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How the Juggalo holocaust helped the FBI identify juggalos as a gang – JH in FBI reports


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Juggalo holocast has been referenced in the FBIs reports on why juggalos are a gang – PAGE 74 of the report.

Twiztid Leave Psychopathic Records – Welcomed with open arms by the Juggalo holocaust Family


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I would like to take this moment to officially welcome Twiztid to the Juggalo Holocaust.
Seems they are also no longer referring to fans as juggalos – so you know what that means .

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New Juggalo holocaust and Anti Juggalo Gang Message board


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Check it out – brand new juggalo gang and juggalo holocaust section

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Insane clown posse makes fun of 2 little dead boys – “Chris Benoit” as a new song – Mighty death pop


ICP Disrespects dead – “Chris Benoit” as a new song

2 LITTLE BOYS ARE DEAD ICP SEE THE DOLLAR SIGNS – WHERE IS THEIR  RESPECT FOR DEAD CHILDREN ???

INSANE CLOWN POSSE MAKE THE TITLE SONG AND SINGLE ABOUT A KILLER OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN WHOOP WHOOP

For Insane Clown Posse, gearing up for a high-profile summer meant burrowing into the remains of an abandoned steel mill Monday afternoon.

With dust kicking up and bright lights piercing the dark at Trenton’s cavernous old McLouth Steel plant, the Detroit rap duo gathered with a film crew and about 100 fan extras for day two of shooting on the group’s video for the new track “Chris Benoit.”

Moving to a director’s instructions, fans in black hoodies and silver horror masks surged toward a wrestling ring housing ICP’s Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope. The face-painted pair mimed their lyrics as the song played overhead at double speed, to achieve a slow-motion effect in the video’s final rendering.

Among the fans who had responded to an open casting call was C.J. Lyons, 35, of Bellevue, Ohio. Eager to ensure a spot, he’d arrived a day early, slept overnight on the site, and spent Monday afternoon patiently awaiting the first action.

“We’re rushing the wrestling ring,” he said. “We’ve been waiting all day to do that.”

All was in the name of “Chris Benoit,” lead single from ICP’s upcoming “Mighty Death Pop” album, due Aug. 14. The song is based on the mental breakdown of professional wrestler Chris Benoit, who in 2007 notoriously murdered his wife and son before hanging himself.

“It’s about that loss of sanity,” Violent J said during a break in the shoot. “It’s about the snapping, that moment of panic.”

Shooting began Sunday with the French crew responsible for Skrillex’s massive 2011 hit video, “First Of The Year (Equinox),” which had caught Violent J’s eye. “Chris Benoit” is the first of three video projects already underway as ICP prepares for “Mighty Death Pop,” and the clip is expected to debut on the web by mid-July.

ICP hopes to eventually include the videos in a boxed set for “Mighty Death Pop,” which will initially be released in three separate configurations.

“Chris Benoit” finds ICP ceding creative control for the first time in its two-decade-plus career. The duo had a simple wish list going into the shoot: minimal wrestling scenes, but plenty of slow-motion, blur and artsy abstraction “like an old-school Nirvana video,” as Violent J said Monday.

“I told them, ‘I’m not going to ride you guys on this. I’m going to give you your space and leave you alone to do it.’”

Three years in the making, “Mighty Death Pop” will be released during ICP’s 13th Gathering of the Juggalos fan festival in rural Illinois. It also arrives as J and Shaggy sense a growing mainstream respect that long eluded the group.

“We’re not used to it, but it feels good,” said Shaggy.

That unique backdrop makes the new record ICP’s “most anticipated yet,” said Violent J.

“There are so many articles out there on us now, and it’s not about dissing us,” he said. “They’re actually treating us like real musicians. It’s mind-blowing. And I feel like this album is the response to that.”

2 LITTLE BOYS ARE DEAD ICP SEE THE DOLLAR SIGNS.

ICP Disrespects dead – “Chris Benoit” as a new song

The word Juggalo banned on Pakistani Phones


“Do not forget to strap on your helmet before getting on your motorcycle.” “I got the tickets for Twilight. Hurry up or you’ll miss showtime!” “This teacher is so boring. She’s killing me.”
Next week, these text messages could be banned in Pakistan.

Do the above sentences seem innocuous? Harmless perhaps? If a proposed ban passes in Pakistan, none of the above sentences could be sent as text messages.

The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) compiled a list of over 1,000 words, the majority in English, that they deem “pornographic or offensive to Islam,” Newsweek Pakistan reported.

A document online that purports to be the banned word list reads like a primer on junior-high-level sex slang with some surprising additions, including the terms “Juggalo” and “Jesus Christ” (who knew the Insane Clown Posse had a following in Pakistan?).

On Monday, Newsweek reports mobile operators postponed implementing the ban, saying they needed further clarification, but that the ban could take place within a week’s time.

On Twitter, users have started construing possible text messages that would be banned under the regulations. ““My donkey refuses to cart the milk. He is such a bad ass,” one reads.

Salt lake city explains why they see juggalos as a gang


SALT LAKE CITY — A recent national report released by the FBI lists Salt Lake County as a community with one of the top 10 worst gang problems in the entire nation.

But following a recent inquiry by KSL News, federal officials Friday retracted some of those statistics and admitted there was a big error in calculating the data for Utah.

While gangs are still a serious problem in Salt Lake County, the FBI on Friday said there are an estimated 2,500 gang members in the county — not more than 15,000 as the bureau originally reported.
“I think the (FBI) stat is erroneous. The suggestion that Salt Lake has 15,000 documented gang members is inaccurate. How that inaccuracy was achieved, I don’t know,” Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim Winder told KSL News last week. “I think the Metro numbers are very accurate.”

In October, the National Gang Intelligence Center released its 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment report. According to the report, Salt Lake County ranks ninth in the nation for having the most gang members, with 15,574. That number also put Salt Lake County in fourth place in the West for the county with the most gang members, ahead of counties such as Clark County, Nev., Orange County, Calif., San Diego County, Riverside County, Calif., and Ventura County, Calif.

When officers with the Salt Lake Metro Gang Unit saw the numbers, they immediately knew they were flawed.

“I think the (FBI) stat is erroneous. The suggestion that Salt Lake has 15,000 documented gang members is inaccurate. How that inaccuracy was achieved, I don’t know,” Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim Winder told KSL News last week. “I think the Metro numbers are very accurate.”

The Metro Gang Unit said it had counted about 2,500 documented gang members in Salt Lake County, about 13,000 fewer than what the FBI reported.

KSL News contacted the FBI’s Salt Lake City Office about how the numbers were tabulated.

After two weeks of making calls back to national headquarters in Washington D.C., David Johnson, special agent-in-charge of the Salt Lake field office, was informed that the Salt Lake County numbers are wrong.

The group that compiled the report had apparently asked each individual police agency in Salt Lake County to submit reports about the number of gang members in the county. The data was likely added all together as if each city had broken down its numbers, rather than the cities submitting numbers for the county population of gang members.

The group that compiled the report had apparently asked each individual police agency in Salt Lake County to submit reports about the number of gang members in the county. The data was likely added all together as if each city had broken down its numbers, rather than the cities submitting numbers for the county population of gang members.

“We think they were just compounded. The number was consistently about 2,500 from each of the reporting agencies. We just think whoever calculated them added them up,” Johnson said.

The FBI now says there are an estimated 2,500 gang members in Salt Lake County, the same number that the Metro Gang Unit compiled.

Johnson noted that the statistics for the report were compiled by people in Washington D.C. Neither his office nor the FBI’s Safe Streets Task Force had a role in making up the report.

“The data call went out. Agencies here responded to that data call. And all of the analysis and totaling was done back there, not here,” he said.

According to the original report, “The assessment is based on federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement and corrections agency intelligence, including information and data provided by the National Drug Intelligence Center (NDIC) and the National Gang Center. Additionally, this assessment is supplemented by information retrieved from open source documents and data collected through April 2011.”

Johnson said the Salt Lake County statistics are believed to be a “fairly isolated incident” and the entire FBI report is not flawed.

While the gang problem in the county isn’t nearly as bad as originally reported, gang members still pose a “significant threat” as they continue to participate in drug-related crimes and violent crimes in Salt Lake County, Johnson said. Much of activity and crimes committed by gangs in the county are “profit driven,” he said.

The report noted that Utah is one of five states that reported the most activity of Juggalos. Juggalos are fans of the rap group Insane Clown Posse. But four states — including Utah — now classify Juggalos as a gang, according to the FBI.

“Juggalos’ disorganization and lack of structure within their groups, coupled with their transient nature, makes it difficult to classify them and identify their members and migration patterns,” the FBI report states. “Transient, criminal Juggalo groups pose a threat to communities due to the potential for violence, drug use/sales, and their general destructive and violent nature.”

At the Metro Gang Unit’s annual gang conference, a training class on Juggalos has been one of the most popular for several years. During the 2007 Utah Gang Conference, an officer teaching a class on Juggalos admitted that Utah officials struggled with whether to classify them as a gang, noting that the majority of Juggalos were just juveniles who liked the music of Insane Clown Posse.

But because enough of them engaged in a pattern of criminal behavior and fit the criteria for being classified as a gang, they were included in their gang monitoring.

The FBI gang threat assessment report also noted that Utah is one of several states experiencing a “significant increase” in outlaw motorcycle gangs.

Juggalo a person of interest in murder case – Tulsa anti juggalo league


If this guy is hiding with your family or juggalo family do the right thing and give him up

BETHANY — Police were still searching Thursday for Cody Perez, 21, who they said is a “person of interest” in the killing of a woman whose dismembered body was found last week in a duffel bag.

photo – Cody Perez, 21, has been named as a person of interest in the death of 19-year-old Carina Saunders. Her body was found dismembered in a duffel bag last week.
Cody Perez, 21, has been named as a person of interest in the death of 19-year-old Carina Saunders. Her body was found dismembered in a duffel bag last week.

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Carina Saunders, 19, was last seen Oct. 8 or 9. Her remains were found Oct. 13 in a duffel bag behind the Homeland at NW 23 and Rockwell. She had been beheaded. Police want to talk to Perez, who was reported missing by his mother Oct. 10.

Perez had told his mother he had been helping a woman who was having problems with her boyfriend, and he had been threatened by the man. Perez was a culinary student and worked at an Olive Garden restaurant in the Oklahoma City area.

Perez is a self-described Juggalo, a fan of the hip-hop group Insane Clown Posse. The band is known for violent lyrics about themes such as murder and cannibalism. He is pictured on his Facebook page wearing a bandanna over his face and holding a hatchet.

Perez has a lengthy criminal history in the Tulsa area, including arrests for assault.

Police think Perez may have hitchhiked to California.

Read more: http://newsok.com/bethany-police-continue-search-for-person-of-interest-in-death-of-carina-saunders/article/3615212#ixzz1bN9fyQJc

BETHANY — One man was cleared Wednesday, and another is being sought in connection with the death of a woman whose dismembered body was found in a duffel bag, police said.

photo – Morgan Stevens talks with the media outside her home in Yukon on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011. Morgan’s boyfriend, Kyle Tweed, was questioned and released by police in the murder of Carina Saunders. Tweed is no longer considered a person of interest in the case. Photo by John Clanton, The Oklahoman ORG XMIT: KOD
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The victim had been beheaded, sources told The Oklahoman.

Her cause of death has not been determined.

Remains of Carina Saunders, 19, were found inside a duffel bag behind the Homeland at NW 23 and Rockwell on Oct. 13. She was last seen a few days earlier.

Wednesday morning, police announced they were looking for two men who were “persons of interest in the case.” One of the two, Kyle Tweed, 21, was cleared by police Wednesday afternoon. The other, Cody Perez, 21, was reported missing by his mother Oct. 10.

“Upon seeing coverage of the Bethany homicide investigation and hearing that he was a person of interest, Kyle Tweed arrived at the Bethany police headquarters this afternoon and was interviewed by investigators,” Bethany Police Chief Phil Cole said in a news release.

“Mr. Tweed was cooperative with our investigators and he is no longer considered a person of interest.”

“Cody Perez is still a person of interest in our investigation, and we still ask for public assistance in locating him.”

Perez was a culinary student and had worked at an Olive Garden restaurant in the Oklahoma City area. Tweed recently worked in the Del City area at a Taco Bueno and is a skateboard enthusiast.

Tweed’s girlfriend talks

Tweed’s girlfriend, Morgan Stevens, said Tweed called her Wednesday after he spoke with police and said he had “cleared his name.” Stevens graduated in the same class as Saunders at Mustang High School but said Tweed and Saunders had never met.

“There is no connection that I know of,” Stevens said. “He didn’t even know Carina, and he knew nothing about her body being found until I said something about it Monday night. As far as I know, he had never heard her name before that.”

Stevens said she was shocked when she heard of Saunders’ death.

“I can’t believe someone would do that to Carina,” Stevens said. “It’s hard to believe someone would want to hurt someone like her. She was really sweet. She was honest and very playful.”

Stevens said Tweed had met Perez at a party, but they were not close friends. Tweed declined to speak with the media.

Search continues

Officials said Perez may have left the state Oct. 11. He was last seen that day near Interstate 35 and Robinson Street in Norman. He may have been trying to hitchhike, possibly to California, police said.

Cole said he does not think Bethany residents should be alarmed but should always be vigilant and report suspicious activities.

Tweed’s name came up in the investigation after Perez’s mother filed a missing-person report with Oklahoma City police. In the report, she said Perez had been threatened by a man over a girlfriend.

Rachel Laraway, 38, claimed her son was having problems with a white male named “Tweet” or “Tween.”

Laraway told police she had not seen her son since Oct. 10 and Perez said he had been helping the girlfriend of the man named “Tweet” or “Tween.” The man went to Perez’s apartment and said he “was gonna take it to the next level,” according to Laraway’s report to police.

Perez had gotten his girlfriend and another girl pregnant, his mother states in the report.

Perez had not gone to work or school for a week and had a paycheck waiting for him at the Olive Garden on Memorial Road, Laraway stated in the report filed Monday.

On his Facebook page, Perez calls himself a Juggalo, which is how fans of the musical group Insane Clown Posse refer to themselves. The band’s lyrics are controversial as they touch on themes such as cannibalism, murder and necrophilia. Many of Perez’s Facebook friends are fans of the band, and photos on Saunders’ Facebook page show her wearing an Insane Clown Posse T-shirt.

Criminal record

Perez is shown on a Facebook page photo holding a hatchet.

He has a lengthy criminal history out of Tulsa County including assault and battery on a Department of Juvenile Affairs employee, possession of a stolen credit card and larceny from a house.

Laraway has not confirmed whether Perez knew Saunders.

A relative of Saunders, who asked not to be identified, said Wednesday she did not know any family members who had heard of Perez before Tuesday night.

An autopsy on Saunders’ body has not been completed, state medical examiner spokeswoman Amy Elliott said. Elliott said toxicology reports — that could take several weeks to complete will be needed — before a cause of death can be determined.

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Jeff Nipples Biggest Longest Hardest


Juggalos know him for his war track , war against juggalos
heres his new album Jeff Nipples Biggest Longest Hardest
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Jeff Nipples Biggest Longest Hardest

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Esham calls insane clown posse judas , says he will create a suicidial juggalo



Esham calls insane clown posse Judas , says he will create a suicidial juggalo
RENAME YOU JUDAS OR JOEY MAYBE JOSEPH EVEN JOE BUT IM GOING TO CALL YOUR UGLY LITTLE RETARDY ASS PINOCCHIO

New School Juggalos vs Old School Juggalos


There seems to be a major war starting between the 2 lots of juggalos , old school juggalos – those who go in on the first set of jokers cards, and new school juggalos after the wraith or the next hand of jokers cards.
Old school juggalos are the ones being blamed for all the rocks , while the new school juggalos are polite and friendly .
Old school juggalos do the majority of juggalo crimes , while the new school juggalos are polite and friendly.
Old school juggalos are the cult , new school juggalos are music fans.
Old school juggalos are the gang , new school juggalos are music fans.
Do not trust the old school juggalos , they ruin the family from the rest of us.
Old school juggalos throwed rocks at sheen and king gordy , while new school juggalos enjoyed the gathering.
Please no longer blame us new school juggalos for the crimes of old school juggalos.

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