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Shaggy 2 dope – juggalo gang facing jail time – Feds try to unmask finances of Insane Clown Posse star


Detroit — Joey “Shaggy 2 Dope” Utsler, co-founder of infamous Detroit rap duo Insane Clown Posse, is dodging attempts by the Internal Revenue Service to collect taxes, a federal prosecutor said Wednesday.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office asked a federal judge to force Utsler to produce financial records after ignoring or delaying attempts to determine how much he owes for 2011 and 2012, according to federal court records. The IRS says Utsler and fellow Insane Clown Posse rapper Joe “Violent J” Bruce owe a combined $379,783 in delinquent federal income taxes, records show.

The dispute is the latest federal entanglement for Utsler, and along with court records offers a peek inside the finances of a controversial group whose fans have been branded a gang by the FBI. The FBI labeled the group’s fans, known as Juggalos, a “loosely organized hybrid gang” in a 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment report.

“This could lead to incarceration, no doubt about it, if he doesn’t come through with the information,” said Farmington Hills tax lawyer and former IRS agent Jerry Abraham, who is not involved in the case.

The petition comes one week before Insane Clown Posse holds its annual Gathering of the Juggalos fan fest near Columbus, Ohio.

“The timing is interesting,” Abraham said. “The IRS right now has very precious and little resources and they want a little to go a long way. Clearly, they’re trying to get some publicity.”

An Insane Clown Posse spokesman declined comment Wednesday because he had not seen the court filing. Utsler, 40, of Davisburg also could not be reached Wednesday.

This isn’t the first time the IRS has targeted Utsler.

The IRS accused Utsler of owing $162,417 in delinquent taxes on April 21, 2014, according to the Oakland County Register of Deeds.

The same day, the IRS slapped a $217,366 tax lien on Bruce, 43, of Farmington Hills, according to Oakland County records.

Both rappers allegedly owe delinquent federal income taxes from 2011 and 2012, according to copies of the tax liens obtained by The News.

The latest IRS dispute dates to early March 2015. That’s when an IRS revenue officer sent a summons to Utsler. He was directed to bring his financial records to her office on March 31 so the IRS could investigate his tax liability for the years 2011 and 2012.

He never showed up, according to court records.

The IRS gave him one last chance. Again, Utsler never showed up for the May 19 meeting, according to court records.

The next day, his lawyer Marvin Karana asked for a one-week extension. The IRS agreed, but Utsler failed to comply with the May 27 deadline, according to the petition.

In June, his lawyer asked for another extension. The IRS refused.

“I no longer represent Mr. Utsler,” Karana told The News on Wednesday. “I don’t want to comment. It’s pretty much confidential information.”

The tax spat surfaced one month after an appeals court in Cincinnati heard arguments over the FBI gang designation. The case went to the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals after a Detroit federal judge said the U.S. Justice Department isn’t responsible for how authorities use a national report on gangs.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan says the free speech and due process rights of Insane Clown Posse and its fans are being violated.

rsnell@detroitnews.com

Shaggy 2 dope not at GOTJ due to probation issues ?


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Shaggy 2 dope not at GOTJ due to probation issues ?

Juggalos a gang in 21 states and nationwide via the fbi and a happy new year to our fine members


According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment, law enforcement in at least 21 states have identified criminal Juggalo sub-sets.

Congratulations to all jh members for the fine work , we have taken the gang tag and got it expanded , so if juggalos are not a gang in your state write to your congressman , write to the police , write to judges and lets get rid of the plague .

JH has had a very successful year in 2011 and hope to be back in 2012 bigger and badder then ever.

http://www.lotbx.athena-server.com/index.php/board,5.0.html

Insane clown posse censor upright Citizens Brigade UCB over dead baby – after rapping about dead babies and death WOW


WOW INSANE CLOWN HYPOCRITES
SHOUT OUT TO THE UCB – ICP HAD A SONG TALKING ABOUT DRILLING NEWBORN BABIES HEADS SONGS OF MURDER , RAPE EXPLICIT VIOLENCE BUT NOW CRY ABOUT IT.

According to members of the Upright Citizens Brigade, the Insane Clown Posse forced the cancellation of a UCB show, after issuing a cease and desist and threatening legal action over Saturday’s scheduled “The Gathering Of The Juggalos For A Mother Fucking Baby Funeral” at the group’s New York theater. Presumably based on this, the performance was structured as a fake send-off for an 8-month-old Juggalette, complete with “music, clowns, bereavement, stand up comedy, bar-b-que, scripture readings, hatchets, mother fuckin’ eulogizing, midgets wrestling retarded monkeys, and huge-ass titties,” and hosted by Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope themselves. Or rather, “Violent J” and “Shaggy 2 Dope,” as UCB cast members dug deep to find some aspect of their personalities they could then blow up into outsized parody, using their well-honed comic sensibilities.

Unfortunately, not only is the death of a baby Juggalette one of the two or three worst things that happens to Juggalos and therefore no laughing matter, holding a faux Juggalo funeral apparently infringes on the Juggalo brand that Mssrs. J and 2 Dope have labored so intensively to cultivate over the years, leading them to seek their totally wicked, balls-out legal action. And naturally, there were also apparently vague threats of actual members of Juggalo Nation showing up to protest the mocking of their very serious lifestyle as psycho clowns—psycho clowns with feelings. But thanks to ICP’s last-minute intervention, both their band and their fans have been saved from becoming objects of derision.

“I gotta catch these carnival thrills newborn bloody baby heads I drill”
Chop Chop

This is a Juggajoke , they can rap about anything but someone makes fun of them , they get outraged and ban it while letting other places make fun of them like snl because they want the press……

Esham is violent JJ and rubys stepdad – disses sugar slam and the 2 joes


Esham and his alter ego homey the clown are back on the new album Secret Society Circus full of many insane clown posse disses . Check out the first song where esham tells you idiot juggalos he aint down , disses on all you copy cats and disses sugar slam – most likely for her stupid toy drive killing real wicked shit. Esham will take out all fake horrorcore clown rappers till only homey is left MMFWEL insane clown possers Juggalo holocaust – Esham is violent jjs and rubys new step dad , any druggalos offended need to shape up with some real wicked shit.

2 dope – shaggs the clown + proof of juggalo violence and jail times


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wow so their new album has a unoriginal title – 2 dope shaggs the clown but juggalo idiots will buy it and they brag about jail time and violence.
what role models…..

Violent J stole the idea for a dark carnival from DESTROY ALL MONSTERS + Niagara – DARK CARNIVAL BORED


This is where violent j stole the concept of the dark carnival from i hope DESTROY ALL MONSTERS will sue for the intellectual property stolen from their song DARK CARNIVAL BORED.

icp old shit tour cancelled by jh


news from the planet lotb forum http://www.planet-lotb.com/forum/index.php regarding the cancellation of the old shit tour .

JH had Shaggy arrested. ICP Tour CANCELED.


Icp – Worst album of the Year – Bang Pow Boom


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Music  carries many different meanings; some people prefer country, while  others prefer rock. However, I am not sure there are words to describe  Insane Clown Posse’s newest album <em>Bang! Pow! Boom!</em>, which  surprisingly is not part of a cereal’s slogan.

The album  exhibits many genres of music, from rap to rock, and then a double-shot  of downright awful. This album is already in the running for worst album  of the year in my opinion, and it’s only the beginning of April.

The  album starts off with a track of a demonic-sounding voice talking about  someone coming to perform a cleansing. The third track, “In Yo Face,”  includes thought provoking and clever lyrics such as, “Phonies out there  posing as Juggalos/But see it as a demographic to push what-have-it/In  yo face!” They do, however, let the listener know that they are  delivering “something special for you” and that “they have you covered,  homie.” Apparently, they went to the cemetery and resurrected the word  “homie” from 2001.

If I had to pick one good song on the album, I  couldn’t. It is terrible from start to finish. The beats are amateur  and at times have absolutely zero rhythm to them. The lyrics sound like a  sixth-grader just figured out he could curse and is throwing out as  many words as possible to impress his friends. Half of them make no  sense at all and the other half are just self-indulgent. Rapper Shaggy  does throw a shout out to his mother and thanks her for his time on the  Earth. You have to give credit to a guy for knowing his roots.

Overall,  <em>Bang! Pow! Boom!</em> is just a terrible album. It isn’t even one of  those records where it’s so bad it’s good. Don’t waste your money, and  don’t buy this album. If you do, you will wish that the song “Imma Kill  You” carried a little truth in advertising.

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Juggalos and icp are not a gang —- REALLY????


ENID — Local teachers have long maintained they’ve seen signs of gang activity in Enid Public Schools, and information provided during a Monday professional day by Enid Police Officer Steve Miller confirmed for many that gangs are active in Enid.

Miller, who currently is a K-9 officer but also has worked in narcotics and has special training in gang activity, told a standing-room-only workshop Monday there are several gang associations in Enid.

He spoke as part of a day-long professional day training for EPS teachers. Teachers selected several seminars to attend, and Miller talked to a group of teachers about the primary gang associations he’s seen in Enid, including Crips, Bloods, MS-13 and Insane Clown Posse (ICP).

Miller said the appeal of being in a gang includes respect, reputation and revenge.

While gang members may have a twisted ideology of what those things mean, he said those three things are evident in every gang since the beginning of gang activity.

He said much of the gang activity that is in Enid began with gang organizations started on the West Coast back in the 1970s.

“Enid has a large population of ICP, Bloods, Crips and MS-13,” Miller said. The police officer spoke to teachers about some of the colors and signs worn by members of these gangs.

Members of the these gangs have traditionally adopted certain professional sports team colors and wear the jerseys of those teams. They’ve also adopted certain signs or symbols that can be seen on their clothes and also by “tagging” property, such as spray painting graffiti on property.

Teachers in the room nodded their heads in agreement with some of the information Miller was presenting.

He maintains the Bloods and Crips associations in Enid are often long-time family relations, saying he’s arrested sons, daughters and fathers from the same gangs. They mainly operate in selling drugs in the community, he said.

MS-13 is the largest gang in the United States, Miller said, and is primarily a Hispanic gang.

A relatively new group, and one he says many young people in Enid associate with — and one many of the teachers said they see on a regular basis — is the Insane Clown Posse.

Miller said they are less violent than the Bloods, Crips and MS-13 groups, but they still are dangerous. The ICP originated out of Detroit in the 1990s from a rap duo with KISS-like face paint, and they claim they mainly are “appreciators of music,” Miller said. Followers of ICP say they shouldn’t be classified as a gang just because they dress differently and listen to a certain type of music.

He said these young people like to go to the metro areas to go to concerts, they often wear outrageous outfits and paint their faces, and they have a fascination with knives and swords. Miller said they call themselves Juggalos, and their mascot is a cartoonish silhouette of a man carrying a hatchet.

He said many of the kids drink orange soda, specifically a brand called Faygo. He added they have a fascination with championship wrestling.

The crimes they have committed are primarily burglaries, Miller said.

Teachers said they have seen the hatchet man logo on cars and also as tattoos on students.

Miller said many of the ICP will “grow out of” their association with the gang as they get older.

Miller said the motorcycle gang Mongols also is active in Enid. He said 99 percent of motorcycle riders are not affiliated with any kind of gang, but the Mongols are “one percenters,” who operate in drug dealing and other crimes. Oklahoma members will wear a leather vest or jacket that has Mongols Oklahoma on it.