Thursday, March 6, 2014

Jimmy Henchmen Trial: Witnesses say he ordered violent acts toward Chris Lighty and 50 Cent

This trial seems to be heating up with all kinds of skeletons falling out of the closet about Hip Hop's Elite!

We're wondering if there will be any mention of clues as to what exactly  happened to Late great Hip Hop Legend/DJ Jam Master Jay and will this assist in finding his murderer.

Three former associates of James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond testified against their former boss during his current murder trial. As witnesses for the prosecution, Khalil Abdullah, Brian McCleod, and Mohammed Stewart told the jury that Henchman ordered them to engage in violent acts against 50 Cent and his G-Unit crew.

Henchman and 50′s G-Unit had a long running feud that allegedly included family members being assaulted, gun shoot outs, and cars being burned. According to prosecutors the end result was a murder-for-hire plot orchestrated by Henchman that left G-Unit associate Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher dead.

Abdullah claims that after violent incidents involving Rosemond, his son, and G-Unit’s Tony Yayo, he hired gunmen to shoot at Yayo’s Bentley. The former member of the Rosemond drug organization also testified Henchman admitted to hiring hitmen to kill Fletcher.

Stewart’s testimony included admitting he shot at Chris Lighty’s Violator Records offices, slashing Lighty’s brother with a razor, shooting at G-Unit road manager Baja Walters’ Staten Island home, and stalking 50, Yayo, and Lighty hoping to kill them. He claims he did all these acts on Henchman’s behalf.

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