On January 8, 2014, Insane Clown Posse along with the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan filed suit again against the FBI.
The suit aims to have Juggalos no longer considered to be a gang and to have any "criminal intelligence information" about Juggalos destroyed.
The Gathering has featured bands of a variety of genres within hip hop and rock, though the majority of the acts perform horrorcore and hardcore hip hop, similar to that of Psychopathic Records artists.
the Gathering of the Juggalos spans four days and includes concerts, wrestling, games, contests, autograph sessions, karaoke, and seminars with artists.
During the song "The Juggla", Violent J addressed the audience as Juggalos, and the positive response resulted in Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope using the word thereafter to refer to themselves and their friends, family and fans, including other Psychopathic Records artists.
The fanbase boomed following the release of their third album, Riddle Box, in 1995, leading Insane Clown Posse to write the songs "What Is a Juggalo?
Much of the book takes place at the Gathering of the Juggalos.
Demo Jams Submissions being accepted for the Juggalo Show!!
" and "Down With the Clown" for their 1997 album The Great Milenko.
According to Shaggy 2 Dope, "[Juggalos come] from all walks of life – from poverty, from rich, from all religions, all colors.
Some members of the Juggalos street gang even look down on non-criminal Juggalos, considering them to be weak, Both Juggalo gang affiliates and nonviolent Juggalos believe in the Juggalo "family", however, some nonviolent Juggalos do not believe that any gang related activity should be associated with the Juggalo lifestyle.
Psychopathic Records launched the website for fans to submit stories about unfair treatment by law enforcement.