Have footage of cops harassing Juggalos?

Got footage of cops harassing Juggalos ?

Tom Putnam and Brenna Sanchez, a couple of established filmmakers, that are doing a feature-length documentary about our Juggalo fam and the FBI gang designationHowever, they need your help! They are in need of any footage that may be out there about the two.

The footage they are in search of is anything  you may have captured on your cell phone or whatever that shows Juggalos getting harassed, threatened, or profiled by law enforcement officials.

If you have any footage you think depicts police harassment of Juggalos, please create a FREE user account at the link below and upload it tohttps://tbvefilms.submittable.com/submit/.

 Check out the letter they sent to Psychopathic Records with their full request below.
Tom and Brenna here, from the “UNTITLED ICP DOCUMENTARY,” which is currently in production.
The “UNTITLED ICP DOCUMENTARY” explores the story of ICP and their landmark lawsuit against the FBI. Backed by the ACLU, the case could be a bellwether of change for First Amendment rights in the U.S. Under an agreement with ICP, we’ll follow ICP and the Juggalos’ fight to protect American civil liberties.
We are currently looking for footage of Juggalos being harassed by law enforcement in any way — pulled over, arrested, interactions, outside concerts, at roadside checkpoints, etc.
Please help us tell your stories!
If you have any footage you think depicts police harassment of Juggalos, please create a FREE user account at the link below and upload it for our editors’ review.
 
If you have any questions, please email us at icpdocumentary@gmail.com
It’s crucial to us to get beyond the media, and present a clear and balanced picture, based on facts and solid reporting.
Thanks so much,
Brenna Sanchez & Tom Putnam
Directors/Producers, “UNTITLED ICP DOCUMENTARY”
ABOUT THE FILMMAKERS: Directors Brenna Sanchez and Tom Putnam are the award-winning filmmakers behind “BURN,” the critically acclaimed Detroit firefighter documentary. Putnam directed “Red, White, Black + Blue,” the first feature-length documentary to tell the little-known story of Japan’s invasion of Alaska, one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. Sanchez has produced a number of music documentaries, including “Hank Williams: Honky Tonk Blues,” “The Highwaymen,” “Iggy & The Stooges’ Raw Power,” and “Johnny Cash’s America,” which was nominated for a 2010 GRAMMY Award. For more about BURN: detroitfirefilm.org

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