The hip hop duo, Insane Clown Posse has decided to fight back. The two singers, whose controversial and negative lyrics attracts a fan base of a million people, has sued the Justice Department along with the FBI over what they deem to be harassment and labeling.
The InsaneClownPosse is infamous for its rebel yells and notorious defiance of authority. Their fansalso paint their faceslike clowns and sport tattoos of a hatchet man on their bodies. Known as Juggalos, these fans have been known to spread trouble. Although the crimes committed by them are petty, the law is the law.
The semi-gangsters have been seen as a threat to society by the Justice Department and the FBI. But instead of feeling any contrition, they have decided to lash outagainst the authorities. The solution to the issue they have reached is to sue the top cats that are makingvalue judgments against them.
The musical group has declared that it is their constitutional right to express themselves in whatever manner they like. They say that to take that right away from them is anathema and not to be tolerated in a secular society. Furthermore, the two singers have denied that their followers are criminals. They refuse to believe that any misdeeds are being perpetrated by their loyal fan base.
Rather, just because they are different, they have been targeted by the moral majority that rules society. Non-conformity is not a sin and the path of unconventionality does not pose any harm to others. The group has been under the surveillance of the government and has frequently clashed in court with the FBI.
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