Juggalo makes 3 year old dance to song about being a hood rat , doing drugs and one that is full of profanity. March 19, 2011Posted by landofthebanned in Uncategorized.
Tags: bad juggalo parents, DISGUSTING PARENTING, Juggalo Anthem, juggalo parents, kidzombie 666, kidzombie666, parenting, zombiethyundead
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bad parents to no end – notice the other child on the floor while this drug and violent song plays to a 2 year old so their father feels like a big man online , these kids will be messed up to no end and someone needs to get in contact to make sure these poor children have a safe home.
heres the fathers myspace http://www.myspace.com/zombiethyundead
here are the disgusting lyrics they had playing to 3 year olds
Juggalo Anthem Lyrics (Blaze Ya Dead Homie)
feat. Insane Clown Posse
Killas kick the anthem like this
Juggalos up in this bitch, up in this bitch
Killas kick the anthem like this
Juggalos up in this biiiitch, blaze
(Blaze Ya Dead Homie)
G’s up, ridin’ from the cradle to the casket
And beyond, recognize thug shit
Poundin’ out the trunk bitch
Runnin’ wit’ a mother f**kin’ hatchet
you haters, you suck dick was a thug, became a G
B to the L to the A, Z, E, still dead
Still don’t give a f**k (give a f**k)
Sportin’ all black kahkis with the mother f**kin’ cuffs up
Smokin’ Hella trees, tryin’ to make a couple G’s
So a thug can get back on his feet
Mean muggin’, steady thuggin’
And I’m tryin’ to find the hoodrat’s all about f**kin’
Still loked out
All my dawgs from the past, dead or smoked out
Still tryin’ to come up on a lick for a phat ass ride
So I can drop the top, and parlay through the east side
Niggas kick the anthem like this
Juggalos up in this bitch, up in this bitch! x 4
Bitches freeze, you aint a thug or a G or a banga’
[ Find more Lyrics on http://mp3lyrics.org/vPk ]
You’s a studio gangsta
You aint about shit, scared to pull the trigga’
That’s what we call, a real bitch nigga’ (bitch nigga’)
Sneekin’ through the hood, throwin’ up a set
Hangin’ out the window, yellin’ idol threats
Check this out, I’m a check your chin
Close your mouth, ‘fore I put the barrel in
Dumpin’ clips in yo ass is what I’m all about
Straight G from the clique on a paper route
Still slappin’ off fake bitches with the Louiville
Beat a nigga’ to the pavement, another bitch killed
This is the battle for the planets
We bring the thunder, givin’ half the advantage
F**k a style and a status
Half of y’all hummin’ off a half ass deal
And got the nerve to tell a mother f**ker ‘keep it real’
We see through y’all fools, like
cellophane on the square pack
You bite our shit, you can keep it, we don’t want it back
We don’t give a f**k, east side for life
And if you aint got heart, don’t
expect to have your shit tight
There aint no room for the hoe-hearted
We give a f**k where you at, or who you
wit’, or how you got started
F**k you and everybody in yo clique
If you don’t run wit’ a hatchet, or claim the Psychopathic
I aint got time, to say no names
It’s only 8 rhymes, no holla’, we been in the game
Besides f**k it, no speakin your name
You’re just a bitch in the game
And y’all niggas gone’ always be the same
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Loveland murder victim remembered
On Sunday mornings, David Shern liked to take his son and daughter out for breakfast.
He liked to teach them how to fish.
Like most fathers, Shern enjoyed sharing his time and knowledge with his children, 8-year-old Kaitlynn and 10-year-old Caelan.
On April 30, 2009, a man identified as a follower of the Juggalos street gang, who Shern didn’t know, stabbed Shern with a 14-inch sword after an altercation at Loveland’s North Lake Park.
Shern, 34, who was hospitalized after the stabbing, died one day later.
That day, the children Shern raised, who are now admired by adults for their upbringing and good manners, lost their father.
That day, Priscilla Stamp lost her son.
And although she is dealing with her own grief, Stamp said the hardest part of her son’s death is watching her grandchildren move on without him.
“To see how much I miss him is hard enough,” Stamp said recently. “But then to listen to the children, how much they miss him. That just breaks your heart when they start talking. There’s those spurts where they’ll just burst into tears and they want their dad.”
Friends and members of Shern’s family recently gathered in Loveland to mark the one-year anniversary of his death.
Afterward, they talked with Loveland Connection about Shern and their beliefs that he died at the hands of Loveland gang members.
Since losing her son, Stamp said it’s difficult to detail how much her life has changed.
“I don’t even know words to sum it up,” she said. “It’s been devastating. My life stopped at that moment. It all just stopped.”
While coming to terms with their loss, Stamp’s and Shern’s family and friends also have had to deal with their grief while sitting through hearings and watching people involved in the case face justice.
Sarah Sypian, a close friend to Shern, attended many of those court hearings.
“You want to see it through, you want to see an end. You want to see justice,” she said. “It wasn’t easy, that’s for sure. … Nothing will ever bring him back.”
During many of the court proceedings, Stamp said it was frustrating to hear people talk badly about her son.
She was especially hurt by accusations made about her son saying he acted aggressively and violently toward people the night of his death because he had been laid off from his job.
Stamp said her son knew his work was temporary at the time of his death.
“So, none of it made sense to me,” she said. “In my heart, I just couldn’t put it together.”
Larry Walters, 20, was sentenced in November 2009 to 12 years in prison for reckless manslaughter in the stabbing death of Shern.
Two other people were charged with being accomplices in the case.
Christopher Hatch, whose flame-shaped sword was used to stab Shern and who helped hide the weapon after the assault, will serve one year at the Larimer County Detention Center.
Melissa Deeb, 19, who hid the weapon in her parents’ motor home, received a 45-day sentence for her involvement in the incident.
The gang connection
During an April court hearing, Stamp stood before Larimer County District Court Judge Stephen Schapanski and said Walters and his friends are members of the Juggalos street gang, a group that follows the Insane Clown Posse band and started as a Detroit street gang.
And although Loveland police have classified this case as gang-related, the case was never dealt with as if it was gang-related, she said.
This week, Loveland Police spokesman Sgt. Jan Burreson said Walters never was identified by police as a gang member, but officers were aware that information on his MySpace page mentioned the Juggalos and he liked to listen to Insane Clown Posse.
“According to us, there was no gang relation there,” Burreson said, adding that the assault on Shern was not a planned crime.
In the past, Loveland police officials have said they will not attribute gang activity to gang members because they do not want to glorify their actions.
Still, Stamp said she wants people in the community to be aware of gang activity in town and know exactly who their children are associated with.
“You worry about your kids when they drive to Denver or something, but I never would have dreamt that something like this would have happened in Loveland,” Stamp said of her son’s death.
To help people learn from her son’s death, Stamp hopes to encourage lawmakers to formally recognize the Juggalos street gang as one that operates in Colorado.
Lawmakers in Utah, Arizona and California already have done so, Stamp said.
“How do you prosecute them if they’re not recognized legally as a gang,” Stamp asked.
Earlier this year, Loveland police hosted a community forum focused on increased gang activity in the city.
During the forum, more than 200 residents gathered as Loveland police officer Tammy Fisher talked about the types of gangs in Loveland and graffiti they post around town.
Fisher said the Juggalos is an active gang in Loveland.
The Loveland Police Department has documented 262 gang members, 69 of those gang members are juveniles.
In response to gang activity in the community, officials with the Loveland Police Department have started outreach efforts and encouraged people to spend more time with their children, being engaged in their day-to-day activities.
At the county level, Deputy District Attorney Shaun Reinhart will serve as the Larimer County Detention Center’s office liaison and specialize in gang activity for all law enforcement agencies, said district attorney spokeswoman Linda Jensen.
Now that the people involved with Shern’s death have been sentenced, Stamp said she is focused on bringing routine back to her family member’s lives and remembering her son.
Most of Stamp’s family lives in Iowa and many have visited Loveland in recent months to help her through the difficult times.
Through family support and memories shared about her son, Stamp said she hopes to help her grandchildren come to terms with their lives now.
Earlier this month, about 90 people attended a service at Resthaven Memorial Gardens, where Shern is buried, to mark the one-year anniversary of his death.
People like Sypian and Jeremy Olson, longtime friends of Shern, shared stories of spending time with him.
Olson was friends with Shern for 30 years, he said.
“At a drop of a hat, he would be there,” Olson said. “I just called him out of the blue one day, hoping that he would be around because I knew that he knew how to do drywall and asked him if he wanted to help drywall my garage and on moments notice he’s like, ‘Yea, lets do it.’ ”
In addition to his dedication, Olson said Shern had a sense of humor and was someone people wanted to be around.
“He was so funny,” Olson said. “He could always pull you out of a bad mood.”
“He could lift your spirits,” she said. “He had a knack of doing that.”
Sypian and Shern were schoolmates at Thompson Valley High School, where Sypian said he was her first love.
Throughout the years, she said they remained good friends and he always had a way of lifting her spirits.
Such memories of her son are nice for Stamp to hear, she said.
They help her think back on how he lived his life and are now helping her make decisions with his children for their futures.
“On his Facebook (page) after this happened, everyone (wrote) how much they were going to miss him, and that he had their backs since grade school,” Stamp said.
Free Gang Bandana with every album sold – ICP April 26, 2010Posted by landofthebanned in juggalo gang.
Tags: bandana, blaze, Gang, insane clown posse, juggalo, juggalo gang
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Now that the Gang Rags album is almost complete, more details about what Juggalos can expect with this CD are coming out of the woodwork.
From the previous interview we conducted with Blaze, Violent J, and Mike E. Clark concerning Gang Rags, they made it very clear that the dead man was stepping into new territory while staying true to his Detroit G roots. As producers of the album, J and Mike pushed Blaze to new levels, and he not only met every goal that was set for him, but he surpassed them and then some.
You can also look forward to some special guests making appearances on Gang Rags. Blaze’s very own Psychopathic Family, the Insane Clown Posse and ABK will be laying down some vocals on a track or two. But you can also look forward to the professional weed smokers, the Kottonmouth Kings, and the legendary Dayton Family to be lending their talents as well.
But now we have some brand new information that is sure to flip your wigs. The details are still a little scarce, but this is what we were able to piece together. Packaged along with every Gang Rags album will be a bandana.
This bandana is one of a kind and was specifically designed for Gang Rags. You won’t be able to pick this up anywhere on its own, because it will only be included with the album.
To make this whole thing even sweeter it sounds like there will be multiple bandana colors to choose from! Or if you want, you can collect an entire set. To make that easier the color of the bandana included will be indicated on the cover of the album. No guessing needed! You’ll know exactly what you’re reppin’!
As more details arise about these bandanas we’ll be bringing you the facts! But for now everyone will have to be patient while waiting for this album to drop. That release date of June 22nd may seem like it’s mad far away but the days are just ticking down now!
Blaze Ya Dead Homie – GangRags – 2010 April 26, 2010Posted by landofthebanned in Uncategorized.
Tags: Blaze Ya Dead Homie, GangRags, gangs, juggalo gang, juggaloism
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New Blaze Ya Dead Homie album in the works called gangrags .
They are blatantly advertising Juggalos as a gang now .
Juggalo gang riots in jail April 26, 2010Posted by landofthebanned in juggalo gang.
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Juggalo gang riot in jail
Seven inmates at the Larimer County jail, six of whom are known gang members, possibly face charges after a “large fight” broke out at the detention center Wednesday night.
Among the suspected participants is Adrian Rodarte, a Loveland man known to be a member of the Sureño gang, who pleaded guilty earlier this month to murder.
“Deputies believe that the release of several Sureños from the (detention center) precipitated the action on the part of the Norteños,” Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Eloise Campanella said in a statement. “Within moments, deputies on duty were able to quell the disturbance. No deputies were injured during the incident. However, the involved inmates received minor cuts, scrapes and bruises.”
The incident occurred in a general population area of the jail.
Campanella said at least one of the participants confirmed speculations that the motive for the fight was gang related.
In the statement, Cam-panella reported that Sheriff Jim Alderden is concerned the fight, along with three other incidents at the jail since Wednesday evening, are the result of overcrowding.
A capacity at the jail has been set at 460 due to a lack of funding, but Campanella said there were 503 inmates in the jail Friday. Some housing areas at the jail have been closed down because of budget restrictions.
“Alderden expressed complete confidence in his jail staff but is concerned about employee safety with increased level of violence at the Larimer County Detention Center due to the overcrowded conditions,” Campanella said.
When the fight occurred Wednesday, there were 499 inmates incarcerated and 59, or 12 percent, of those inmates were known gang members, according to Campanella.
The Sheriff’s Office reported that of the 59 incarcerated gang members, 19 are Sureño, 16 are Norteño, 14 are Juggalo, four are Aryan, one is Blood, five are Crips and 10 are affiliated with various other gangs.
The following inmates face the potential of additional charges for their roles in Wednesday’s fight:
juggalo gangs slowed April 9, 2010Posted by landofthebanned in juggalo gang.
Tags: gangs, juggalo, juggalo gangs
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Good thing the people of fort collins have stopped the juggalo gang
Criminal gang activity in Fort Collins remained at low levels in 2009 with a majority of the crimes attributed to graffiti, according to reports recently released by the city’s police department.
“We have relatively low levels of gang activity,” said Sgt. Paul Wood, who works in the Criminal Impact Unit. “If you compare us to other cities around the nation of our size, they’re almost exclusively reporting more gang activity than we are.”
Wood said less than 1 percent of all the cases opened by police are linked to known gang members.
The gang reports indicate there were 116 gang-involved cases opened by Fort Collins police in 2009 compared to 83 in 2008. Wood said other Northern Colorado cities, such as Loveland and Greeley, currently are facing more serious issues with gangs. He also said as one city cracks down on gang activity, it’s common for some gang members to move to one of the neighboring municipalities.
“Between Fort Collins, Loveland and Greeley, we’re kind of working against each other in some ways,” Wood said. “By each of us working more on
gangs, we end up pushing them out to other cities and they push them out toward us.”
In July 2009, Wood said a large number of known gang members were pushed out of the city following numerous stabbings and also a shooting that were the result of rival gang members living in the same apartment complex.
“Instigators of those crimes were arrested, displaced through eviction or left from too much pressure from us,” Wood said.
According to Larimer County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Eloise Campanella, the Norteños and Sureños are the gangs most frequently booked into the county jail so far in 2010.
She reported in her blog Wednesday that there was an average of 54 known gang members booked in the jail on any given day during the first three months this year. About 18 of those gang members were Norteños and about 13 were Sureños, according to Campanella.
“We also had Juggalo, Aryan, Bloods, Crips and Motorcycle represented in our facility during this first quarter,” she wrote in her blog.
Still, most gang-involved crimes in Fort Collins are non-violent and committed by high school-aged offenders or young adults, Wood said.
A large portion of the increase in gang crimes from 2008 to 2009 is for criminal mischief, which Wood said are crimes largely attributed to graffiti incidents.
Wood said those crimes are being reported more frequently after the city hired Nick Myers as a part-time abatement coordinator.
“We’ve gotten more reports and (Myers) has done a great job of being able to separate what graffiti is gang-related and what is some kid out spray painting his initials on a sign,” Wood said.
Both Myers and Wood said graffiti remains an under-reported crime.
“It’s my belief that only half of the graffiti in our city is being reported,” Myers said. “The graffiti hotline only takes in a portion of what’s out there.”
Myers said, as with some months in 2009, this March was a particularly busy month for graffiti taggers. He said the warm weather months, combined with an increasing number of vacant homes and businesses, may contribute to the increased amount of graffiti.
“(March) has been the worst month on record as far as the number of reports taken since we started taking them back in 2004,” Myers said.
When it comes to gang activity, Wood said, the general public needs to worry more about property crimes such as graffiti than it does about violent crimes.
The 2009 gang report indicates there were no homicides and two sexual assaults connected to gangs, although Wood said sexual assaults are vastly under-reported crimes whether they’re tied to gangs or not.
“The big impacts that gangs have on the general community are going to be property-related crimes either by theft or burglaries from a car or a house, lot or business,” Wood said. “Those are going to be our two biggest areas of impact on average, everyday citizens in the community.”
More violent crimes, such as the nine aggravated assaults and 22 simple assaults reported in 2009, are generally crimes with victims associated with gangs, Wood said.
“Assaults and menacings are almost exclusively one gang member on another,” he said. “That can be within the same overall gang or between two different gangs.”
According to the 2009 gang report, 81 of the 116 gang involved crimes were classified as gang-“motivated,” meaning they were crimes believed to be committed to enhance the status or function of a gang.
Juggalo kidnaps child – Whoop Whoop April 7, 2010Posted by landofthebanned in Uncategorized.
Tags: insane clown posse, juggalo, juggalo kidnaps, kidnap, mmfwcl, whoop whoop
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A Juggalo kidnaps a child
Three felony charges have been filed in Muskogee County District Court against the woman accused of taking an 11-year-old boy from a Muskogee apartment complex Monday.
Bond has been set at $150,000 for Felisha Marie Wilham, 21. She will be in court April 15 for a sounding docket. At that time, a date will be set for a preliminary hearing.
She is charged with:
• Abduction of a person under 18.
• Child abuse by injury.
• Contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
All three are felonies, carrying penalties ranging from one year to life in prison and fines, or both.
The charges allege Wilham lured Jacob Southern to go to Tulsa with her and “to be a member of or in furtherance of the Insane Clown Posse gang.”
The child abuse count alleges she endangered the child’s health and safety by hitchhiking to Tulsa with him, allowing him to sleep in an abandoned house in Tulsa “with the homeless and others of a questionable backgrounds and involved in gangs” and that he contracted scabies while in her company.
Scabies is a contagious skin disease caused by a species of a very small mite.
In addition to being held on the charges stemming from the abduction, the bond Wilham posted less than 30 minutes before the abduction on a burglary charge has been revoked and she is being held without bond on that count, according to court records.
She also is charged in a third case, a charge of grand larceny from 2009, accusing her of having stolen a motorized shopping cart from a local store. She has waived preliminary hearing in that case.
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Report Herald has the juggalo gang right on the money
One group known for violence in other cities, although it is not a recognized gang in Colorado, are juggalos, or fans of hip-hop duo Insane Clown Posse.
Although most fans of the music group don’t turn violent or become criminals, some juggalos have crossed the line and committed murders and other crimes mirroring the violent lyrics, police said.
Not everyone who wears red or blue or who listens to Insane Clown Posse is a gang member.
But gang members associated with those signs are committing crimes. Therefore, such clothing and tattoos are red flags that police look for.
Some Comments from concerned residents here
|The article states that the Juggalos are “One group known for vilence in other cities …” It is right here in Loveland. The stabbing at N.Lake Park last summer was done by a Juggalo. Wake up Loveland – they are here and are violent! I think CO and other states should do as AZ and legally classify them as a gang. The news is full of killings by these gang members – do a search for yourself.
Doc, from the article, “Not everyone who wears red or blue or who listens to Insane Clown Posse is a gang member.” I was at the meeting and they made this very clear. However, they also stated that if your kids/grandkids, etc DO listen to ICP, they should be observed carefully, just to make sure they are fans of the band/music, and not crossing the line like some “juggalos” do and start acting out some of the very violent lyrics. BTW: Utah and Arizona DO legally classify Juggalos (fans of ICP) to be gang members.
Juggalo Gang Defined March 30, 2010Posted by landofthebanned in juggalo gang.
Tags: ban icp, concerned parents, Hatchetman, juggalo, juggalo gang, parenting
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Gangs or groups that do not follow Chicago or LA styles
•Locally-basedgangs that adopt names of national gangs, without affiliation
•Adopt mixed signs and symbols (mix LA and Chicago)
•Look like traditional street gangs, function differently
Violence tends to be toward random victims
•Most dominant type of new gangs in previously non-gang areas
•Little group structure,members see themselvesas individuals
•Found across the country
•Concentrated in cities
•violent –known to carry hatchets / axes
•Salt Lake City has experienced recent Juggalo violence
•Seattle & King County
•Individual followers most other areas
•Individuals with painted faces, ICP decals and stickers have been observed in Yakima
Parents And victims please inform us here
Tags: Choke ’em. Kill ’em. And sleep right through the night, El Reno, icp, insane clown posse, ivp, juggalo gang, murda cloak, sleep walker
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EL RENO — The ex-convict accused of strangling his girlfriend and her four children is a fan of Insane Clown Posse, a rap/hip-hop duo known for profane lyrics about murder fantasies, necrophilia and violent acts.
with her death and the deaths of her four children, the…
They perform in concert as “wicked clowns,” wearing black and white clown makeup.
A line in one song, “Murda Cloak,” goes “I’m killing today to take this feeling away.”
The lyrics of another song, “Sleep Walker,” include the lines “Choke ’em. Kill ’em. And sleep right through the night.”
Josh Durcho, 25, is charged with five counts of first-degree murder in the deaths in El Reno. He listed ICP — short for Insane Clown Posse — as his only musical interest on the Web site MySpace.
On one arm he has tattooed the words “Wicked Clown’o.”
One criminology expert said violent lyrics can influence troubled young people who absorb themselves in the music.
“Would violent lyrics in and of itself push someone to violence? No,” said Kathleen Heide, a criminology professor at the University of South Florida and author of “Why Kids Kill Parents.”
“But if they … were angry … alienated … depressed … doing alcohol and drugs … have difficulty with feelings and they’re not successful with life, that absorption in negative themes … can provide the impetus,” she said.
Durcho was unemployed and has been in prison for marijuana.
The singers could not be reached for comment.
ICP fans are called “Juggalos” and “Juggalettes.” Fans have been implicated in other high-profile crimes across the country.
In North Carolina, four teenagers were accused last month of killing a friend in a bizarre case.
The teenagers allegedly read their friend his fortune with tarot cards, beat him in the head with a hammer and suffocated him with duct tape, according to news accounts. Those details mirror lyrics in Insane Clown Posse songs and one of the suspects identified himself on MySpace as a Juggalo.
In Utah, a man identified by police as a member of a Juggalo gang was found guilty last week of attempted murder. Police say he attacked a teenager with a medieval battle ax. Insane Clown Posse sells items depicting a stick figure with a hatchet.