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We here at Lette’s Respect celebrate beautiful “bearded” ladies and unconventional beauty that defies all norms and pushes the boundaries of what is acceptable. It is time to celebrate freedom of expression in all forms, without limitation or exception. Everyone is welcome, one universal family, free 2 be! That is why we believe that this year’s 2016 Miss Juggalette Pageant, a celebration of wild women, reinventing standards of beauty with no bounds with that ever-so-subtle touch of Detroit class, is ready for the amazing, incredible, death-defying presence of a TRUE circus icon–May we present our pledge to support and honor our SISTER, Miss Alexis Macknight aka Burger, in her choice to enlist in the running for the title of the Juggalette Queen 2016! We believe Alexis has the power to take the pageant up to a new level of consciousness and thought. If we are to continue forward in creating a space for universal family without limitation (and lots of laughs and clowning along the way), we can think of no other person to better carry the torch, shed the Carnival Light in the Dark, and move us forward. For that, she gets all our RESPECT in the world. #lettesrespect2016 #realjuggalofamily #allshapessizescolorsandgenders #deezycandar
THORNVILLE – A Nebraska man is being held in the Licking County Justice Center in lieu of $75,000 bond after reportedly raping a fellow concertgoer over the weekend.
Daniel B. Romisch, 26, last known address 1019 Avenue North, Scotts Bluff, Nebraska, was charged with first-degree felony rape in Licking County Common Pleas Court Monday.
According to court records, Romisch is accused of taking a woman out of a tent into a grassy area and engaging in sexual conduct.
Witnesses told police the woman appeared to not be moving, had her eyes shut and was “limp,” according to court records.
Several witnesses attempted to chase Romisch, but lost him and flagged down police.
Police officers indicated the woman appeared disoriented when they made contact with her, according to court records.
Romisch agreed to a voluntary interview with police after he was located and told officers he had been drinking and dancing with the victim when she “jumped on him, wrapped her legs around him and he carried her out of the tent,” according to a statement of facts.
Several witnesses told officers Romisch had been holding the victim up while they were dancing and “kept trying to put her legs around him and (her) legs kept falling limp,” according to court records.
Magistrate Matthew George set Romisch’s bond at $75,000 and ordered him to have no contact with the victim.
The case will be reviewed by a grand jury in the coming weeks for possible indictment.
2 juggalettes from the juggalo gang are broken down on beyond scared straight and upset when made to paint up in jail using ketchup
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A Missouri Juggalette teenager who had described the slaying of a young neighbor girl as an “ahmazing” thrill made an emotional apology Wednesday to the girl’s family and was sentenced to a potential lifetime in prison.
Crime and Law Criminal Sentencing and Punishment Murder and Homicide Crime
Moments before her sentence was imposed, 18-year-old Alyssa Bustamante rose from her chair — with shackles linking her ankles and holding her hands to her waist — and turned to face the family of 9-year-old Elizabeth Olten, whom she confessed to killing in October 2009.
“I really am extremely, very sorry for everything. I know words,” she said, pausing to take a deep breath and struggling to compose herself, “can never be enough, and they can never adequately describe how horribly I feel for all of this.”
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She later added: “If I could give my life to get her back I would. I’m sorry.”
Elizabeth’s mother, Patty Preiss, who on the first day of Bustamante’s sentencing hearing called her an “evil monster” and declared “I hate her,” sat silently, staring forward as Bustamante’s finished her apology.
Cole County Circuit Judge Pat Joyce then sentenced Bustamante to the maximum possible sentence for second-degree murder — life in prison with the possibility of parole. She ordered the teenager to serve a consecutive 30-year term for armed criminal action, a charge resulting from her use of a knife to slit the throat and stab Elizabeth after she had strangled her into unconsciousness.
Elizabeth’s family left the courthouse without talking to reporters.
“The sentencing process was extremely difficult for the family, as no sentence can adequately punish this heinous crime,” Matt Diehr, a St. Louis attorney speaking on behalf of the family, said later in a telephone interview.
Bustamante’s family, which also was present in the courtroom, declined to comment about the sentence, though an attorney called it “harsh.” There was no indication that Bustamante planned to appeal the sentence.
Bustamante originally had been charged with first-degree murder but pleaded guilty last month to the lesser charges to avoid a trial and the possibility of spending her life in an adult prison with no chance of release.
Cole County Prosecutor Mark Richardson said after Wednesday’s sentencing that he agreed to the lesser charge because the judge had suppressed a statement given by Bustamante to authorities in which she described the slaying and stated she wanted “to know what it felt like” to kill someone.
Bustamante was 15 years old at the time of Elizabeth’s murder in the small town of St. Martins, just west of Jefferson City. Evidence presented during her hearing revealed that Bustamante had dug a shallow grave in the woods several days in advance, then used her younger sister to lure Elizabeth out of her home with an invitation to play. Bustamante, who had hidden a knife in a backpack, said she had a surprise for Elizabeth in the forest. The surprise turned out to be her demise.
Defenses attorneys had argued for leniency after presenting evidence from family members and mental health experts about Bustamante’s troubled childhood. Bustamante was born to teenage, drug-abusing parents; her father was imprisoned and her mother abandoned her, leaving her in the legal custody of her grandmother.
“This was a child who had been spiraling out of control, but has treatable conditions,” Bustamante’s attorney, Charlie Moreland, said after the sentencing.
But Richardson said the life sentence was justified. He described Bustamante as “a truly evil individual who strangled and stabbed an innocent child simply for the thrill of it.”
Under Missouri guidelines, Bustamante would have to serve 35 years and five months in prison before she is eligible for parole, said Department of Corrections spokesman Chris Cline. It’s also possible that the more than two years Bustamante spent in jail while awaiting her sentencing could be counted toward that time.
After spending several weeks at a diagnostic prison, Bustamante could be placed in either one of Missouri’s two female prisons or sent out of state. Cline said department officials also would evaluate whether Bustamante should be kept separate from other adult woman inmates.
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
What is a typical juggalette – female juggalo.
A video showing the difference between a hatchet an a meat cleaver.
This Vid destroys the hatchet man logo juggalos use – it should be renamed meat cleaver man.
What up y’all? I just made this video after watching several videos on the topic of The Gathering no longer being “The Gathering of Juggalos,” but “The Gathering Music Festival.” I don’t know why this struck such a nerve with me…well I do because I love my Juggalo family. Please fam, I encourage y’all to watch and comment on this vid because I would like your opinions. MMFWCL Whoop Whoop!
This video is proof icp are mad with their own fam and dropping the name juggalo .
This juggalo gang is starting to become more and more sinister with racist juggalo gang members now connected to the Aryan Brothers Liberation and the United Nazi Juggalo Front connected to the KKK …
OGDEN — Since the alignment of certain Juggalo members with the Aryan Brothers Liberation, more violent crimes have occurred in the Ogden area, says Police Lt. Scott Conley.
Conley said certain members of the Juggalos — a group of followers of the rap duo Insane Clown Posse — have aligned themselves with the ABL, an extremely violent prison gang that originated in California.
Those Juggalos have taken a new moniker, calling themselves Juggalo Killers, and are sending threats to other Juggalos who haven’t aligned with the gang.
“Those involved in the criminal side of (Juggalos) cause us some concern,” said Conley, who heads the Ogden police gang unit.
“If they are not involved in criminal activity, they can do their own thing, as long as they haven’t crossed that criminal element line.
“But when they start telling individuals they can’t wear Juggalo attire, start removing it, committing robbery from a person — I have a problem with that.”
Conley said a 19-year-old woman who identifies herself as a Juggalette was attacked last week by members of the Juggalo Killers.
He said the girl was riding her bicycle north on Washington Boulevard when two men in a black Honda stopped and attacked her, knocking her unconscious. She awoke in the 300 block of 10th Street, without her bike, and with cut marks on her wrist and the letters “JK” carved into her chest.
The two Juggalo Killers also took her cell phone, Conley said, and sent text messages to her contact list to brag about the kidnapping and scold other Juggalos for leaving her on the streets by herself.
Incidents like this are occurring more often, Conley said, which has led police to classify the music fans, who are often characterized as wearing face paint and images associated with ICP, such as the hatchet man and evil clowns, as a gang.
It is unknown how many Juggalos are in the Ogden area.
“The attraction to that music, or those people following that music, I have no problem with,” Conley said.
“When they start breeding disruption in the community, showing up in libraries to harm people with butcher knives up their sleeves, I have a problem. I have to get involved with the community.”
Many Juggalos protest the depiction that they are gang members; they say they are just music-lovers.
And with a public image of a face-painted clown drinking Faygo, a soda, it is difficult for many community members to believe Juggalos are capable of violent gang activity.
“It’s hard for people to take them seriously, dressed as clowns,” Conley said.
He takes issue with a Standard-Examiner editorial in September that said the Juggalo group is a non-gang. Conley said he feels the editorial board did not have enough knowledge to determine whether the members are a gang, which has created issues for law enforcement.
“Two people told officers that, ‘Even the Standard-Examiner says we’re not a gang,’ ” he said. ” ‘Why do you have a gang file on (Juggalos)?’ ”
Conley said the gang classification has been set for the group because of the criminal element that continues to present itself in the area.
“They are trying to represent, just like any other entity represents, their following,” he said.
“Now that they are being involved in criminal activity, they are being categorized as a gang. Any association can get together — hobbyist or people with similar interests — but when they cross that line of criminal element or cause disruption in the community, that’s where we are going to become involved.”