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James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond drug trial 7: Shipments of guns were sent to Game

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

It turns out James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond was more than the manager for Game, and a number of other urban entertainment acts. According to the evidence held against him, Jimmy Henchman was the head of a drug ring, which he led from 2007 until his 2011 arrest. After evading the police for a month, Henchman was arrested and began cooperating with authorities during the fall of 2011, in October.

For his crime of heading the cocaine ring and having drugs shipped in boxes to the Los Angeles offices of Interscope Records, James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond is standing trial. Following testimonies from those close to him, the prosecution is now using confession from Rosemond’s failed plea deal against him. Previously, Jimmy Henchman confessed to laundering money through condos in his native New York City and through helping Haiti with Wyclef Jean.

Previously, it was revealed James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond had been using the offices of Interscope Records and rehearsal rooms in the Los Angeles area to have his people pick up the illegal shipments. During his failed plea bargain, Jimmy Henchman revealed he sent “test” shipments of guns to his Czar artist, Game. Once the guns were received, FBI agent Marc Van Driessche said the shipments of drugs were then run.

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