Jimmy Henchman Sentencing Delayed
(AllHipHop News) Sentencing for James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond has been delayed AllHipHop.com has learned.
James Rosemond stood trial for two weeks during the month of June, on federal cocaine distribution charges, stemming from allegations that he ran a Continuous Criminal Enterprise (CCE).
Rosemond ran Czar Entertainment, which managed artists like Game, Mario Winans, Brandy, Sean Kingston and others.
But federal prosecutors claimed Rosemond supplemented his legitimate music industry business by heading up The Rosemond Organization, a drug gang.
The Rosemond Organization allegedly imported hundreds-of-kilos each week to New York, while sending millions in illegal proceeds to the west coast, using road cases for recording equipment.
On June 5, 2012, a jury found James Rosemond was found guilty of all charges levied against him. Rosemond was supposed to be sentenced on October 18, but the sentencing date has been delayed.
Rosemond's publicist said the mogul's family remained positive, despite the fact that he is facing a life sentence for the drug distribution charges.
"I'm not exactly sure why Jimmy's sentencing was postponed but I do know Mr. Rosemond is doing well and is remaining positive and his family and colleagues will be at the sentencing and remain supportive," Sibrena Stowe de Fernandez, of LaChic Media told AllHipHop.com.
The same month (June of 2012), James Rosemond and six other men were indicted for the murder of Lowell "Lodi Mac" Fletcher, a Bloods gang member and associate of 50 Cent's, who was gunned down in the Bronx.
Lodi Mac had served two years in prison, in part, for his role in striking James Rosemond's young son, during an altercation in Manhattan involving Tony Yayo.
Police claim Rosemond offered Brian McCleod, Torae Jackson and three other men a few kilos of cocaine in exchange for murdering Lodi Mac, who was shot and killed in September 2009.
James Rosemond's next hearing for sentencing isn't unti April 26, 2013.