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FBI and Local police agree – Juggalos are a gang


Over 30 confirmed juggalo gang memebers

Nazi juggalo gangs

FBI and Local Police both agree Juggalos are a gang.

This is too good.

The gathering of the juggalos – costs $10,000 and takes up valuable police and ambulance time

ELIZABETHTOWN — With about three weeks to go, Hardin County officials are once again getting ready for their toughest and most-expensive weekend of the year.

The 2012 Gathering of the Juggalos begins Aug. 8 and ends Aug. 12, lasting one more day than it has in previous years.

This past week, the line-up of acts was released — a large slate of musicians, comedians and wrestlers that includes names including Cheech and Chong, George Clinton and Funkadelic, ’80s rappers The Fat Boys, DMX, Fear Factory, The Game and “Nature Boy” Ric Flair.

The festival has been held at Cave-In-Rock since 2007 and attracts about 10,000 fans of the Insane Clown Posse, who have a large, loyal group of followers called Juggalos.

Over the years, the Hardin County Sheriff’s Department and Illinois State Police have responded to a number of incidents connected with the Gathering.

In 2010, a man was stabbed at the event and had to be airlifted to Deaconess Hospital in Evansville, Ind. Reality show star Tila Tequila also was the victim of attacks at that event, when several patrons threw items at her on stage during a performance.

At last year’s fest, 24-year-old Jesse Waters of Murfreesboro, Tenn., was found dead in the Ohio River, one of three deaths related to the Gathering in recent years — one apparently from a drug overdose and another apparently caused by heat stroke.

Officials estimated it cost the county more than $10,000 last year to cover expenses of that event alone, which is promoted by Tim York and held on private property.

In addition to law enforcement costs, the county’s cash-strapped ambulance service also takes a hit, as well as Hardin County Hospital. The county rarely sees reimbursement from Juggalos who are treated for injuries or sickness related to the event.

To help offset the county’s burden, State Reps. Brandon Phelps, D-Harrisburg, and John Bradley, D-Marion, sponsored House Bill 5479, which would give Hardin County the ability to tax concertgoers 6.5 percent of their ticket price. However, that bill was referred to the rules committee in March.

“That bill is not dead,” said Hardin County Board Chairman Wayne Eichorn, “but there’s going to have to be a lot of compromising. The good news is we’ve dealt with this for a few years now, and we’ve gotten a lot better at planning, and it doesn’t cost us like it used to.”

Hardin County Sheriff Joyce Cullison said her department has been preparing for the event for months. Illinois State Police will again lend a hand.

Cullison said two of her biggest concerns are traffic control and the heat.

“We’re trying to prepare the best we can,” Cullison said. “Just keep our fingers crossed and hope for the best.”



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Juggalo sprays anti police and gang tags in NICEVILLE , get elderly to be accomplices

Sad to see a juggalo destroy the peace in a place named NICEVILLE .

NICEVILLE — Graffitti centered around the music of Insane Clown Posse was discovered in the men’s room at Lions Park during a routine check just before midnight on Jan. 28.

The bathroom smelled strongly of fresh paint, according to the Niceville Police Department incident report. The graffitti was similar to that found at Turkey Creek Park earlier in January.

All of the drawings and words seemed to relate to Insane Clown Posse except for one that included the word “Cop” and some genitalia.

The officers checked with Walmart, which is open 24 hours a day, and found that a man had bought spray paint around midnight, which was after the vandalism was discovered.

Later, Walmart told them that two juveniles had had an older woman buy black spray paint for them earlier in the evening.

Read more: http://www.nwfdailynews.com/articles/park-47520-clown-insane.html#ixzz1p8hP7Nxs

Police Raid ABK – Anybody killa concert

Abk or The Anybody killa has just had his concert raided and shut down by the police and the vigilate group the JH .
Looks like the hatchetmans gang affiliation has now run its course and anything juggalo related will be shut down.


Juggalo Police Raid

photos and videos uploaded by juggalos on faygoluvers – “Big Ton” is the juggalo name, we will remove all footage if needed to press charges.


Juggalos, we know a lot of speculation is rollin’ around about what happened on Wednesday, February 9th, at The Modern Exchange in Southgate, MI during the JCW Tag Team Tournament, but we’re here to set the record straight!

What it comes down to is that we wanted to have free beer for everyone twenty-one and up at the event. We checked with the venue and they told us that supplying free beer to the Ninjas of legal drinking age wouldn’t be an issue. It was fockin’ on… we thought.

Unfortunately, the venue was mistaken. Not more than five minutes into the first match the police came in and straight up shut us down. Yes they could have been cool about it and came in earlier before we opened doors and told us “no beer”. There would have been no problems, nobody would have drank a thing, and we could have had a great night regardless. But instead they waited until things got under way and everybody was having fun. They came in deep, surrounded the building, and shut the entire show down. The owner of the venue was heavily fined. Some of the Juggalos in attendance were even ticketed for underage drinking. It was the bone all around!

The official response to this utter madness from Psychopathic Records is this… THE SHOW MUST GO ON!

JCW will make its big, unscathed return to The Modern Exchange in Southgate, MI on February 23rd for a bigger, badder, and brighter show than anything we’ve done before! So for anyone who purchased tickets to the canned JCW Tag Team Tournament on February 9th, we will be honoring those very tickets at this new, even fresher event!

Join us February 23rd at the Modern Exchange as we present, for the first time ever outside of the Gathering, FLASHLIGHT HYSTERIA! 8 Huge matches with four official flashlight bouts! Check this out: A brand new flashlight autographed by the Insane Clown Posse, JCW Champion Corporal Robinson, and 2 Tuff Tony will be handed out to every single ‘Lo and ‘Lette who walks in the door! During these exciting flashlight matches, the only light on the wrestlers will be from the many flashlights in the hands of the Juggalos. This is something new, original and extremely unique from JCW, and it’s JUGGALO PATENTED BITCH! Also appearing at this amazing show, returning to JCW after a four year hiatus is world renowned wrestling superstar Vampiro!

Because the Tag Team Tournament never had a chance to happen, we’ve figured out a new way to crown champions. The main event of Flashlight Hysteria will be a “16 Man, Tag Team, Flashlight Battle Royal!” 8 teams will enter and one team will go home as the new JCW Tag Team Champions!

Nothing will stop us this time! We’re coming back even stronger! Nothing can fade us, even a little. They cannot kill the freshness! They cannot dim the shine of our karma. Do not let what happened on the 9th deter you from coming out, having a blast and being with family on Feb 23rd at Flashlight Hysteria! Plus every other Wednesday after that! Together we are invincible and that is what the world does not understand!

If you are unable to make it out to JCW’s Flashlight Hysteria on February 23rd, you can send your “Tag Team Tournament” tickets to the address at the bottom of this post and we will refund you promptly.

Tickets for JCW’s “Flashlight Hysteria” are also available right now at all Ticketmaster Locations as well as Hatchet Gear.com and at The Modern Exchange. Hurry, get your tickets now as capacity is limited!

For Tag Team Tournament refunds send your tickets to:
Psychopathic Records
P.O. Box 620
Farmington, MI 48332




Ban the Juggalo gathering – Ban Gotj 2010 Gotj 2011

Sign the petition here

Recordpub.com This happened only 4 years ago 2010 is set to repeat , Its time to ban the gathering of the juggalos – GOTJ
Rappers wont return to Nelson Insane Clown Posse uninvited
David O’Brien
February 4, 2006
By Dave OBrien
Record-Courier staff writer
NELSON Some other Ohio town will be feeling clown love as the Gathering of the Juggalos, held in Portage Co
past three years, will not return to Nelson Ledges Quarry Park in 2006.
The Gathering made Nelson its home for three years, starting in 2003. However, Quarry Park owner Evan Kelley
Friday that Psychopathic Records, Insane Clown Posse and their fans, the Juggalos, have not been invited back
Rumors about the change began to fly shortly after the 2005 Gathering, when ICPs Violent J said on a
Juggalo Web site that the group was looking to take the 2006 Gathering elsewhere.
More recently, Violent J wrote on http://www.insaneclownposse.com that the 2006 Gathering will be held in a secret,
location near Columbus, Ohio, a move confirmed Friday by attorney Marc Beginin of Detroit, who represented
Psychopathic during the past two gatherings. Beginin had no other official comment.
Kelley said that for three years, the majority of the Juggalos were respectful and friendly, but the mood and actions changed quickly and violently
over time.
The first year was not bad. The second year was questionable, but I thought Well, lets try a third year and see how
And the third year was terrible, just awful, Kelley said, referring to the five-day festival held July 21-25, 2005
Kelley said Psychopathic Records broke some of the rules set down for the 2005 event, including blasting music long into the night.
Neighbors were calling, livid at four in the morning regarding loud music, he said. I was really upset with that, it was
flagrant disrespect to the community and myself. I voiced my opinion that I really didnt want it back, so they looked
Drugs, alcohol, nudity, profanity and trash also became serious problems, he said.
But the bad side of this group really hurt the few good kids.
The 2005 Gathering of the Juggalos was the sixth such event, and the fourth in Ohio. Previous gatherings were h
Peoria, Ill., where Juggalos clashed with police, and Toledo, where a similar situation unfolded. For three years,
County spent thousands of dollars and hundreds of man-hours corralling the Juggalos inside Quarry Park. In 2005 the promoters sued Psychopathic to recoup police overtime costs.

Kelley, who said the park now will focus more on swimming and camping, said he expects a mixed reaction to the Juggalos departure.
The neighbors will be happy, he said.
It was good and bad, but after the third year it turned a little sour.
We used it (the Gathering) as an opportunity to really better this place, Kelley said. Now its time to cut those guys.

Sign the petition here – Ban the Gathering of the juggalos