(AllHipHop News) The DEA case agent presiding over the cocaine trial of James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond offered up some shocking testimony today (May 31) during the proceedings.
Prosecutor and lead case agent Steven Miller spent the majority of the morning testifying about evidence that was seized from Rosemond's Brooklyn, New York luxury apartment.
Through his investigation of the "Rosemond Organization," agent Miller and investigators managed to flip several key members of the organization, who recorded wires and testified against the mogul.
During his testimony, Miller said that Rosemond had as many as eight different suppliers of cocaine.
Agent Miller said that James Rosemond was introduced to an individual named "Two T's," through Compton, California rapper Game.
Two T's, who is a member of the Bounty Hunter Bloods, supplied Rosemond with cocaine between 2008 and 2009.
Two T's and Rosemond would ship the drugs to Atlanta, using R&B singer Akon's name, since Two T's had a number of drug retailers in the region.
Another individual who supplied cocaine to Rosemond was an individual known as "Superman."
Agent Miller said that in addition to selling cocaine to Rosemond, he also supplied Compton rapper Slim Da Mobster with rifles and cocaine.
Rosemond also had a relationship with Slim Da Mobster, who allegedly sold Rosemond a firearm in 2008.
Their relationship soured, when Slim Da Mobster, an artist on Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment, allegedly stole $250,000 from Rosemond's brother, Mario, who was is also charged in the case.
Agent Miller also claimed that Rosemond had information relating to the murder of a man named Kenji Harris, who was murdered in 1996.
According to agent Miller, the murder was allegedly committed by another cocaine supplier known as "D-Mac."
Testimony continues today.