UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Juggalos: Emerging Gang Trends and Criminal Activity Intelligence Report 15 February 2011 __________________________________________ NATIONAL GANG INTELLIGENCE CENTER The information contained herein remains under the control of the National Gang Intelligence Center (NGIC). It is being disseminated for authorized law enforcement purposes only. Requests for use or further dissemination of any material contained herein should be made to the NGIC, (703) 414-8600. UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY 2 NATIONAL GANG INTELLIGENCE CENTER Intelligence Report SUBJECT: (U) Juggalos: Emerging Gang Trends and Criminal Activity SUMMARY: (U//FOUO) Increasing criminal activity among Juggalos is of concern due to the ease with which these transitory and loosely affiliated criminal sub-sets are able to form and break off of the well established Juggalo sub-culture of over one million followers. Their crimes are characterized by acts of violence and destruction directed against law enforcement, members of the community, public/private property, and other members of their group. Juggalos are classified as a gang in the states of Arizona, California, Pennsylvania and Utah. Despite this narrow classification, Juggalo-related crime has been documented in at least 20 other states according to law enforcement and open-source reporting. Key Findings: (U) Juggalo criminal groups generally engage in assault, robbery, theft, drug possession/sales, vandalism, and to a lesser extent murder. On average, these criminal groups consist of Caucasian males ages 16 to 26. There is little to no structure within the group, and there is no formalized leadership. Due to this lack of structure and absence of leadership, most crimes are not committed on behalf of the group; rather they are more sporadic and individualistic in nature. (U) The Juggalo criminal element has been well documented in the states of Arizona, California, Pennsylvania, and Utah. However, law enforcement reporting suggests that criminal activity in Juggalo groups has grown over the past six years and has spread to several other states in which Juggalo-related crime is becoming a mounting concern in the community and among law enforcement. (U) Juggalo sub-sets are beginning to evolve and take on more of a gang-like resemblance. Establishment and organization within these sub-sets is discernable and set apart from the loosely affiliated Juggalo groups. This evolution may be attributed to a sub-sets affiliation with an already established local/national street gang or gang members that have infiltrated the Juggalo criminal group. UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY 3 (U) Juggalos are what fans of the musical group, Insane Clown Posse (ICP), call themselves. ICP formed in the early 1990’s, and have been producing music and entertaining their fans (Juggalos) for nearly 20 years. Developed by the members of ICP, this music was the first of its kind, and is best known as ‘horrorcore’ rap. The lyrics and messages found in the music can best be described as violent, graphic, and misogynistic. Both the members of ICP and the Juggalo fan base declare that they are the outcasts of society, an identity in which they take great pride and fully embrace. This identity has evolved into a subculture and a life-style for many fans. While the majority of fans exercise their lifestyles in a peaceful manner, a small portion of this group have added a criminal element that has slowly been taking hold in certain states. BACKGROUND: (U//LES) Juggalos exist nationwide and exhibit many of the same characteristics as a traditional gang such as throwing hand signs, wearing matching tattoos, and dressing in similar clothing.1 Over the years, two sides to the Juggalo sub-culture have emerged. According to an admitted Juggalo gang member, there are two active but very different factions of the Juggalos: the music fans and the criminal street gang.2 (U//LES) The nationwide Juggalo membership, believed to be over one million fans/followers, vehemently reject the gang label they have received in recent years. The majority of the Juggalo sub-culture following, which constitutes the non-criminal element, likens themselves to a “family”.3
(U//LES) The sub-set groups constituting the criminal element have broken off of the mainstream Juggalo subculture. These individuals have been identified as a younger generation taking the sub-culture to a different level, evolving the group into gangs or cliques.4 Most criminally-active Juggalos claim that their identity as a member of the Juggalo community is a lifestyle society has placed upon them. DETAILS: (U//LES) Juggalo criminal activity presents a threat to law enforcement, schools, and the community. Juggalo criminal groups operate in multiple states, not just the ones that classify them as a gang. According to law enforcement reporting, police departments in at least 13 states have identified established, criminal Juggalo sub-sets. These states include: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Kansas, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and Washington. Although many of these states do not officially recognize the Juggalos as a gang, police departments in all of these states have documented criminal activity with the respective Juggalo groups operating in their area. (U//FOUO) According to law enforcement reporting, assaults, drug use/sales, theft, and vandalism were the most common crimes among the documented Juggalo members. Over 70 percent of the 27 reporting agencies within those states cited assaults among the other crimes committed by Juggalo criminal groups in their respective areas. Over 60 percent of those same agencies reported theft, vandalism, and drug use/sales. (U) An 18 year-old male claiming past Juggalo affiliation assaulted a couple, both of which he shot and wounded on Maple Valley trail in King County Washington on 3 January 2011. The perpetrator had several Juggalo tattoos, and a wallet featuring the ICP logo.5UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY 4 (U) Five individuals claiming to be members of the Juggalos assaulted and attempted to rob a University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, student on 2 November 2010.6 (U) A new gang called the “Juggalo Killers” allegedly assaulted a 19 year-old female by knocking her unconscious and carving the initials JK into her chest in Ogden, Utah, on 9 October 2010.7 (U) Two males classified as Juggalos were arrested by the Corvallis Police Department for three violent attacks on homeless individuals in Corvallis, Oregon, in October 2009 and again in January 2010.8 (U//FOUO) Transient, criminal Juggalo groups pose a threat to communities due to the potential for violence, drug use/sales, and their destructive nature. Many of the sub-sets among the criminal Juggalo groups have been reported to be composed of transient or homeless individuals. These groups may be more dangerous than established Juggalo groups, because of their ability to move from place to place, often undetected, to new areas where community members and law enforcement are not familiar with their presence and potential for violence. Due to the widespread Juggalo membership and “family” mentality; these individuals have access to a support system no matter where they go, giving them sanctuary from law enforcement.9 (U//LES) According to the Lynnwood Police Department reporting in Lynwood, Washington, Juggalos are very transient in Snohomish County and tend to travel frequently. They mostly frequent bus shelters and parks, utilizing lookouts to scan for police.10 (U//LES) The Oregon Terrorism Intelligence and Threat Assessment Network (TITAN) Fusion Center reports that Juggalos in Corvallis often extort other homeless or homosexual individuals that live on the streets with the threat of beatings.11 o (U) Two Corvallis teenagers associated with the Juggalo gang were charged with second-degree robbery in connection with the 4 January 2010 beating and robbery of a 55 year-old homeless man. They were also charged with third-degree assault in the beating of a 60 year-old homeless man in October 2009.12 (U//LES) Members of the “420 Goon-Squad”, a Juggalo gang in Washington, claim to drift from area to area in groups and squat where they can.13 (U) Individuals with prior gang affiliations that come into the sub-set may help the group evolve into a gang by passing on gang-culture or may bring outside gang problems into the un-evolved sub-set.14 With the exception of Florida and Oregon, all of the agencies reporting criminal Juggalo sub-sets also reported some kind of affiliation (rivalry or alliance) with an already established gang (Appendix 1). UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY 5 (U//LES) The Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) reported that groups of homeless juveniles have come together under the Juggalo affiliation, and have been organized by two members with previous membership in the Bloods gang.15 (U//LES) The Lackawanna County Prison of Pennsylvania reported that the Bloods and Crips dominated the local criminal Juggalo groups and used them for recruitment.16 (U//LES) The Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake City, Utah, reported Juggalo alignment with Kearns Town Bloods because they wear the same color (red).17 (U//LES) The Garfield County Sheriffs Office of Colorado reports that criminally active Juggalo members in their area are also members of the West Side Crips gang.18 (U//LES) Reporting from the Arizona DPS indicates that most Juggalos on the Indian Reservations align with the Bloods gang and have been involved in a number of drive-by shootings as a result.19 o (U//LES) Juggalo sets such as Eastside Juggalos have been in contact with several Blood sets and some have accompanied Bloods during or have been present when crimes have been committed.20 o (U//LES) In Tempe, Arizona, last year several Juggalos were determined to be part of a Blood set called Southwest Bloods. On the Navajo Nation, the Eastside Juggalos are a Blood set as well. Its unclear as to why they align themselves with Blood sets.21 (U//LES) Sedgwick County Kansas law enforcement reports indicate the alignment of criminal Juggalo groups with Folk Nation through positive identification of graffiti.22 (U//LES) The Texas Attorney General’s Office cites reports from Orange County Texas that claim Juggalo groups in that county have become associated with 3-11 Mafia, claiming Ku Klux Klan affiliation. Additionally, Juggalos in Northeast and West Texas have been reported to affiliate in the county jails with dominant White Prison Gangs such as the Aryan Circle and the Aryan Brotherhood.23 (U) Juggalo affiliation and criminal activity is becoming an increasing problem in schools in certain states. (U//FOUO) According to the Tennessee Knox County Sheriffs Office, as of 2010, Juggalo groups in the school system have become more active. There have been documented assaults against school police officers, an assault with a deadly weapon on a school bus by a 5th grader, and threats against a teacher. Juggalos have been a growing problem in this school system for the last five years.24UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY 6 (U) Colorado Cañon City Police Department has documented a significant Juggalo presence in their respective middle and high schools. These individuals have been described as becoming more involved in criminal activity such as homicide, drugs and theft from vehicles. These same students are reportedly creating an atmosphere of fear by intimidating other students.25 (U) Nine Show Low High School, Arizona, students claiming Juggalo gang affiliation were arrested for criminal trespassing at a foreclosed home during the school lunch hour.26 Since June 2010, Show Low Police have reported 10 incidents involving students, between the ages of 14 and 17, claiming Juggalo affiliation. These include aggravated assault against a police officer, drug possession, underage consumption, theft, and disorderly conduct.27 (U) OUTLOOK (U) Criminal activity among Juggalo groups poses an immediate threat to the community and law enforcement. The nature of their criminal activity (assaults, thefts, drug use/sales, and vandalism) directly impacts members of the community and the community itself. The sizeable Juggalo community will allow these groups to continue to expand outside of their local areas due to the wide-spread Juggalo family mentality, and their ability to claim “family” affiliation rather than a gang. The formation of rivalries or alliances to gangs outside of their group will allow the Juggalos to evolve into a more sophisticated criminal entity through associations with hardened, experienced gang members. UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY 7 Appendix 1 STATE CITY/CO JUGGALO GANG SUB-SETS OUTSIDE GANG INFLUENCES AZ Navajo Co AZ Tucson Bloods AZ Chino Valley AZ Phoenix Juggalo Ryder Bitch (JRB), East Side Juggalos Red Hatchet Representing Bloods CA Solano Co 45z's CA Stockton Homies for Life, Lotis Pod Family CA El Dorado Co Hangtown Klownz CO Colorado Springs CO Aurora A-Town Voodoo Clowns CO Garfield Co Juggalo Rydas West Side Crips CO Pueblo Pueblo Clown Posse, Pueblo Town Juggalos West Side Crips CO Westminster FL Lake Co Kotton Mouth Kings FL Lee Co IA Dubuque Gangster Disciples IL Jo Daviess Co KS Sedgwick Co West Syde Clown Ryders, JRB, Juggalo Street Crew (JRC), Juggalo $treet Mafia (J$M) Folk Nation KS Wichita J$M, Kotton Mouth Klick, Northend Villains, JRB KS DOC Juggalo Ryda East Coast White Supremacist MA Ludlow MI West Olive NC Statesville Juggalos of Statesville SUR 13 NM Acoma OK Tulsa Juggalo Ryders, 3 Ring Clique, Juggalo Gang Piru Blood OK Oklahoma City White Supremacist, 5-2 Hoover Crips OK Norman JRB OR Corvallis PA Lackawanna Co JRB Bloods/Crips TN Knoxville Three Star Ninjas TN Sumner Co Juggalo Rydas TX Attorney General Juggalo Rydas, 3-11 Mafia KKK, Aryan Circle, Aryan Brotherhood UT Salt Lake Co DownTown Clowns, East Side Juggalo Crew UT Kearns Kearns Town Juggalo Crew, Juggalo Killers Kearns Town Bloods UT Magna Magna Town Wicked Clowns, Juggalo Killers WA Lynnwood WA DOC Tac Town Klowns, JRB, 420 Goon Squad White Supremacist WA Lakewood 253 Wicked Klowns, Tak Town Klowns, Juggalo Empire, Psychopathic Juggalos Piru Bloods UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY 8 (U) Endnotes _____________________________ 1 (U) FBI IIR 4 214 2081 08; 10 December 2007; January 2008; “(U//FOUO) Identification of members of suicidal killas (SK) in Denver, Colorado”; The source is an officer of another law enforcement agency. 2 (U) Intelligence Bulletin; Sacramento Police Department; (U//FOUO) Update on the Juggalos; 28 May 2009; An established source with reliable information. 3 (U) Oregon TITAN Fusion Center Intelligence Bulletin; (U//LES) Juggalos; January 2010; An established source with reliable information. 4 (U) Santa Clara County Sheriffs Office email correspondence; Interview of a Juggalo member; 29 November 2010; Information obtained from another law enforcement agency; A source with excellent access. 5 (U) Online News Article; The Seattle Times; “Man charged with shooting couple on Maple Valley Trail”; 3 January 2011; accessed on 4 January 2011 at seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/theblotter/2013837934_man_charged_with_xx_in_connect.html 6 (U) Online News Article; The News Journal; “Police seek fifth suspect in attempted robbery”; 2 November 2010; accessed on 2 November 2010 at www.delawareonline.com/fdcp/?1288700025777 7 (U) Online News Article; Standard-Examiner; “Juggalo Killers, a new breed of gang”; 9 October 2010, accessed on 14 October 2010 at www.standard.net/topics/gangs/2010/10/09/juggalo-killers-new-breed-gang 8 (U) Online News Article; KVAL News; “Police: Corvallis street gang suspects paint their faces, carry hatchets”; 11 January 2010; accessed on 14 October 2010 at www.streetgangs.com/news/011110_oregonicp 9 (U) Stockton Police Department email correspondence; 11 December 2010; A collaborative source with good access. 10 (U) Lynnwood Police Department email correspondence; 23 November 2010; A collaborative source with good access. 11 (U) Oregon TITAN Fusion Center email correspondence; 16 November 2010; A collaborative source with good access. 12 (U) Online News Article; Gazette-Times; “Teen gets probation in attacks on homeless”’ 22 January 2010; accessed on 29 September 2010 at www.gazettetime.com/news/local/article_3b43539a-07ab-11df-b6ae- 001cc4c03286.html 13 (U) King County Regional Intelligence Group Criminal Intelligence Report ;“420 Goon Squad”; 8 April 2009 14 (U) Arizona DPS GIITEM email correspondence; 23 November 2010; A collaborative source with good access. 15 (U) Arizona DPS GIITEM email correspondence, 23 November 2010; A collaborative source with good access. 16 (U) Lackawanna County Prison email correspondence, 4 November 2010; A collaborative source with good access. 17 (U) Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake email correspondence; 24 November 2010; A collaborative source with good access. 18 (U) Garfield County Sheriffs Office email correspondence; 29 November 2010; A collaborative source with good access. 19 (U) Arizona Department of Public Safety email correspondence; 16 November 2010; A collaborative source with good access. 20 (U) Arizona Department of Public Safety email correspondence; 10 January 2011; A collaborative source with good access. 21 (U) Arizona Department of Public Safety email correspondence; 10 January 2011; A collaborative source with good access. 22 (U) Sedgwick County Kansas email correspondence; 10 November 2010; A collaborative source with good access. 23 (U) Texas Attorney General’s Office email correspondence; 22 November 2010; A collaborative source with good access. 24 (U) Knox County Sheriffs Office email correspondence; 8 November 2010; A collaborative source with good access. 25 (U) Online News Article; The Daily Record; “Officials Raise Gang Awareness”; 17 November 2010; accessed on 23 November 2010 at www.canoncitydailyrecord.com/Top-Story.asp?ID=15254 26 (U) Online News Article; Town News; “Teens Arrested for Trespassing at Foreclosed Home”; 24 October 2010; accessed on 28 October 2010 at www.wmicentral.com/new/show_low/article_854a4d5a-dd5b-11df-82bd- 001cc4c UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY 9 _____________________________________________________________________________________________ 27 (U) Online News Article; Town News; “Police, Schools Watching ‘Juggalos’-Classified as Gang”; 22 November 2010; accessed on 23 November 2010. 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Juggalos The most basic definition of a Juggalo (or Juggalette if female), is that they are fans of the rap/hip-hop group “The Insane Clown Posse,” or ICP. As self-described outcasts, Juggalos attempt to shock the society that they claim has cast them aside, and they relish in the fantasy that society fears them. To achieve this, Juggalos will paint their faces to resemble bizarre evil clowns and engage in just about any behavior that “normal” society might find shocking or offensive. The purpose is, of course, to elicit a negative reaction, which in turn validates the Juggalos belief that society has cast them aside, and serves builds their self-esteem and self-worth as members of the Juggalo “family.” Naturally, ICP and its employees encourage this behavior as well as the results, often telling those who attend the groups yearly “gathering” in Illinois, that society is afraid of them and that societies fears can only strengthen the Juggalos and make them more powerful against those who have made them outcasts. In reality, it was their propensity for negative behavior that causes others to simply not want to be around them, and their belief that they are victims of a society that has cast them aside simply feeds this cycle of foundationless rebellion and their ostracization of society.
The Juggalos were never outcasts in the first place, but because they often did not get the (fill in the blank) they felt they deserved, they felt as if they were rejected, as if they were outcasts. Along came ICP who through their music advocated violence against those who have cast them out and rejected them, and suddenly they have something to rally around and identify with. Unfortunately, at least for the Juggalos of the world, what they continually fail to understand is that it is all a marketing gimmick and nothing more. As much as Violent J (real name: Joseph Bruce) and Shaggy 2 Dope (real name: Joseph Utsler) insist they are there all for their fans, the truth of the matter is they are there all for their fans money and devotion (which in turn generates even more money for the ICP), and nothing more. Bruce and Utsler are currently estimated to be worth $17.5 million. Quite an economic gap between the millionaire ICP and the legions of dedicated fans who live in poverty as “outcasts,” which is just where ICP wants them.
Juggalo Gangs It would be difficult to label any Juggalo or group of Juggalos a “gang,” simply because they do not fit the generally accepted definition of a gang. According to the National Criminal Justice Reference System (NCJRS), a gang “is a group of three or more individuals who engage in criminal activity and identify themselves with a common name or sign.” In this sense the entire Juggalo “family” is a gang, simply because they have a tendency to engage in public drug use and public sexual acts during their annual gatherings. But how do they compare to what we generally think of as a gang, such as the Bloods, Crips, Surenos, etc? Well, the fact is, they don’t even come close. Each of the gangs just mentioned engage in drug sales and manufacture, assaults (often coordinated), murder, theft, robbery, burglary, prostitution, gambling, and more, often as a group and more often than not for express purpose of benefitting the gang financially. Clearly then, the Juggalos do not fit the definition of a gang.2 It would, however, be accurate to say that the Juggalos do fit the description of a Security Threat Group (STG). Although the term is generally used only to describe groups of prison inmates, STG’s can, and do, exist beyond the walls of the nations correctional facilities. A Security Threat Group is any group who, through their criminal actions and activities, endanger the safety and security of a correctional facility, detention facility, or community. In this sense, the Juggalo “family” is most definitely an STG.
During the annual gathering of Juggalos, a week-long rap/hip-hop party sponsored by ICP’s Psychopathic Records, and held at Hogrock Campground in Cave-in-Rock, Illinois, alcohol and illegal drugs of all kinds flow freely and it is not uncommon to see small children partaking. IN one reported instance, a young boy of approximately 12-years old was seen purchasing ecstasy and smoking marijuana, while a small three-year old girl was seen dancing alongside a rapper chanting about the joys of rape and sexual abuse. As one might guess, it is also common to witness naked men and women wandering around the site, sometimes engaging in sexual acts in full view of the attendees (which number between 10,000 and 20,000 each year). The annual Juggalo gathering is not unlike a combination of the 1969 Woodstock Festival and a carnivalistic feral underground sub-culture not unlike a post-apocalyptic commune from the Mad Max films.
In addition to the obvious acts of vandalism, intimidation, public use of illegal drugs and public sex acts during their annual gatherings, violent assaults are also known to happen. At the 2010 Juggalo Gathering, actress / singer Tila Tequila was appearing on-stage when the Juggalos attending her concert began to pelt her first with rocks and bottles, and then with cups full of urine and handfuls of human excrement. When Tequila stopped the concert and left the stage with her bodyguards, they were attacked by mobs of Juggalos who physically assaulted her and her overwhelmed bodyguards. Tequila and her entourage were forced to take shelter in a small trailer that had been set up for her while the mob outside broke the windows and tried to break into the trailer to get to her. She was briefly hospitalized due to the incident.
In addition, there have been many instances of Juggalos committing even more more serious criminal acts. Crimes such as assault (including upon law enforcement officers), kidnappings, horribly violent murders and dismemberments, robberies, and organized drug sales (of marijuana, methamphetamine, oxymorphone (Opana, Oxycodone, etc), ecstasy, LSD, Klonopin, bathsalts, and more), and these crimes are not limited to the annual gatherings. They are occurring in cities and towns across the country at different times of the year. This is not to say or even imply that all Juggalos engage in these criminal activities, because to put it simply, they don’t. There are an increasing number, however, who do, and it is those Juggalos who engage in these criminal activities, as well as the overall proclivity of many Juggalos to become violent, that has earned the Juggalos the Security Threat Group label.
Recently, there have a been a small, but growing number of Juggalos who have created an entirely different type of Juggalo STG, the Juggalo Neo-Nazi groups. Currently there are three such groups. The first are the “Juggalo Killers,” a group of Juggalo’s affiliated with the violent and racist prison gang, the Aryan Brothers Liberation. The Juggalo Killers (JK) use intimidation tactics to scare non-affiliated Juggalos into aligning themselves with the JK, and in at least one instance, they attacked a non-affiliated Juggalo.
In Utah, a 19-year old Juggalette was attacked and knocked unconscious. When she regained consciousness, she found she had been taken to a different location and that her bicycle and cell phone had been stolen. She also found cuts on her wrists and the initials “JK” had been carved into her chest. Not long after her attack and abduction, other Juggalos who had been listed in her cell phone began to receive calls from her cell phone from the girls attackers. They bragged about what they had done to her and blamed her fellow Juggalos for allowing her to remain on the streets by herself.3 In addition to the Juggalo Killers, a second group calling itself the United Nazi Juggalo Front (UNJF) is affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan, and has released a series of videos featuring the ICP “Hatchet Man” logo in the center of a Nazi swastika flag with the group’s name in the four corners of the flag. In addition to the group’s You Tube channel, they also spread their propaganda via Twitter. Although many Juggalos claim the UNJF is not actually affiliated with the ICP, the ICP affiliated merchandizing website, HatchetGear.com, has until recently featured the UNJF Hatchet Man Swatstika Belt Buckle for sale. The third group is the “936 Juggalos” who are now affiliated with the UNJF as well.
federal judge has dismissed Insane Clown Posse's lawsuit against the FBI and the Justice Department, allowing the agencies to continue classifying the group's fans, called Juggalos, as a "gang." According to the Associated Press's Tuesday report, U.S. District Judge Robert Cleland ruled last week that because a 2011 FBI report on gangs is "descriptive," and not " prescriptive," it doesn't break any laws. The group intends to appeal the decision.
Insane Clown Posse's suit was supported by the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan. It claimed that the FBI report's classification of Juggalos as a "loosely organized hybrid gang" was "unwarranted and unlawful," and prompted local law enforcement officials to harass fans wearing jewelry or other symbols of the group. The ACLU of Michigan's legal director Michael J. Steinberg said this in a statement about the decision:
"The only way to remedy this injustice for all innocent Juggalos is to start with the root of the problem – the FBI’s arbitrary and erroneous branding of hundreds of thousands of music fans as gang members. There is no doubt that the FBI created this problem and the solution begins there as well. Otherwise, we’ll be playing whack-o-mole to stop local law enforcement agencies from discriminating against our clients, when the agencies are just following the FBI’s lead.”
As the AP noted, the classification doesn't show up anywhere in the FBI's most recent report on gangs, however, the 2011 report is still used by local law enforcement agencies. The report details criminal activity by some self-identified Juggalos, but even the FBI's assessment is based on the criminal activity of a small minority of participants in ICP's fan base.
Juggalos — usually pictured wearing makeup similar to that of the ICP duo themselves — are probably best-known for their antics during the annual "gathering of the juggalos" festivals. The next one is in a couple of weeks.
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