INSANE CLOWN POSSE Fans Banned From Colorado Springs High School

According to the Colorado Springs Police Department blotter, INSANE CLOWN POSSE fans were banned from Wasson High School on Thursday (Nov. 4) "due to recent events surrounding the group's followers. On [Nov. 5] at approx. [1:00 a.m.] two students spraypainted the exterior of the school with ICP logos and writing consistant with the gang's following," a Nov. 5 entry in the blotter reads. "The students were identified and felony charges are pending. At approximately [9:00 a.m.] students decided to protest the decision of the school staff to ban ICP. The protest resulted in 6 students getting suspended for disruptive behavior. During the protest the school received word of a pending gun threat from the ICP/Juggalo gang. The threat did not materialize into any active threat. Further information was received about ICP/Juggalo from around the city arriving at the school at approx. [3:00 p.m.] to protest the school's actions. No incidents were reported at [3:00 p.m.]. Numerous officers from the Stetson NPU unit remained in the area of the school to insure the students' safety throughout the day."

(Thanks: Sean Anderson)


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