James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond Sentenced To Life In Prison [Details]
Rucuss staffOctober 26, 2013
Former music executive/manager James ‘Jimmy Henchman’ Rosemond was sentenced to life in prison on Friday for cocaine trafficking.
Rosemond was convicted of overseeing what officials said was an $11 million a year bicoastal cocaine trafficking business that used a musical equipment shipping company as cover to transport cocaine and cash.
Rosemond, known in the rap world as “Jimmy Henchman, received the verdict in a Brooklyn federal courthouse. He still faces separate charges in federal court in Manhattan of conspiracy to murder an associate of the rapper 50 Cent.
Last year, Henchman admitted to setting up Tupac Shakur’s infamous shooting at Quad Studios during an attempted robbery in 1994. According to AllHipHop, Henchman will be seeking a new trial.
Photos via Eurweb.com and Masslive.com
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