James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond, CEO of Czar Entertainment, was found guilty of operating a million-dollar drug-trafficking ring.
Rosemond was convicted of 13 counts, including c------ distribution, conspiracy, money laundering, firearms possession and witness tampering. He faces a maximum sentence of life in prison when sentenced.
Rosemond reportedly transported drugs from California to New York using a variety of methods. He allegedly used boxes made for musical equipment and vacuum-sealed bags to transport the drugs.
Rosemond’s lawyer Gerald Shargel said he planned to appeal before the sentencing. “I am very disappointed by the verdict,” the attorney told AllHipHop. “There were a lot of reasons to doubt the government’s case.”
Rosemond is no stranger to controversy. He is rumored to be behind the 1994 Quads Studio Recordings Ambush of Tupac Shakur. He also was accused of hiring hit men to murder Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher in retaliation for a 2007 assault on his son.
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