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Saturday, October 9, 2010

Game's Manager Jimmy Henchman Reportedly Being Set Up

Is “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond, accused last month of being a police informant, being set up in an elaborate hoax to scar his reputation?
According to sources, a letter has been circulating around various penitentiaries by former LA Times writerCharles “Chuck” Philips, seeking the assistance of various inmates in a possible pursuit to get-back at Rosemond.
Philips is famously known for writing a front-page story for the LA Times in 2008 alleging that Sean "Diddy" Combs, and the Notorious B.I.G. were behind the 1994 shooting of Tupac Shakur outside New York's Quad Studios.
It was later discovered by that the documents Philips used to attribute his claims were the work of a con man.
The paper later retracted the article and issued an apology to another man who was falsely implemented in the article, Rosemond.
At the time, Rosemond was calling for the Philips' job for attempting to soil his name.
Philips was let go from the Times less than five months after the retraction in a round of budget cuts at the paper.
Now, new documents have surfaced that seem to implicate that Philips is attempting to set a charade into motion as a possible means of revenge on Rosemond.
If these new revelations are true, this would add another strange twist in the life of the disgraced writer who won a Pulitzer Prize in 1999 for his stories on corruption in the music industry.
As previously reported, Czar Entertainment CEO, Jimmy "Henchman" Rosemond, is being accused by a former lawyer of providing information to law enforcement officials dating back in the mid-90's.
In documents leaked to the in September, one of Rosemond's former lawyers cites many instances where the CEO has aided authorities in apprehending criminals.
The lawyer states that his repeated cooperation with authorities aided in asking for leniency in a Los Angeles gun case.
Rosemond's lawyer has since released this statement proclaiming his client's innocence.
"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…
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…
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."

Rosemond himself has yet to speak publicly about the claims.
The alleged letter from Charles “Chuck” Philips is below.

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