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Juggalo Holocaust Bans Icp Gang T-shirts / Handcuffs Juggalo


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Juggalo holocaust strikes again this time in Albuquerque.
15 juggalos have been forced to turn their juggalo gang tshirts with icps logo the hatchet man inside out and one juggalo was arrested and put into hand cuffs for trying to fight JH and the LAW.

ICP recommending Suicide – proof and Lyrics


A Juggalo Claims “N icp’s lyrics say absolutely nothin bout killen urself, or anything even close to tht!!! Fuck all u juggalo haterza, we dnt have time to listen to ur bullshit, by the way country is actaully considered the most suicidal muzik there is, fuq u!!! Mmfwcl… ”

Lets post some Lyrics where icp recommends and promotes suicide to juggalos

Please see a depression center in you nearest state if you want to take your life , we at JH dont condone the message given by icp and other bands in their group.


Lyrics are only posted for parents and welfare groups to see the damage icps music can do to innocent lives.

ICP – Aint Your Bidness

Maybe i’m upset that you left me, i‘ll hang myself right above your bed ” you should try suicide”

Icp – Piggy Pie

Skit at the end of song has one of the insane clown posse taunt someone into committing suicide.

Icp – Suicide Hotline

Entire song is a fake call to a suicide hotline with lines such as
“Theres so many fuckin reasons why I dont even need to be here anymore, Imma put a slug in my fuckin head” and “I dont wanna look back ’cause its gonna hurt
I slice my wrist and It’s gonna squirt” –

while the song ends with a positive the caller changes his mind it is still scary the message this sends out.

Twiztid – Death Note


Need another second to deliberate another way to go
Something way more artistic and a lot more painful
Sleeping pills, no that’s wack
They can pump your stomach and you’ll come right back ”


Now that you know that it’s time to go (die)
Whatcha gonna write in your death note (suicide)
If you tell me how the story unfolds (die)
Tell me what’s to cause your let go (and they say) ”

and more explicit lyrics from dark lotus song – hurt myself

“If you fail just return to start
Self defecation is a beautiful art”

Again as parents you should be asking yourselves should my children be listing to icp , if your child is moody or depressed please ban them from listing to icp.

Please see a depression center in you nearest state if you want to take your life , we at JH dont condone the message given by icp and other bands in their group.

PUEBLO LAW enforcement – Target Juggalo gangs


PUEBLO LAW enforcement officials note that gang activity is on the rebound here after a decade of relative respite.

Several shootings and incidents of violence in recent months have been gang-related, and there’s been a spike in gang-related graffiti. Late in the spring gang specialists reported there are 28 recognizable gangs in Pueblo, with about 400 members in all.

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The gangs range from motorcycle gangs to cult-like followers of the Detroit rap group Insane Clown Posse to groups of graffiti painters.

Much of the violence is committed in low-income areas, but there have been drive-by shootings in more affluent areas of the city, including the Union Avenue Historic District. Puebloans should not have to live in fear of gang violence.

Police Chief Jim Billings has taken a cue from his predecessor, Ruben Archuleta, who successfully countered increased gang activity and violence in the mid-1990s. During that time, the department used a lot of techniques that were effective.

The key weapon used then was good police work that ended in the arrest and conviction of the gang leaders. Now, however, police say some of those leaders have served their time in prison and are returning to the streets.

But gangs don’t necessarily commit all their criminality inside the city limits. That’s why a city-county gang task force of police and sheriff’s deputies makes sense.

Nipping gang activity in the bud is far better than waiting until there’s more blood spilled.

Young Juggalos – Society’s problem


from a juggalo myspace

rude pictures of clowns , violent imagery and the picture of a child with the words family.
Wont these juggalos ever worry about how much damage their music and lifestyle does to their children.
should juggalos be allowed to have children?

Aryan race- The secret behind racist juggalos


Juggalos believe in WHITE POWER! THIS IS OUR WORLD! WOOP WOOP! MMFWCL TO ALL MY REAL (aryan) JUGGALOS! once agains juggalos prove that the majority are racist thugs … is this what you want your children to become .. Ban Icp === JH

another juggalo gang attack – JH is a group willing to stop the crimes …


juggalos gang

another day another gang crime commited by face painted idiots . The Jh is a group willing to help convert your child into a law abiding citizan . please visit http://juggaloholocaust.com/ to help protect your children from becoming criminals

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Two teens arrested for beating homeless people are members of an emerging street gang known for painting their faces like clowns, say police.

Jonathan Appelt and Robert Griffin told officers they were “juggalos” when they were arrested for three violent attacks on the homeless, said Lt. Tim Brewer

Juggalos have their roots in a rap group called the Insane Clown Posse. They paint their faces black and white, like ICP members, and sometimes wear clothing or have tattoos of the Hatchetman, an ICP logo.

Appelt had a hatchet similar to one carried by the Hatchetman when he was arrested, said Brewer.

Brewer said the suspects were known to paint their faces black and white, although they were not painted when they allegedly attacked homeless men in October and twice in January.

Corvalls Police Capt. John Sassman classifed Appelt and Griffin as the gang’s ringleaders. He estimated the Corvallis group had anywhere from two to 10 people in it.

“It is kind of disturbing to have an emerging group that is involved in criminal activity,” said Brewer.

The group popped up on the police department’s radar last summer when a young man snatched a woman’s purse in downtown. She described the suspect as a young man with his face painted black and white.

While the majority of ICP fans, who call themselves juggalos, are in gangs, some criminal sects have formed.

Corvallis police believe Appelt and Griffin are involved in one of those sects.

“I think any time you have a group of individuals that have a common ideology or intent to commit crimes and identify themselves with a certain type of appearance or dress or following,” said Lt. Brewe, “and they’re also committing crimes such as these, I do believe that makes them a criminal gang. Not to say that everyone juggalo is a gang.”

On Monday, Benton County Chief Deputy District Attorney Christian Stringer to dismiss one count of robbery in the second degree and one count of intimidation in the second degree against each suspect.

According to court documents, “the alleged victim in counts 1 & 2 admittedly lied about the circumstances of the assault, robbery and intimidation. While the police were learning of this new information, Defendant Robert Griffin asked to contact police officers from the jail and subsequently told the police that he had given a false confession relating to that incident.”

A grand jury is deciding whether or not to charge Appelt and Griffin with other counts.

The suspects were also arrested in December in connection with the theft of $4,000 worth of equipment belonging to the Oregon State University crew team facility.

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Juggalos attack student for not following the cult of insane clown posse…


(CNN) — Her choppy blue-and-blond hair hiding the fear in her eyes, a 15-year-old voiced her dislike for a hip-hop music group and got punched in the face by a classmate. The whole thing was caught on tape and social media helped police in their investigation.

A crowd of six to 10 classmates were following the self-described emo girl and her boyfriend home from school in Newark, Ohio, on an autumn day in September. Some kids were taping it and others were egging on the assailant, who was on the school wrestling team. It all started because Alexis Xanders doesn’t like Insane Clown Posse.

One of the students who recorded the incident contacted Xanders on MySpace and sent her the video two months later. The teen says she wanted something done, so she uploaded the video to YouTube and CNN iReport last week.

While only six to 10 people witnessed the alleged assault, the video has received more than 1,000 views on CNN iReport to date.

A local newspaper reporter saw the video and alerted the local police department, says Newark Police Sgt. Scott Snow. A police report was filed on September 24, and authorities are now investigating the other kids in the video who were goading the suspect.

The 15-year-old suspect, who CNN is not naming because she is a minor, was charged as a juvenile Tuesday with individual counts of assault, menacing and unlawful restraint, Licking County Prosecutor Ken Oswalt said. He also confirmed they are looking into charging other people from the video for inciting the fight.

The same day as the bullying incident, Chicago, Illinois, honors student Derrion Albert was beaten to death. The incident was captured on video and shared online. Three teens pleaded not guilty and were set to appear at a hearing on Wednesday.

These examples of bullying are not isolated incidents. Cameras are very accessible these days and social networking has made it easy to post videos for anyone to see.

Dr. Patricia Walton Agatston, a counselor with the Cobb Prevention/Intervention Center in Marietta, Georgia, is co-author of “Cyber Bullying: Bullying in the Digital Age.” She says posting videos online allows for bullies to be more visible to authorities.

Nancy Willard, director of the Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use, says tracking bullying arrests and charges that arise from videos posted online is no easy task. “There’s no source of that kind of data. Nobody’s in a position to track that,” she said.

When Xanders posted the video to CNN iReport, she wanted something to happen, but she didn’t expect to see a detective at her door the next day.

“Someone did see it and sent it to a detective. I didn’t think anything would actually happen with all of this because it happens all the time,” the high school freshman told CNN. The mother of the teen suspect could not be reached for comment on Wednesday.

Xanders says the suspect hasn’t liked her since fifth grade, when the harassment allegedly started. “I don’t really know why. She just never liked me,” she said.

“They would wait for me everyday after school. … I didn’t go to school the day before. They were in a big huge group, waiting and stuff. Once all of my friends were walking, we’d have five or six people, but that day it was only me and [my boyfriend], she did something.”

Officer David Bardsley and the school principal held a peer mediation session between the two girls a couple of days before the assault.

The suspect said, “They were talking crap about me,” according to Bardsley. But, after a 20-minute conversation, the girls assured him everything had been smoothed over.

Whenever the school becomes aware of bullying, it gets Bardsley involved immediately. He’s been the officer on the grounds of Newark High School for nine years. He stands behind the peer mediation process at the school, which has 1,700 to 1,800 students enrolled.

“I would say that more than 90 percent would be an accurate success rate,” he said. “Most of the kids say that when we rationalize with them, they realize that they’re being silly.”

Doug Ute, the superintendent of Newark City Schools, confirmed Wednesday that the suspect agreed not to attend the school’s homecoming celebrations.

Since charges were filed, the high school has barred her from participating on the school wrestling team. The suspect is no longer a student, as she withdrew from the school, Ute said.

“Anytime there’s bullying or harassment, it’s an unfortunate incident and we discourage that type of behavior with our students,” he said.

Xanders, who dyes her hair frequently and rocks out to alternative and scream-o music, uploaded the video to iReport and says she told her parents about it afterward. Tanya Xanders, her mother, said she didn’t mind, especially if the video might help bring attention to bullying.

In the video, Xanders did not push back or return a punch. “She’s not a fighter… that’s what she’s all about,” her father, Chad Bartlett, told CNN.

Xanders says that while she stood back from fighting, she’d tell other kids who are being bullied to fight back in another way.

“Tell somebody and do something about it,” she said. “Don’t just sit there and take it. You can use your words and not your hands.”

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