Jimmy Henchman is nobody’s snitch. At least that’s what his friends say.
A number of music industry executives have come out in support of manager James Rosemond, after an article in the New York Daily News ran today (September 13th), accusing him of cooperating with the government in a variety of cases.
The New York Daily News reported that Rosemond served as an informant in at least three cases since the mid-1990’s including one, in which he received leniency for a Los Angeles gun case.
“The article in today’s New York Daily News about Jimmy Rosemond is nothing short of a targeted assassination attempt by the government, with an assist from their favorite daily newspaper,” Lichtman told AllHipHop.com in a statement.
“Due to the government’s inability to convict Jimmy in a court of law, they have stooped to trying to get him lynched in the street,” Lichtman fumed. “We are weighing our legal options at this time but we can say in no uncertain terms: Jimmy is not and has never cooperated with law enforcement. If you noticed the article never stated one named person that Mr. Rosemond allegedly informed upon. Any suggestion otherwise is a damnable, actionable lie.”
To read comments from Wyclef Jean and other supports of Rosemond go to ALLHIPHOP.COM