Michael K. Williams’ “Unjust Justice” Highlighting Trial Of Jimmy Henchmen
(AllHipHop News) The 10-part series will be executive produced by Michael K. Williams and directed by Don Sikorsi.
The in-depth investigative documentary will dig into the true motivations for prosecutor Todd Kaminsky’s quest for the conviction of music mogul James “Henchmen” Rosemond.
Rosemond claims Kaminsky relied upon the accounts of jailhouse informants in his prosecution, and even bribed Leah Daniels, the sister of “Empire” director Lee Daniels, for her testimony.
“I will take my part by exposing some of those ills [injustice] with a 10-part series called Unjust Justice. Everything that you wanted to know about the Criminal Justice system or what you thought you knew about it will be illuminated in these docuseries, good and bad,” Williams told AllHipHop.com in a statement.
Rosemond became infamous for his alleged involvement in the 1994 shooting of Tupac at Quad Studios, something he has consistently denied.
James Rosemond is currently serving a life sentence in prison for his 2012 conviction on drug conspiracy charges.
He is also serving a second life term for allegedly ordering the murder of 50 Cent’s associate, Lowell Fletcher, who had been present when Tony Yayo allegedly slapped Rosemond’s young son in 2007.
“The Takeover,” can be viewed October 18 here.
Give the trailer for the latest installment a look below.