(AllHipHop News) James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond may be serving a life sentence behind bars, but his story is still being told thanks to a documentary series focusing on the Hip-Hop mogul’s life.
The docuseries “Unjust Justice - The Jimmy Rosemond Tapes,” premiered in February on gotoground.com.
The series is helmed by G2G’s Don Sikorski, who has done investigative documentaries on subjects like Black Mafia Family, the Hip-Hop police in New York, in addition to producing the popular “Black Ink Crew” reality show.
Sikorski and G2G’s latest effort focuses on the dramatic career of Jimmy Henchman, the former head of Czar Entertainment, which at one point managed artists like Game, Mike Tyson, Gucci Mane, Brandy, Mario Winans and others.
In the second episode of the 10-part series, Sikorski continues to present the executive’s rise and ultimate fall, in the entertainment industry.
For years, James Rosemond has been dogged by rumors that he helped set up rapper Tupac Shakur’s robbery and shooting at the Quad Recording Studios in November of 1994.
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The rumors only intensified when the alleged shooter, convicted murderer Dexter Isaac, confessed to being the one who shot Tupac Shakur, but only after the statute of limitations to be prosecuted for the crime expired.
In October of 2015, Rosemond was convicted of leading a drug trafficking organization that sold hundreds of kilos of cocaine in and around New York City each month.
“I believe that government informants colluded with the United States Attorney, former prosecutor, Todd Kaminsky, and various media outlets, to convict Rosemond of these charges,” G2G’s Don Sikorski said. “My investigation is ongoing; however, at its core there are five components that confirm that Rosemond had a periphery connection to a crew of street hustlers and narcotic traffickers that operated as freelancers. He was NOT a criminal boss of an organized, continuing criminal enterprise.”
In 2015, James Rosemond was also convicted of ordering the murder of G-Unit affiliate Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher, who was machine-gunned to death in the Bronx in 2009.
Fletcher was supposedly one of several men who attacked Rosemond’s then 14-year-old son during a violent feud between 50 Cent’s G-Unit.
Despite his convictions, James Rosemond continues to maintain his innocence in both cases, which will be explored in upcoming episodes.