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What Happens when a juggalo commits a crime – responses from juggalo

It’s a given that every time one of these news articles appears about juggalos involved in some murder or other violent crime, one of the first juggalo rebuttals is along the lines suggesting juggalos are simply fans, claiming that it is unfair to label them as a gang when so many other organized groups such as sports fans meet the same criteria…

This mindset only serves to demonstrate the ignorance of juggalos. Please show me the news stories about a sports fan club member or similar group violently murdering innocent victims in the manner juggalos have been involved with (I find comparison to law enforcement groups particularly amusing).

The simple fact is that juggalos are labeled as a gang because members identifying themselves as such are repeatedly involved in criminal activity with alarming frequency. This is direclty related to the iconolgy of this media attracting individuals with predispositions to violence or other antisocial behavior. Certainly, many people enjoy a good horror movie; but when an individual becomes so obsessed with this type of imagery, immersing themselves within it on a full time basis, that is a flag that person is mentally troubled.

Testimony begins in juggalo hatchet death murder trial in Waverly

WAVERLY, Iowa — Months before Lucas Faulkner of Eagle Grove allegedly killed another man with a hatchet, he talked about donning a mask and going on a killing spree.

An acquaintance, Cassie Eide of Webster City, shared that information with jurors during a first-degree murder trial Tuesday in Bremer County.

During the first day of testimony, Eide, a friend of both men, added Faulkner, 21, would often carry such a tool.

“He used it to take his frustration out on trees, and he had mentioned that he wanted to be the hatchet killer,” Eide said. (HATCHET ATTACKS IS THE NAME OF A ICP CONCERT )

According to authorities, Faulkner struck Devin Resh, 19, in the back of the head and neck with a hatchet several times. The alleged attack happened while they were fishing with friends in May at a quarry northwest of Eagle Grove.

A judge moved Faulkner’s trial from Wright County because of pretrial publicity.

Two other men – Tanner Jewsbury, 18, and Anthony Simpson, 19, both of Webster City – each received two-year prison sentences for their roles in the incident. They pleaded guilty to lesser charges.

Eide testified Faulkner described himself as a “juggalo,” a fan of the musical group Insane Clown Posse, and often talked about committing acts of violence. She said she didn’t believe Faulkner was serious about following through, and several months had passed since he made such statements.

“I think he was just trying to scare me,” Eide said.

Faulkner and Resh appeared friendly with one another, though they would “butt heads” at times, Eide said. However, she told jurors she may have overheard Faulkner say he wanted to kill Resh.

Eide said she last saw Resh at her apartment May 18 with Jewsbury. At some point, Resh and Jewsbury left to meet Simpson and Faulkner to go fishing.

A day later, Eide saw Simpson, and he seemed on edge.

“Like something was bothering him,” she said.

Eide also told jurors Simpson carried a hatchet while camping and fishing.

Gary Rosendahl, an employee of a nearby grain cooperative, found Resh’s body May 20 near a pond while spraying for weeds in an adjacent field.

“I happened to look down, and there was a body half in and half out,” Rosendahl said.

According to authorities, Faulkner tried to burn Resh after hitting him. Criminalists with the Division of Criminal Investigation testified Resh’s clothing carried remnants of flammable liquids.

Wright County Sheriff’s deputies found Resh’s car on the side of a road inside Eagle Grove city limits. The center console also appeared burned.

Deputies later recovered two hatchets – one belonging to Faulkner – in Eagle Grove. One was in a storm drain and the other by railroad tracks. State criminalists said they weren’t able to recover any DNA for testing from the tools.

Attorneys for both sides indicated Faulkner and Resh had disabilities that made school difficult for them. Resh couldn’t raise his arms above his head and was diagnosed with Tourette syndrome, which causes verbal and physical ticks and restlessness, his mother, Angie Resh, testified.

“He couldn’t sit still. He’d always be pacing,” she added.

Defense attorney Susan Flander asked several witnesses whether they were aware Faulkner required special education classes.

Testimony was scheduled to continue this morning.

So juggalos defend the criminals who listen to icp get the music and worship of the hatchet weapon and then attack and kill people – Juggalos need to be banned worldwide.

2001 Gathering of the Juggalos Highlights

Should the gathering of the juggalos be allowed to continue or operate without massive police presence ??
2001 – shows the way the gathering of the juggalos operates and runs . what a fun place to attend …

TOLEDO, Ohio — At the end of their three-day-long fan festival here, the Insane Clown Posse finally met a force more powerful than the Dark Carnival, the shadowy supernatural presence that they say drives them to put on makeup and rap about killing people. That force was their own fans, who brought the Gathering of the Juggalos to a chaotic, Faygo-drenched conclusion Sunday night. (Click for photos from the event.) Sugary mist from gallons of soda filled the air at the SeaGate Centre as hundreds of fans charged the main stage, forcing ICP’s Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope to flee — and end their set before it even reached the halfway point. As the house lights went on and police in riot gear waited just outside the building, Juggalos — as ICP fans call themselves — tore apart the carnival-themed stage set and destroyed ICP’s sound equipment.

On the concert floor, shirtless, face-painted fans chanted ICP lyrics and sprayed various flavors of Faygo on each other until the area in front of the stage became a soda swamp. ICP manager Alex Abbiss took the stage and chided fans for violating Juggalo etiquette — fans aren’t supposed to destroy the stage until the final song, he reminded them. Abbiss begged Juggalos not to tear up the city of Toledo on their way out. “If they say [you] left and rioted in Toledo, there’ll never be another gathering,” he shouted. Police continued to wait outside by a stage door — tapping riot batons against their hands — but angry fans left more or less in peace, despite cries of “bulls—,” “bulls—.” Outside, police on horseback kept order. “We’ll see you all next year at the gathering of 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada,” Abbiss said, garnering the festival’s final cheers. The mostly teenage fans at the gathering — approximately 6,600 strong, according to Psychopathic Records — spent the three days attending seminars, listening to music, watching live wrestling matches, getting free tattoos and face paint, and chanting “f— Eminem.” The event’s unwritten dress code called for black ICP T-shirts (preferably emblazoned with an obscenity), hair in brightly colored braids and, ideally, clown makeup. A surprising number of fans wore shirts and even tattoos touting Twiztid, a rap group on ICP’s label who look and sound like ICP’s Mini-Me’s. ICP’s Sunday night performance was supposed to end with the revelation of a key bit of Insane Clown Posse mythology — the “Sixth Joker’s Card.” But fans destroyed the mechanism that the rap duo would have used to reveal the card, whatever it was, according to Abbiss. “I’ve been waiting eight f—ing years to find out what that card is,” moaned Jason Gronos, a 25-year-old Juggalo from Detroit, as he wandered outside after the gathering’s end. “It’s like a big heartbreak.” Numerous Juggalos said they were disappointed with their brethren for cutting ICP’s show short, with many blaming the incident on the group’s youngest fans.

But Jay Diamond, a 26-year-old from Chattanooga, Tennessee, said he was among those who stormed the stage, and that those who did not join him were not real ICP fans. “They’re not hardcore. They’re scared,” he said. Diamond said that ICP should have figured out a way to continue their set despite the chaos. No one was seriously hurt, according to police. A Toledo police spokesperson said that officers arrested one person on Sunday for property destruction, but it was unclear when the arrest occurred. In total, police arrested about 300 fans over the course of the event for such crimes as disorderly conduct, vandalism and, memorably, punching a police horse, according to police Sgt. Richard Murphy. A number of rappers on ICP’s Psychopathic Records, along with roadies and hangers-on, got into a large-scale brawl at a hotel adjacent to the event on Saturday night, according to witnesses and police. Murphy said that police made arrests related to the fight, but was unable to provide details. Its ending aside, fans said that they’d had a great time at the Gathering of the Juggalos. The event began on Friday and included performances by Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Vanilla Ice and Three 6 Mafia, along with numerous rappers on ICP’s label.

Last year’s inaugural gathering in Novi, Michigan, also ended with fans storming the stage, and a small riot in the parking lot. For the most part, Juggalos were peaceful during this year’s gathering. They did show a strong tendency to greet female fans (Juggalettes) with the cry, “show your t–s,” however. ICP masterminds Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope signed autographs each day, and took fans’ worshipful questions in seminars. In Saturday’s seminar, Violent J even — inexplicably — treated several hundred Juggalos to a hoarse-voiced acoustic rendition of Pearl Jam’s “Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town.” “If I had my way, every day would be a Juggalo gathering,” Violent J told fans.

Insane clown posse sell out – Bamboozle festival + warning for all attendees

Insane clown posse have sold out and gone mainstream playing at Bamboozle festival.
However icp and juggalos selling out is not the main problem with this, The safty for all non juggalo attendees is the main issue, please watch out and keep safe from juggalos and their actions , such as flying rocks and bottles . juggalos pouring soda on innocent people ruining clothes in the name of faygo showers or robbing you blind .
Worst move ever for Bamboozle. I don’t want to deal with Juggalos ruining Bamboozle. Does Bamboozle NOT understand how much crap is gonna happen because of this.

Juggalo Circle of Violence

teaching kids to get violent
dressing them up in face paint
forcing them to listen and sing violent music

Song about Tila Tequila and Method Man attack at Gathering – Esham Druggalo

First ever song about the attack on Tila Tequila and Method Man at the gathering of the juggalos is Eshams song druggalo .

Esham fights back against icp and juggalos once again this time its not subliminal for you juggalo clowns
Esham disses all juggalos and disses the gathering

Im a druggalo
Im a Druggalo
Im a Druggalo
Im a Druggalo
Im a Druggalo
we don’t like pretty chicks
show em our dicks and make them drink piss
Im a Druggalo i aint no hip hop fan
Hit you in the face with a beer can like method man
Im a Druggalo no this ain’t no wu tang
get up out of here with this shit you aint no pooty tang
Im a Druggalo
Im a Druggalo

Im a Druggalo looking for tila tequila
i got a rock in my hand when i see ya
ima brick ya
cos i know i cant dig ya
had to pay ya for some money and trick ya
to get ya down here
cos you woudnt a came
girl all you know all zombies want is some brains
we them scary kids
Im a Druggalo
in the woods
and i dont have a flash light
Im a Druggalo
in the woods
and i didn’t wash my ass right
Im a Druggalo
This ain’t no gimmick
thats like talking about the special Olympics
Im a Druggalo
don’t get me started
you know im fucking retarded


Download here – song starts from around 1.05 in , will post direct link and film clips soon

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What is a juggalo and why do they keep attacking people?


first tila tequila then method man and redman. Are they some type of crazy hate group?


Some stupid gang.. gangs are stupid.. grown a** people fighting like wild animals..

I wonder the same. They had this gang a couple miles from where I live and they attacked just innocent people walking by. It made the park very dangerous to visit in the evenings. What is up with these people? Will someone please explain this?

Tila Tequila suffers cuts, but escapes juggalos attack

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(CNN) — Reality TV star Tila Tequila suffered facial cuts when she was pelted with rocks and bottles while performing at a music festival in Illinois early Saturday, according to a witness and a law enforcement official.

“She’s pretty cut up,” said a performer who saw the violence at the “Gathering of the Juggalos” in rural Hardin County, Illinois. The witness asked not to be identified so that he does not anger the juggalos.

Tequila, a Playboy model who also sings, posted a Twitter message Saturday, saying she would sue the festival, which is organized for fans of the hip-hop group Insane Clown Posse.

“Pretty soon, the owners who run the juggalos will be bankrupt,” she tweeted.

The fans are mostly young people who sometimes wear clown make-up and are referred to as juggalos and juggalettes.

Festival organizers did not immediately respond to CNN requests for a response.

The performer said a mob of hundreds chased Tequila from the stage and surrounded the trailer where she sought refuge. They rocked the trailer and smashed its windows, he said.

Tequila eventually escaped, but only after windows in her SUV were smashed, the witness said.

Hardin County Sheriff Tom Seiner and a statement posted online by Tequila offered similar descriptions of the events.

“I went onstage and immediately, before I even got on stage, dudes were throwing huge stone rocks in my face, beer bottles that slit my eye open, almost burnt my hair … cuz they threw firecrackers on stage,” she wrote.

The witness, who was standing in the rear of the stage, said the crowd of about 2,000 was immediately angry toward Tequila and she was unable to turn them around.

“She was taunting them,” he said. “She didn’t know how to handle them. She didn’t understand the dynamic.”

The rocks and bottles flew harder and faster when Tequila bared her breasts, he said.

“She took her top off and they got really violent,” he said.

Tequila continued to perform even after her face started bleeding, he said. “She was holding a towel to her head, blood pouring down her face,” he said.

“It was scary as hell!” Tequila wrote.

This was not the only violent incident at the festival early Saturday, Seiner said.

A 49-year-old Georgia man was arrested for allegedly stabbing another man in the abdomen just hours earlier, he said.

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Juggalo Gathering Turns Violent

HARDIN COUNTY–For thousands of fans of the Insane Clown Posse, the gathering of the Juggalos is a once a year event that brings followers together like a family.

“We all have each other’s back you know,” said Juggalo Kay Senenorai. “If any of us have any problems, we’re all there for each other, and that’s what its about, it’s about support and showing love to anyone.”

But it doesn’t have the same meaning for local law enforcement, who are always busy when ten-thousand Juggalos are in town.

“The population is tripled, that’s why we have to beef up the policing that we do, and we have to hire other officers from surrounding communities,” said Hardin County Sheriff Tom Seiner.

Within the last three days, Seiner says authorities have made twenty-five arrests of people in the area for the gathering. And to make matters worse, they’ve had to cut back this year due to finances.

“We’ve had a mobile command center near the Hog Rock Campgrounds in years past, and this year just because of financial constraints, we were not able to have a command center there, so we’ve been working out of the sheriff’s department throughout the event this year,” Seiner said.

According to the sheriff, many of this years arrests have been drug related, but Friday night things got physical. Seiner says just after midnight, 49 year old Mark Rice of Georgia stabbed a man in the abdomen at the campgrounds. From there, the situation got even worse when police arrived on scene.

The concert goers were shouting obscenities toward the police as we went into the campgrounds,” said Seiner. “The security guards, they surrounded the patrol cars, they kept the fans at bay during that time so we could extricate the victim.”

Rice is in custody for aggravated battery with a weapon, and the victim is in an Evansville hospital in stable condition. And although this isn’t the first act of violence at the gathering over the years, Juggalos say it’s not what they stand for.

“Unfortunately you’re always going to have some people who just follow the herd or whatever, and don’t really get what it’s actually about,” Senenorai said.

Another interesting note that Seiner shared, is that one of the concert performers, reality television star Tila Tequila even filed a complaint.
Stating that when she got on stage, members of the crowd threw not only rocks at her resulting in an injury, but feces was thrown as well.