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Hatchet Man Mafia – New juggalo gang busted for graffiti -FLORIDA JUGGALOS

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Five juveniles ranging in age from 9 to 16 have been arrested for allegedly defacing the Bratt Community Park back in June with claims about the “mafia”.

Sometime June 9 or 10, deputies said the five juveniles used paint and permanent markers to leave graffiti on 13 picnic tables, the playground equipment, concrete and a covered shelter at the Bratt Community Park on West Highway, near Northview High School.

The five juveniles charged were a 9-year old male from Walnut Hill, a 16-year old female from Walnut Hill, a 12-year old male from Pensacola, a 16-year old female from Century and a
13-year old male from Walnut Hill. All were charged with misdemeanor criminal mischief, according to the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies said the juveniles were questioned in the presence of the parents, and all admitted to taking part in the incident. Their parents were all described by the Sheriff’s Office as being extremely cooperative in the investigation.

Much of the graffit referenced the “ICP”, “Wicked Clowns”, “Juggalos” and “Hatchet Man Mafia” — all references to the music and personas of Insane Clown Posse, a hardcore hip hop duo known for their supernatural and horror-themed graphic lyrics.

“The hatchet man mafia rules you and the park,” a paragraph of profanity-laced graffiti read on a children’s slide.

The graffiti at North Escambia’s newest park, which was completed last fall, was full of profanity on the picnic tables and children’s playground. It also contained references to several names and even phone numbers — giving the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office several leads on the culprits.

Most of the graffiti was removed from the park by an Escambia County prisoner work crew at an approximate cost to the county of $250.

Editor’s note: Names of juveniles charged with misdemeanors in Florida are not public record.

Pictured: Five juveniles have been charged in connection with this graffiti that was discovered in mid-June at the Bratt Community Park. NorthEscambia.com photos, click to enlarge.


The read question is what are the parents doing letting 9 year olds listen to the vile music of icp and then not looking at their kids while they deface and destroy public property with gang signs ???

Hatchet Man or Meat Cleaver Man ???

Psychopathic was so upset that one of their artists would want to do a song called “Meat Cleaver” that they made them remove it from the album’s re-release.

Listen to the chorus

Runnin with a meat cleaver, yo!
And if you missed it the name is Twiztid
Runnin with a meat cleaver, yo!
Boriqua, Myzery, para la isla
Runnin with a meat cleaver, yo!
Shaggs and J, Insane Clown Posse
Runnin with a meat cleaver, yo!

Icp Runnin with a meat cleaver
sounds a aweful lot like running with the hatchet ???

Hatchet man was originaly meat cleaver man and juggalos wear meat cleaver gear.

Juggalo pukes all over carpark and his hatchet man chain before juggalo concert

I wonder who cleaned up his mess or if he just left it there and didnt try to get it hosed off or pour water on it.
this is disgusting and the dude covered in puke dunks his hatchetman into the puke and puts it on before moshing with juggalos at this concert.
Mighty death puke

Juggalo on trial for murder – member of Insane Clown Posse gang

Insane Clown Posse gang members live on the edge of society and adhere to an ‘almost cult-like religion’
By Bob Fowler
News Sentinel

CLINTON, Tenn. — A man accused of chopping his mother-inlaw to death with a hatchet is a member of the Insane Clown Posse gang, an expert testified Monday.

As Robert Edward Fritts’ murder trial entered its second week, prosecutors introduced evidence linking him to ardent followers of the horror-themed, ultra-violent hip-hop band who have embarked on crime sprees.

Insane Clown Posse gang members live on the edge of society and adhere to an “almost cult-like religion,” said Detective Sgt. Tom Walker, supervisor of the Knox County Sheriff’s Office’s gang investigation unit.

I believe he (Fritts) is a member of the (Insane Clown Posse) gang,” Walker told the nine-woman, threeman Anderson County jury. Evidence introduced Monday revealed Fritts’ fascination with both the band and hatchets.

Fritts showed jurors his Insane Clown Posse tattoos, including his right forearm, where the band’s logo — the Running Hatchet Man — is imprinted.

Fritts also kept his musings and lyrics akin to those of the band in a notebook at victim Teresa Anne Busler’s home.

“Murder, bloody murder, baby,” Fritts wrote in the notebook. “My ax is not like the rest.”

Fritts, 27, is accused of bludgeoning and chopping the back of 45- year-old Busler’s head at least 11 times in the bedroom of her Andersonville area residence in March 2007.

Prosecutor Sandra Donaghy said in opening statements there was a “white substance” on Busler’s face and one arm when her body was discovered.
Walker on Monday testified that Insane Clown Posse acolytes frequently paint their faces white to resemble clowns.

After he was charged with first-degree murder two months following the horrifi c slaying and jailed, Fritts talked with other inmates about the crime, according to testimony Monday.

Dustin Dalton, who shared a cell with Fritts in 2009, testifi ed he kept badgering Fritts about the charges against him.

“(Fritts) finally said, ‘Eventually I just snapped, and when I came to, she was dead,’ ” Dalton testified.

Donaghy has said the state’s theory is that Fritts killed Busler with a hatchet that Busler’s husband kept between their bedsprings and mattress as security.

That hatchet was found a week later in a crawlspace over the Buslers’ garage.

Testimony is expected to continue most of the week.

So this juggalo paints up , listens to icps lyrics then blacks out and commits a murder – please dont come here saying he was not a juggalo when the evidence is there in black and white.
Ban the juggalo gang.

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anyone who sees the “Hatchet Man,” an ICP symbol, should report it to police

Threat of MS-13 Gang in Franconia Area, Police Say

Fairfax County Police Department Gang Unit detectives speaking to Franconia’s Citizen Advisory Committee meeting last week brought bad news and good news. The bad: The Franconia area is threatened by Salvadoran gang MS-13, a group so notorious one detective called it a terrorist threat. The good: Gang activity in area high schools is at a new low.

The two detectives who spoke at the CAC meeting at the Franconia Government Center asked not to be photographed or named in this story for their own safety.

The detectives estimated there are more than 100 gangs in Fairfax County, and between 2,000 and 3,000 gang members. The Franconia District, which includes Kingstowne, Rose Hill and parts of Annandale and Lorton, has 13 gangs, according to a list the detectives showed.

While gang members in the area are rarely obvious, they can be spotted by a keen observer, one detective said.

“You will see them flagging out there,” the detective said, referring to gang members flashing handsigns or wearing gang colors.

Gang activity in local high schools is lower than it was a few years ago, according to one detective, although the gang list did include a group specific to Hayfield High School—the Latin Homies. One detective talked about the investigation of the Tiny Rascal Gang at Edison High School in 2010.

“We took care of those kids real quick,” he said.

Even Lee High School, which experienced a spate of gang graffiti after a 2007 murder at Springfield Mall tied to MS-13, has quieted down, detectives said.

Still, the detectives said the Franconia Police District continues to be threatened by gangs. MS-13 is the ”biggest threat right now” in the area, according to one detective. The gang is also active in the McLan and Mason districts.


Another detective said some crime in Franconia may be perpetrated by another, less traditional gang: people who listen to the rap group Insane Clown Posse.

Fans of the group, who call themselves “juggalos” or, for female fans, “juggalettes,” listen to “horrorcore” music, a subgenre of rap that focuses on gruesome topics like murder and rape, a detective said. He said juggalos have been responsible for assaults, robberies, child pornography, and even a murder in Fairfax County. He declined to name the murder case.

The detective cautioned that listening to the Insane Clown Posse, or even being a juggalo, does not mean a person is a criminal.

“Don’t freak out,” he advised people who might know a juggalo, saying listening to the music does not make a person a criminal. The detective described attending an ICP concert in Norfolk, Va., and being treated well by a juggalo who thought he was a fan.

“A lot of people consider them a cult,” he said. According to the detective, Rose Hill’s Gangster Disciples consider themselves juggalos.

The detectives said anyone who sees the “Hatchet Man,” an ICP symbol, should report it to Fairfax County police. The image, the silhouette of a running man carrying a hatchet or cleaver, can sometimes be seen on cars, according to the detective. He asked that people send them the license plate numbers of cars with the Hatchet Man logo.

“I’d just like to talk to [reported juggalos],” the detective said.

The detectives urged anyone with gang-related information to contact the unit at 703-246-2511.



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Another Juggalo commiting murders – battle-ax case goes to trial

Juggalo Cody Augustine had told friends he planned to kill whoever gave him the STD. Augustine, 23, is charged with first-degree felony attempted murder with injury and faces three years to life in prison if convicted.

Police have said Stapley and Augustine are members of the Juggalos, fans of the Insane Clown Posse rap group. Juggalos and their female counterparts, Juggalettes, are classified as a gang by Utah law enforcement.

A “hatchet man” necklace belonging to Stapley that was found at the crime scene and an emblem on his vehicle are linked to the Juggalos, police said.””

Juggalo gang – some members wear suits and fedora-style hats and Facepaint

“Man” charged with shooting couple on Maple Valley trail

Posted by Jennifer Sullivan

An 18-year-old Maple Valley man who is accused of shooting and wounding a couple on the Lake Wilderness Trail on Dec. 27 was charged Monday with two counts of first-degree assault.

According to court documents, a 16-year-old girl and her 18-year-old boyfriend were on the trail when they ran in to Shayne D. Willis, and his friend, another 18-year-old man. The boyfriend accused Willis’ friend of being a member of a particular gang, according to court documents.

Willis, who was dressed in a suit and wearing a fedora hat while walking on the trail, allegedly warned the couple that he was armed and then showed them his gun, police and prosecutors say. Willis told the couple he would count to three and then fire if they were still there, court documents say.

When Willis got to three, he fired one round, which went through the boyfriend’s shoulder and struck the girl in the head, according to the King County Sheriff’s Office. The boyfriend called 911 at 1:32 p.m. Deputies said neither suffered life-threatening injuries.

When sheriff’s investigators questioned Willis he said that he’s not in a gang, but is a former “Juggalo,” a nickname for fans of the Detroit-based heavy metal/rap duo Insane Clown Posse. Investigators, in their report, said Willis carried a wallet with the Insane Clown Posse logo embossed on it. Deputies say he also has several tattoos on his neck and arm which are “representative of the Juggalo gang,” charging papers said.

Sheriff’s Detective Jake Pavlovich wrote in his report that “Juggalo gang members typically wear suits and fedora-style hats to identify themselves as members.”

Willis’ friend wore a hat and necklace featuring “a running hatchet man,” a symbol associated with the Insane Clown Posse and Juggalos, charges said.

Willis was booked at King County Jail for investigation of assault. According to prosecutors, he is being housed in the psychiatric ward at the King County Jail.

Willis’ friend, who The Seattle Times is not identifying because he has not been charged, was taken into custody but was not booked into jail.

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