Jimmy Henchman’s Case Awaits Verdict After Closing Arguments

By Lora Neng
June 4, 2012

Closing arguments for the trial of Jimmy Henchman were made Friday of last week, and the hip-hop entrepreneur now awaits a verdict on whether he will be found guilty of a murder hit, drug charges, and gun charges for an alleged national drug trafficking scheme behind the front of his Czar Entertainment label. Given the number of people linked to the alleged drug operation, the defense seemed to deem taking a backseat by calling no witnesses and instead letting the prosecution build their case to be their best tack.

“Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond’s manifold activities is painting a complex portrait of the man. He has cemented some relationships of grateful loyalty through the ordeal, including the vocal support of Michael Williams for  helping launch his acting career, while others turned around as informants wearing wires to collect evidence in aid of the investigation against Henchman.

Defense attorney Gerald Shargel maintained that the evidence submitted of recorded conversations between informants and his client failed to establish Rosemond’s connection to an actual crime, and further, the witnesses called upon were motivated by a desire to reduce their own sentences to provide perjured testimony. Any wrongdoing, Shargel insisted, according to AllHipHop, could be traced to relying on crooked former accountant John Dash, who has since admitted to mortgage fraud.

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