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whoop whoop is so played out make new word up please

one of the tags on death of an indie label part 6 where esham destroys psychopathic records and insane clown posse was – whoop whoop is so played out make new word up please
do you agree??

Modesto park attacker seen with Juggalos – gets jail for gang involvement

A follower of the band Insane Clown Posse convicted of assaulting a man strolling through Graceada Park with his daughters in March 2009 was back in court this week after being caught with fellow members of a criminal street gang police call Juggalos.

Joshua Huggins, 18, could have faced seven years in prison for violating his felony probation. Instead, Stanislaus County Superior Court Judge Nancy Ashley sentenced Huggins on Tuesday to three months in county jail with a stern warning.

“I think he got scared this time,” said Bill Miller, Huggins’ attorney. “(The judge) cautioned him that there would be no more chances.”

A probation officer testified that Huggins was hanging around people known to law enforcement as Juggalos, owned a clown T-shirt and posted Juggalo content on his MySpace page, Miller said.

Huggins was among three people convicted and sentenced to a year in jail for the assault on William August, 54. A fourth man, Larry Williams, got seven years in prison for the attack.

Deputy District Attorney Marlisa Ferreira, who prosecuted the men, acknowledged not all people who listen to the Detroit-based Insane Clown Posse are gang members. But she said the men are more than fans of the band, whose lyrics are so raw they wouldn’t be heard on mainstream radio, because they travel in a pack; share a common sign or symbol, in this case the cartoon hatchet man associated with the band; and commit crimes.

According to witnesses, Petersen ran up to August, asked to shake his daughters’ hands, received a rebuff because he made the family uncomfortable, then returned about 10 minutes later with his friends, who toppled August and kicked him, breaking his leg in two places and shattering his knee.

Read more: http://www.modbee.com/2010/08/04/1281269/modesto-park-attacker-seen-with.html#ixzz0vnGg8pFU

Juggalo Murder Steven Spader: I haven’t been convicted

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Accused murderer Steven Spader wants people to stop presuming he is guilty while he awaits trial, he wrote in a rambling, four-page letter to The Telegraph from the Hillsborough County jail.

In the second letter the newspaper has received from Spader, he reveals a contempt for people in New Hampshire, calling them “brainless, media-driven conformists.”

He even criticized David Cates, the husband of Kimberly Cates, for his reaction to the Souhegan High School yearbook controversy.

“I feel David Cates had no right to make the big deal that he did, and the school shouldn’t have apologized,” Spader, 18, wrote about Souhegan High School’s decision to include the pictures of William Marks and Quinn Glover in the high school yearbook.

Spader, of Brookline, is one of five men charged in connection with the Oct. 4 murder of Kimberly Cates and the attempted murder of her 11-year-old daughter, Jaimie. The murder took place during a home invasion in Mont Vernon. Spader’s trial on charges of first-degree murder, attempted murder, burglary conspiracy and witness tampering is scheduled to begin Oct. 25, a little more than a year after the murder.

Prosecutors accused Spader, Marks, Glover and Christopher Gribble of breaking into the Cates home and brutally attacking Kimberly and Jaimie with knives and a machete. Gribble later described himself and Spader as “sociopaths” and told police the group had planned to kill whoever was at home at the time of the robbery.

A fifth man, Autumn Savoy, was charged with helping the four cover up the murder afterward. He and Glover have since entered guilty pleas and said they will testify against the other three men.

The Telegraph received the four-page, handwritten letter dated July 13 from Spader on Thursday, the same day, coincidentally, the paper published a story about a one-page letter Spader sent to the paper in March asking that his name be spelled correctly. Both letters were addressed from the Hillsborough County Department of Corrections in Manchester, where Spader has been incarcerated since his arrest in October.

In his second letter, Spader addressed five topics, including the people of New Hampshire, his ex-friends, his current friends, the media and the Souhegan yearbook controversy.

The letter is laced with self-pity, and in it, Spader says he broke his silence because “I have just had enough of everything going on within the media, and within the population of NH.”

He calls people “uninformed idiots” and says everyone, except for his closest friends, is “highly against me.”

“Everyone is bias [sic] because five 18-20 year old men, non-conforming to society, and viewed as ‘weirdos’ or ‘criminals’ or another name branded onto us because of our appearance or choice in music.”

The Telegraph published Spader’s first letter after state prosecutors sought samples of Spader’s writings from prison so they could have a handwriting expert analyze them. Attorney General Michael Delaney filed a motion at Hillsborough County Superior Court asking the Hillsborough County Department of Corrections in Manchester to turn over documents Spader has written.

Senior Assistant Attorney General Jeffrey Strelzin, the head of the homicide unit, said Thursday that he could not elaborate on why prosecutors made the request, but said it had been granted. A call made Thursday to the office of Spader’s attorneys, Jonathan Cohen and Andrew Winters, was not returned.

In the first letter Spader sent in March, he asked that his first name be spelled correctly. He makes the same request in his most recent letter, which is filled with many misspellings.

Spader’s second letter touched on the media’s coverage of the murder, as well as the reaction of his friends and family to his arrest. Spader lashed out at those who have turned against him, despite having not yet been convicted.

“You know who I am, you called me brother, family, or friend, but now that the media makes it ‘unacceptable’ to speak of me, you changed up,” Spader wrote. “Ya’ll should be ashamed. Good-bye.”

Addressing those who have stuck by him, Spader used the phrase “MMFWCL,” which is a profane acronym associated with fans of the Insane Clown Posse, or Juggalo culture, that Spader and others involved with the crime were known to be involved in.

Spader accused the media of having swayed the opinion of the public through its coverage of the murder; “THINK FOR YOURSELVES PEOPLE YOU BRAINLESS, MEDIA-DRIVEN CONFORMISTS,” Spader wrote.

“As Americans I shouldn’t have to repeat this, but it seems like I must, because everyone seems to have forgotten the constitution. Everyone in this great country of ours is, and I quote, ‘Innocent Until Proven Guilty’ not the other way around,” Spader wrote.

He went on to write, “In conclusion I think the citizen [sic] of this state should take a new look at the situation and smarten up, because ya’ll are looking real stupid right now New Hampshire. As I said before wait, and think for yourself.”

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