ACLU FBI Juggalo gang case update!

Juggalo Gang
Tomorrow is the day the ACLU heads to court on the FBI Juggalo gang case. Dan Korobkin of the ACLU of Michigan is one of the lawyers that is representing us, the Juggalos in court.  He has just posted an update leading into tomorrows court hearing on the FBI Juggalo Gang Label.  In this short video he gives viewers our point of view, and the FBI’s.  We know what the problem is, and the FBI is blaming smaller agencies for how we are sometimes treated over the label they have given us.  Tomorrow they go to court once again to get rid of this infringement of our First Amendment rights.

We don’t roll around with dead bodies hanging out of our car, and we aren’t gang members -Shaggy 2 Dope

The FBI thought they won when the case was thrown out, the ACLU look to prove that the case was thrown out too early and it has been a cause of unnecessary discrimination.  To view the brief filed by the ACLU on the FBI Juggalo gang case head HERE  .Peep the video below and lets hope tomorrow goes well.  Whoop Whoop!

“Whether or not we can defeat the FBI, that’s one thing,But it’s important that people know we are fighting it. We cannot just stand back and say, ‘Yes, that’s correct—the Juggalos are a gang.’ It’s like being called the bad guy out of everybody at the party. It’s like a big fat finger pointing down from the gods, saying: ‘Fuck you—you know you shouldn’t be here. Your fans aren’t fans; they’re a gang, and that makes you gang leaders—or some kind of shit.’ It’s scary to me. It’s not scary during the day, when I’m with my boys and talking about fighting it. But when I’m at home, chilling with my family, it’s so big to have the government say something like that about us.”  -Violent J


Just in case your wondering this is the description the FBI Juggalo description:

FBI JUggaloThe Juggalos, a loosely-organized hybrid gang, are rapidly expanding into many US communities. Although recognized as a gang in only four states, many Juggalos subsets exhibit gang-like behavior and engage in criminal activity and violence. Law enforcement officials in at least 21 states have identified criminal Juggalo sub-sets, according to NGIC reporting.