LOL ICP forgot to book concert , Blames “cops” – washington gang march concert cancelled



The free concert scheduled to follow the Juggalo March in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, September 16, 2017 will not happen due to the Prince William County Sheriff’s Department expressing “concerns” about Juggalos coming to the area where the event was originally to be held.

Psychopathic Records is currently examining its options and has contacted the American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia requesting their assistance in this matter. It is Psychopathic Records’ full intent that a free concert will still take place following the Juggalo March, which is scheduled for noon in the National Mall.

Today, Psychopathic Records released this statement concerning the unwarranted cancellation of the concert:

“Here’s the simple fact: A law enforcement agency has told thousands and thousands of people that they are not welcome in their community simply because they identify as Juggalos, which is a music-based subculture and nothing more. And this PRECISELY reflects the purpose of the Juggalo March – to call attention to the kind of casual discrimination, profiling, and bigotry that Juggalos face every day throughout these United States. This is why we are marching and also why we are calling upon fellow music artists, social activists, and public servants to join us at the March – because the basic civil liberties of thousands of taxpaying American citizens are being abused…simply because they listen to a certain type of music. To our Juggalo brothers and sisters, rest assured we are looking into all options to ensure a free concert following the Juggalo March on September 16 goes on as planned. Stay strong and remember…we are family, NOT a gang or public menace and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise!”

Juggalo Civil War #JuggaloCivilWar

Juggalos are now fighting with their MNE family
resorting to name calling , racisim and outright hate

which side are you in the juggalo civil war……

Juggalo march – Insane clown posse have done the exact same thing they got mad at eminem for – Icp are Nuttin’ But A Bitch Thang

Insane clown posse got so mad at eminem for putting their name on a flyer…..

“(I remember your ass, St. Andrews Hall),
Handing out your flyers {Come one come all,
come to my show}, I looked at it, WHAT?
Right there: Insane Clown Posse Might Show Up. ”

Yet now they are pulling the exact same stunt using more famous artists like Waka Flocka Flame
, esham , tech nine and twiztid to sell their stupid juggalo march – defend this …

Following the Juggalo March, there will be a free concert at the Jiffy Lube Live (7800 Cellar Door Drive; Bristow, VA 20136) where bands who have been personally invited by Psychopathic Records will perform to express their support for the Juggalos fight to clear their name from the FBI’s gang label. All of the artists listed below have performed at a Juggalo related live show, the Gathering of the Juggalos, or is in fact, a Juggalo band themselves. We are asking these artists to come and perform in solidarity with the Juggalos, since they have a connection to the Juggalo family. No artist will be paid–this is a strictly volunteer-only event, since Psychopathic Records is paying for all associated costs with putting on the concert and the march.

Below is the list of invited artists. Once we receive an answer from the artist on their participation status, their decision, whether ‘Accepted’ or ‘Declined’ will be updated on the list to ensure everyone knows exactly who will be performing at the concert on the evening of September 16. Check back here regularly to see who will performing at the Juggalo March Concert in Washington, D.C.

Invited Artists


2 Live Crew
Big B
Big Hoodoo
Blahzay Roze
Bone Thugs N Harmony
Brother Lynch Hung
Ces Cru
Crunchy Black
Da Mafia Six/ DJ Paul
Danny Brown
Dayton Family
DJ Clay
DJ Hoppa
Glasses Malone
G Mo Skee
Hed PE
Ice T
Ill Bill
Jarren Bendit
Jelly Roll
Johnny Richter
Juicy J
Killa C
King Gordy
Kissing Candice
Kung Fu Vampire
La Coka Nostra
Lex The Hex Master
Lil Easy E
Lil Wyte
Liquid Assassin
Lo Key
MC Chris
Mike E Clark
Moonshine Bandits
Motown Rage
Project Born
R.A. The Rugged Man
Smokehouse Junkiez
Stevie Stone
Tech N9ne
Twisted Insane
Waka Flocka Flame
Whitney Peyton
Willie D
Young Wicked
Zug Izland

Invitation Accepted

Insane Clown Posse
Anybody Killa
Big HooDoo
Blahzay Roze
DJ Clay
2 Live Crew
Glasses Malone
Kissing Candice
Jelly Roll
Vanilla Ice
Lil Wyte
Kung Fu Vampire
Liquid Assassin

Invitation Declined

Killa C

Juggalo holocaust member the boy blue running CI

Long term juggalo holocaust member and known associate of the juggalo holocaust member Mr Ceo aka Killa-mo 187 is running some CI

Wisconsin man convicted of cutting off woman’s finger during Juggalo ritual

BROWN COUNTY, WI (WBAY) – A Wisconsin man accused of amputating a woman’s finger with a machete will be sentenced in February after pleading no contest Thursday to second-degree reckless injury.

Prosecutors say Jonathan Schrap and others were at what the woman called a ritual at Schrap’s home last August to remember a fellow Insane Clown Posse fan — or Juggalo — who had died last year.

The woman told investigators she volunteered to have her arm cut and her finger cut off and she didn’t want anyone charged.

According to investigators, Schrap used a machete to make a deep cut on her arm and drank the blood from the cut. Later, someone brought up the idea of cutting off someone’s finger, and the woman volunteered her pinky. She said she was not using drugs or alcohol when this happened.

Her right pinky finger was amputated to the palm of her hand, causing her to bleed profusely. They attempted to cauterize the wound with a blow torch. When she went to her boyfriend’s house, the boyfriend’s mother convinced her to go to the emergency room, where hospital staff called police.

A charge of mayhem against Schrap was dismissed in Thursday’s plea hearing but can still be weighed by the judge when sentencing Schrap on the reckless injury charge.

That sentencing is on February 24.

Virginia Department of corrections fires juggalo for being gang member “The Agency considers it to be a dangerous conflict for an employee to be a gang member or sympathetic to a gang and also supervise members of that gang” – JH

Case No. 10804
8 only to the laws of Congress, but also to the policies, practices and decisions of State government. Section 12 of Article I of the Constitution of Virginia provides: That the freedoms of speech and of the press are among the great bulwarks of liberty, and can never be restrained except by despotic governments; that any citizen may freely speak, write, and publish his sentiments on all subjects, being responsible for the abuse of that right; that the General Assembly shall not pass any law abridging the freedom of speech or of the press, nor the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for the redress of grievances.
Grievant’s postings on her social media page expressing her enthusiasm for and
enjoyment of the music of the Insane Clown Posse are clearly speech. The question then become whether that speech is protected from interference by the Department of Corrections. In
San Diego v. Roe
543 U.S. 77, the Supreme Court held: A government employee does not relinquish all First Amendment rights otherwise enjoyed by citizens just by reason of his or her employment. See,
e. g., Keyishian
Board of Regents of Univ. of State of N. Y.,
385 U. S. 589, 605-606 (1967). On the other hand, a governmental employer may impose certain restraints on the speech of its employees, restraints that would be unconstitutional if applied to the general public. The Court has recognized the right of employees to speak on matters of public concern, typically matters concerning government policies that are of interest to the public at large, a subject on which public employees are uniquely qualified to comment. See
Connick, supra; Pickering
Board of Ed. of Township High School Dist. 205, Will Cty.,
391 U. S. 563 (1968). Outside of this category, the Court has held that when government employees speak or write on their own time on topics unrelated to their employment, the speech can have First Amendment protection, absent some governmental justification “far stronger than mere speculation” in regulating it.
United States
Treasury Employees,
513 U. S. 454, 465, 475 (1995) (
). *** This concern prompted the Court in
to explain a threshold inquiry (implicit in
itself) that in order to merit
balancing, a public employee’s speech must touch on a matter of “public [543 U.S. 83] concern.” 461 U. S., at 143 (internal quotation marks omitted).
held that a public employee’s speech is entitled to
balancing only when the employee speaks “as a citizen upon matters of

Case No. 10804
9 public concern” rather than “as an employee upon matters only of personal interest.” 461 U. S., at 147. The threshold que
stion in this case is whether Grievant’s postings
were a matter of public concern rather than on matters of personal interest. The facts presented to the Hearing Officer are not sufficient for the Hearing
Officer to conclude that Grievant’s speech was r
egarding a matter of public concern. The evidence presented showed that Grievant
postings on a social media site reflected her personal preference regarding a type of music and enjoyment of identifying with others fans of the Insane Clown Posse. Because the Hearing Officer cannot conclude that Grievant was addressing a matter of public concern, it is not appropriate
to apply the Pickering balancing test. The Agency did not violate Grievant’s freedom of
speech when it took disciplinary action against her for her postings regarding Juggalos and the Insane Clown Posse. Grievant argued that her dismissal was arbitrary or capricious. The Agency presented sufficient facts and policy to show its removal of Grievant was not in disregard of any material facts or without a reasoned basis.
Va. Code § 2.2-3005.1
authorizes Hearing Officers to order appropriate remedies
including “mitigation or reduction of the agency disciplinary action.” Mitigation must be “in accordance with rules established by the Department of
Human Resource Management
Under the
Rules for Conducting Grievance Hearings,
“[a] hearing officer must give deference to the agency’s consideration and assessment of any
mitigating and aggravating circumstances. Thus, a hearing officer may mitigate the
agency’s discipline only if, under the record evidence, the agency’s discipline exceeds the limits of reasonableness. If the hearing officer mitigates the agency’s discipline, the hearing officer shall state in the hearing decision the basis for mitigation.” A non
-exclusive list of examples includes whether (1) the employee received adequate notice of the existence of the rule that the employee is accused of violating, (2) the agency has consistently applied disciplinary action among similarly situated employees, and (3) the disciplinary action was free of improper motive. The Hearing Officer believes that the Agency is removing an otherwise valuable
employee. The Hearing Officer, however, is not a “super personnel officer” who can
substitute his human resource decision onto an agency who has met its burden of proof supporting disciplinary action. In light of the standard set forth in the Rules, the Hearing Officer finds no mitigating circumstances exist to reduce the disciplinary action.
Va. Code § 2.2-3005.

Case No. 10804
10 For the reasons stated herein, the Agenc
y’s issuance to the Grievant of a Group
III Written Notice of disciplinary action with removal is
You may file an administrative review request within
15 calendar
days from the date the decision was issued, if any of the following apply: 1. If you believe the hearing decision is inconsistent with state policy or agency policy, you may request the Director of the Department of Human Resource Management to review the decision. You must state the specific policy and explain why you believe the decision is inconsistent with that policy. Please address your request to: Director Department of Human Resource Management 101 North 14
St., 12
Floor Richmond, VA 23219 or, send by fax to (804) 371-7401, or e-mail. 2. If you believe that the hearing decision does not comply with the grievance procedure or if you have new evidence that could not have been discovered before the hearing, you may request that EDR review the decision. You must state the specific portion of the grievance procedure with which you believe the decision does not comply. Please address your request to: Office of Employment Dispute Resolution Department of Human Resource Management 101 North 14
St., 12
Floor Richmond, VA 23219 or, send by e-mail to, or by fax to (804) 786-1606. You may request more than one type of review. Your request must be in writing and must be

by the reviewer within 15 calendar days of the date the decision was issued. You must provide a copy of all of your appeals to the other party, EDR,
and the hearing officer. The hearing officer’s
decision becomes final
when the 15-calendar day period has expired, or when requests for administrative review have been decided. You may request a judicial review if you believe the decision is contradictory to law. You must file a notice of appeal with the clerk of the circuit court in the jurisdiction in which the grievance arose within
30 days
of the date when the decision becomes final.

Agencies must request and receive prior approval from EDR before filing a notice of appeal.

Case No. 10804
11 [See Sections 7.1 through 7.3 of the Grievance Procedure Manual for a more detailed
explanation, or call EDR’s toll
-free Advice Line at 888-232-3842 to learn more about appeal rights from an EDR Consultant].
/s/ Carl Wilson Schmidt
______________________________ Carl Wilson Schmidt, Esq. Hearing Offi

This is great news for those that have to deal with juggalo gangs including the juggalo riders bitch and the juggalo minish boys .

List of Juggalo gang subsets

Historical gangs[edit] The Inner City Posse (ICP), a now defunct gang founded by Insane Clown Posse member Joseph “Violent J” Bruce in the late 80s. The gang became the original name of the “I.C.P.” rap group, before the members decided to go with a horrorcore element to their stage presence.[1] Arizona[edit] Maricopa County[edit] The Juggalo Rydas Bitch (JRB) gang in Phoenix, Arizona.[2] The East Side Juggalos, a gang in Phoenix, Arizona.[2] The Red Hatchet Representing gang in Phoenix, Arizona. The gang is allies with the Bloods.[2] The Rez Life gang in Fort McDowell, Arizona. Pima County[edit] The Krazee Juggalo Mafia, a gang in Tucson, Arizona. California[edit] Solano County[edit] The 45’z[2] San Joaquin County[edit] The Homies for Life[2] The Lotis Pod Family[2] Stanislaus County[edit] The Modesto Family Klowns, a gang in Modesto, California[3] The Pyschopathic Criminal Klowns, a gang in Modesto, California[3] The Juggalo Rider Bitch gang, a gang in Modesto, California[3] The Down 2 Party gang, a gang in Modesto, California[3] The Nothing 2 Lose gang, a gang in Modesto, California[3] El Dorado County[edit] The Hangtown Klownz[2] Colorado[edit] Aurora[edit] The A-Town Voodoo Clowns[2] Denver[edit] The Denver City Killaz (DCK) The Denver’s Most Hated Juggalos (DMHJ) The Eastside Juggalos (EJ) The Kritikal Klique Souljaz (KKS) The Suicidal Killaz (SK) Garfield[edit] The Juggalo Rydas[2] Pueblo[edit] The Pueblo Clown Posse, a gang allegedly linked to the West Side Crips in Pueblo.[2] The Pueblo Town Juggalos, a gang allegedly linked to the West Side Crips in Pueblo.[2] Florida[edit] Lake County[edit] The Kotton Mouth Kings (KMK), a gang named after the rap group of the same name.[2] Iowa[edit] Dubuque[edit] In Dubuque, the Juggalos are allegedly allies of the Gangster Disciples.[2] Illinois[edit] Jo Daviess County[edit] The West Syde Clown Ryders[2] The Juggalo Rydas Bitch (JRB) gang[2] The Juggalo Street Crew (JRC)[2] Kansas[edit] Sedgwick County[edit] The Juggalo $treet Mafia (J$M), a gang with ties to the Folk Nation[2] Wichita[edit] The Juggalo $treet Mafia (J$M)[2] The Kotton Mouth Klick (KMK)[2] The Northend Villains[2] The Juggalo Rydas Bitch (JRB) gang[2] Prison system[edit] The Juggalo Ryda East Coast prison gang. The gang has ties to white supremacist prison gangs.[2] Michigan [edit] Emmet County[edit] Juggalo Minish Boys (JMB)[2] Missouri[edit] The Juggalo Rydas Bitch (JRB) gang. On September 2008, gang member Dewey W. Dixon was arrested for shooting a vacant house with a Mac-10 semiautomatic machine gun. The failed drive-by shooting was intentionally for a rival.[4] North Carolina[edit] Statesville[edit] The Juggalos of Statesville, is a gang with ties to the Sureños.[2] Oklahoma[edit] Tulsa[edit] The Juggalo Ryders, a gang allies with the Piru Bloods.[2] The 3 Ring Clique, a gang allies with the Piru Bloods.[2] The Juggalo Gang, a gang allies with the Piru Bloods.[2] Norman[edit] The Juggalo Ryder Bitch (JRB) gang.[2] Pennsylvania[edit] Lackawanna County[edit] The Juggalo Rydas Bitch (JRB) gang. The gang is affiliated to both the Bloods and the Crips locally[2] Tennessee[edit] Knoxville[edit] The Three Star Ninjas[2] Sumner County[edit] The Juggalo Rydas[2] Texas[edit] Prison[edit] The Juggalo Rydas, a gang affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan, and the peckerwood gangs Aryan Circle, and Aryan Brotherhood.[2] The 3-11 Mafia, a gang affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan, and the peckerwood gangs Aryan Circle, and Aryan Brotherhood.[2] Utah[edit] Salt Lake County[edit] The DownTown Clowns[2] The East Side Juggalo Crew[2] The Kearns Town Juggalo Crew, a gang in Kearns, Utah affiliated with the Kearns Town Bloods.[2] The Juggalo Killers (JK) in Kearns, Utah (a gang that originated in Ogden, Utah – see below).[2] The Magna Town Wicked Clowns, a gang in Magna, Utah[2] The Juggalo Killers (JK) in Magna, Utah (a gang that originated in Ogden, Utah – see below).[2] Weber County[edit] The original Juggalo Killers (JK) in Ogden, Utah. The gang is the result of incarcerated Juggalos aligning with the Aryan Brothers Liberation gang in prison.[5] Virginia[edit] Fairfax County[edit] The Gangster Disciples in Rose Hill, Fairfax County, Virginia. Members reportedly “consider themselves Juggalos.”[3] Washington[edit] King County[edit] The Downtown Juggalos, a gang in Seattle, Washington. On April 14, 2008, gang member Steven Bauder was sentenced to 26 years in prison for the murder of homeless man Noel Lopez.[6] Pierce County[edit] The 253 Wicked Klowns, a gang allies with the Piru Bloods.[2] The Tak Town Klowns, a gang allies with the Piru Bloods.[2] The Juggalo Empire gang, a gang allies with the Piru Bloods.[2] The Psychopathic Juggalos, a gang allies with the Piru Bloods.[2] Prison system[edit] The Tac Town Klowns, a gang affiliated with white supremacist prison gangs.[2] The Juggalo Rydas Bitch (JRB) gang. The gang is affiliated with white supremacist prison gangs.[2] The 420 Goon Squad, a gang affiliated with white supremacist prison gangs.[2] Wisconsin[edit] Sheboygan County[edit] The Big Money Hustlas Sheboygan (BMH$), a structured gang in Northeast Wisconsin. In 2008, it was reported that the gang contains 8 members and 6 associates – ages 14 to 21. The gang was said to be implanted by Chicago Juggalo members whom were recruiting. The same report stated that the gang had been, “linked to crimes such as graffiti, possession of narcotics, and theft.” The gang’s colors are red, black, and white; and the gang’s hand sign is the gang’s traditional “WC” for “wicked clowns”.[7] In 2008, it was reported that the gang contains 8 members and 6 associates – ages 14 to 21. The gang was said to be implanted by Chicago Juggalo members whom were recruiting. The same report stated that the gang had been, “linked to crimes such as graffiti, possession of narcotics, and theft.” The gang’s colors are red, black, and white; and the gang’s hand sign is the gang’s traditional “WC” for “wicked clowns”.[7] In 2008, it was reported that the gang contains 8 members and 6 associates – ages 14 to 21. The gang was said to be implanted by Chicago Juggalo members whom were recruiting. The same report stated that the gang had been, “linked to crimes such as graffiti, possession of narcotics, and theft.” The gang’s colors are red, black, and white; and the gang’s hand sign is the gang’s traditional “WC” for “wicked clowns”.[7]

Mastamind Disses Twiztid – 2 bitches / Two Bitches

Mastamind disses the clowns

2 verses for 2 bitches

Esham declares 2016 was his last gathering

Before the story comes out on what excatly happened – the rumor is more of the same from icp


Esham - No more Gathering of the juggalos

Esham – No more Gathering of the juggalos

Insane Clown Posse plan 2017 march on Washington

As part of its ongoing battle with the FBI, the Insane Clown Posse is planning a march on Washington, D.C. with its fanbase, who are known as Juggalos.

The announcement was made at this weekend’s Gathering of the Juggalos festival in Thornville, Ohio. ICP and its fans will take the nation’s capital on Sept. 16, 2017, frontman Joe “Violent J” Bruce announced.

“In 2017, the weekend of Sept. 17, we need you. We’re gonna do a (expletive) march on Washington,” J told fans during the group’s seminar discussion at the Gathering, an announcement that was met with hearty applause. “They call the Juggalo World a movement, right? Well, let’s move!”

J also announced the group would be throwing “a huge Juggalo concert” that weekend, free of charge, at Jiffy Lube Live in nearby Bristow, Virginia.

The route for the march was also unveiled. It will begin at the Lincoln Memorial, proceed down Constitution Ave. and will end at the Washington Monument, where artists and fans will speak about what it means to be a Juggalo.

“We are going to explain to the world who the (expletive) we really are,” J said. The following day, on Sunday, Sept. 17, the group will throw a picnic for fans, J said.

ICP has been entangled with the FBI since Juggalos were classified as a “loosely organized hybrid gang” in the FBI’s 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment report. In 2014, ICP sued the FBI and the U.S. Justice Department over the designation, but the lawsuit was dismissed by a federal judge. ICP appealed the ruling, and won an appeal in an Ohio court in September 2015.

Regarding the march, J said he was unsure how it would be received. “We don’t know what’s going to happen,” he said. “We could totally embarrass ourselves, and there could be 25 people (that show up).”

The Gathering of the Juggalos closed out its 17th year on Saturday night with a performance by ICP.

(313) 222-2284