at least 21 states have identified criminal Juggalo sub-sets.

Congratulations to all jh members for the fine work , we have taken the gang tag and got it expanded , so if juggalos are not a gang in your state write to your congressman , write to the police , write to judges and lets get rid of the plague .

JH has had a very successful year in 2011 and hope to be back in 2012 bigger and badder then ever.,5.0.html

Juggalo Gang Member Faces Attempted Murder Charge in Kalispell Stabbing – Murders because it felt good

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A California man faces three felony charges, including attempted murder, after police say he stabbed a Kalispell homeowner during a Dec. 12 home invasion because “it felt good.”

Prosecutors with the Flathead County Attorney’s Office have charged Dante Kirpal Kier, 19, of Santa Barbara, Calif., with attempted deliberate homicide, aggravated burglary and assault with a weapon. All three charges are felonies.

According to charging documents filed in Flathead District Court, homeowner Brian Bay was fixing the dishwasher in his southeast Kalispell house when he went out to the garage to get a tool. His wife and children were home as well.

When he returned inside, Bay said he saw Kier in the hallway. Bay confronted the intruder, who had a weapon in his hand. During the confrontation, Kier allegedly stabbed Bay in the upper arm and inside his mouth.

Prosecutors say Kier then tried to stab Bay in the ribs numerous times with what turned out to be a wood-handled steak knife. Investigators said the blade was “bent severely” after the stabbing.

Bay wrestled Kier to the ground and held him while his wife called the police at about 9:35 p.m. Officers arrived and arrested Kier. Police say Bay’s wife and children were unharmed during the incident.

Bay was taken to Kalispell Regional Medical Center where he received treatment for his injuries, which included the stab wounds to his arm and mouth, as well as bruising on his chest.

Once Kier was taken into custody, court records state that he agreed to talk with investigators without an attorney, making several voluntary statements about entering the Bays’ home and that he had “attempted murder” because “it felt good.”

When police officers canvassed the neighborhood, several of the Bays’ neighbors said they found notes on their windows that said, “Your house is being watched tonight by … the creeps.”

Kier also allegedly told police that he is a member of the Insane Clown Posse gang, and referred to himself as a Juggalo. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment, law enforcement in at least 21 states have identified criminal Juggalo sub-sets.

Juggalos are typically fans of the Insane Clown Posse, a hip-hop duo from Detroit. The duo has denounced violence in previous media interviews.

According to court documents, Kier has a conviction in Santa Barbara for entering a non-commercial dwelling in 2010. Charging documents also state that Kier’s father called KPD and said his son has a history of drug abuse and mental illness and “he believes Kier should stay in jail out of concern for the public and his son.”

Kier is in custody at the Flathead County Detention Center on $500,000 bail. Because a dangerous weapon was allegedly used in the crime, Kier faces up to 110 years in prison for attempted deliberate homicide alone.

Cold 187 – The Psychopathic Assassin

Violent music video which has got juggalos upset that a black man is killing white people – the majority of icps fans are white and this is leading to racist comments on youtube ?? where are the comments against murder ??,1714.0.html

Juggalo Home invasion suspect pleads innocent

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The 19-year-old Kalispell man who allegedly entered a home on Fifth Avenue East and stabbed the owner pleaded not guilty to felony charges Thursday in Flathead District Court.

Dante Kier is charged with attempted deliberate homicide, aggravated burglary and assault with a weapon.

In the Dec. 12 incident, he allegedly stabbed a homeowner several times before being restrained by the homeowner and later arrested by law officers.

According to court documents, the homeowner had left the house to get a tool from the garage and then found Kier in his house, confronted him and overpowered him.

Kier stabbed the man in the upper arm and inside his mouth with a steak knife, bending it “severely” during the attack.

Kier claimed to be a member of the Insane Clown Posse gang, calling himself a “Juggalo.”

If convicted on all counts, Kier faces between 12 years and life in prison or the death penalty, and a fine of up to $100,000.

Kier’s next hearing is scheduled for March 7, 2012.

He is being held at the Flathead County Detention Center with bond set at $500,000.

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Juggalo gang tagging ruins park for public

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Looking for a place to live, Donna Anderson was referred to a red house at the bottom of Rock Creek Canyon.

“I went down here and saw it and said, ‘Yeah, this is right for me,’” she said, on her front porch Dec. 2.

Tree boughs stripped of fall leaves hang over the rental property where Anderson has lived for the past seven years, and water rushes in the nearby creek. It’s the perfect place to enjoy a slice of the outdoors, she said — if it weren’t for the graffiti spray painted on rocks, bridges and other places along the canyon’s parkway.

The city-owned parkway, developed in 1997, stretches from the front of Anderson’s home near Maxwell Avenue and Shoshone Street South, to Blake Street off Addison Avenue West. At either end of the two-mile paved trail is private property.

“Something has to be done about the graffiti,” Anderson said, noting that paint is sprayed even on rocks near a cave on private property east of her home. “Juggalo” — a reference to devotees of hip-hop group Insane Clown Posse — is painted on rusted metal outside a room that a city official believes to be an old jail cell on the canyon wall west of the parkway’s Maxwell Avenue access. The initials “CJR” are painted there and elsewhere in the canyon.

“I’ve never been able to confirm it, but it’s believed that somewhere in Rock Creek was the area’s earliest jail,” said Dennis Bowyer, director of Twin Falls’ Parks and Recreation Department.

Police can’t do much about graffiti if it’s not reported, said Luke Allen, crime prevention officer for the Twin Falls Police Department. And even then it’s difficult to investigate because it often happens at night and there aren’t many clues. When graffiti is reported, a group of juvenile probationers dubbed Graffiti Busters will go into the canyon to clean it up.

During the five weeks the Times-News observed the canyon in November and early December, however, graffiti remained on the possible old jail cell and other parts of the canyon.

The last time graffiti was reported in Rock Creek Canyon was last summer, said police resource officer Matthew Triner.

If graffiti appears near a home, Allen suggests owners install motion-detector lights and report suspicious activity.

There haven’t been many calls of other problems in Rock Creek over the past couple of years, he said.

“I reviewed all calls for service in the area of the park and found one report in 2010 for littering and one complaint of shots fired in the canyon for 2011,” Allen said, noting that most activity in the canyon is from May to August.

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once again we see the juggalo family ruin things for everyone else , here they are trashing parks

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These juggalos wont be first in line for a copy of Mighty Death Pop

It’s life in prison without parole for the two ‘Juggalos’ convicted in the 2009 murder of an East Stroudsburg man. Shawn Freemore, 21, and Ian Seagraves, 19, both of Cresco, were found guilty of first-degree murder back in September