Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Jimmy Henchman pleads 'Not Guilty' following arrest

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

Full details have emerged surrounding yesterday's arrest of Jimmy "Henchman" Rosemond. As the drug kingpin was leaving the W Hotel in New York City at Union Square, police surrounded him. Initially, Rosemond tried to run from the police, but was eventually arrested one block away.

The CEO of Czar Entertainment had been on the run for nearly a month after it was revealed he was the head of a cocaine ring. For nearly twenty years, Henchman had been a high-raking executive in the hip hop industry. His company manages Game, Akon, and Brandy, along with a number of other celebrities.

However, it was revealed all of his businesses were nothing more than a front for his cocaine distribution, which operated on both coasts of the United States. As the days turned into weeks, more information about the Rosemond criminal empire was released. Dexter Isaac, a former Rosemond employee, admitted he was the man who shot Tupac Shakur, in 1994, on Henchman's orders. This, along with the cocaine charges, was denied by Rosemond.

Information on Henchman was revealed by two high ranking members of his organization. Rosemond was brought into court in Brooklyn Federal Court, earlier today. Coming as a surprise to no one, who has followed this story, Henchman pleaded 'Not Guilty' to the drug charges. The legal team of Henchman said, the federal goverment has forced his employees to give them false, incriminating evidence against him. They said they would not stop until all of this is revealed.


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