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PostPosted: Sat Oct 26, 2013 10:49 pm    Post subject: Silence is Golden... Menace receives new life and Life Sent. Reply with quote

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A letter containing incriminating evidence against James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond, a member of Intercope's A&R staff has surfaced apparently marking the retraction of Rosemond's protective status. Indicted in June on drug-trafficking charges Rosemond has remained in custody as his attorney Jeffrey Lichtman hasn't sought bail for his client, nor has he reviewed the evidence laid out in a discovery letter filed on September 12th in U.S. District Court in Brooklyn, N.Y. The letter contains accusations that between January 2010 and June 2011 members of an organization headed by Rosemond concealed drug shipments in "road cases" shipped from Los Angeles to New York. The same cases were used to secret return shipments of cash totaling hundreds of thousands of dollars shipped by Rockit Cargo Ltd. None of the corporate parties associated with Rockit Cargo, Interscope nor Interscope's parent company Vivendi SA Universal Music Group stand accused of participating in the endeavor but the question remains as to how members of the Rosemond organization gained access to Interscope's Los Angeles headquarters to drop off and retrieve the shipments of drugs and money. It is worth noting that Rosemond maintains links to members of the Rollin 60s and publicly bragged of his use of the gangs members to intimidate rapper Tupac Shakur during their highly publicized feud more than a decade ago.


The testimony of Winston Harris 'a lieutenant in a New York drug ring fronted by James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond,' sealed the fate of the former music industry operative. Rosemond was found guilty on 13 separate drug related counts in a trial that featured Harris's revelation that he had retrieved a box from the Beverly Hilton containing $500,000 drug related in funds. The trial featured allegations of Henchman's use of music-equipment cases to secret cash and drugs. Henchman has been linked to industry acts ranging from Salt & Pepper to Brandy, the sister of Ray J, Whitney Houston's alleged boyfriend/drug supplier.


James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond was sentenced life plus 5 years for his role in a drug ring involving the brother-in-law of movie director Lee Daniels "Precious and The Butler." Rosemond was done in by a number of cohorts turned witness including Henry "Black" Butler, from the 60s. Butler admitted supplying Rosemond with drugs secreted in instrument cases shipped from the Los Angeles offices of Universal Music Group. As Rosemond begins his life term, Universal Music Group will continue the familial tie through James Rosemond, Jr., CEO of RoyalDream Management. Perhaps silence truly is Golden. Or at the very least a Royal Dream or is it Dream Royal?
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FINCEN
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 26, 2013 11:05 pm    Post subject: Silence is Golden... Menace receives new life and Life Sent. Reply with quote

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A letter containing incriminating evidence against James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond, a member of Intercope's A&R staff has surfaced apparently marking the retraction of Rosemond's protective status. Indicted in June on drug-trafficking charges Rosemond has remained in custody as his attorney Jeffrey Lichtman hasn't sought bail for his client, nor has he reviewed the evidence laid out in a discovery letter filed on September 12th in U.S. District Court in Brooklyn, N.Y. The letter contains accusations that between January 2010 and June 2011 members of an organization headed by Rosemond concealed drug shipments in "road cases" shipped from Los Angeles to New York. The same cases were used to secret return shipments of cash totaling hundreds of thousands of dollars shipped by Rockit Cargo Ltd. None of the corporate parties associated with Rockit Cargo, Interscope nor Interscope's parent company Vivendi SA Universal Music Group stand accused of participating in the endeavor but the question remains as to how members of the Rosemond organization gained access to Interscope's Los Angeles headquarters to drop off and retrieve the shipments of drugs and money. It is worth noting that Rosemond maintains links to members of the Rollin 60s and publicly bragged of his use of the gangs members to intimidate rapper Tupac Shakur during their highly publicized feud more than a decade ago.


The testimony of Winston Harris 'a lieutenant in a New York drug ring fronted by James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond,' sealed the fate of the former music industry operative. Rosemond was found guilty on 13 separate drug related counts in a trial that featured Harris's revelation that he had retrieved a box from the Beverly Hilton containing $500,000 drug related in funds. The trial featured allegations of Henchman's use of music-equipment cases to secret cash and drugs. Henchman has been linked to industry acts ranging from Salt & Pepper to Brandy, the sister of Ray J, Whitney Houston's alleged boyfriend/drug supplier.


James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond was sentenced life plus 5 years for his role in a drug ring involving the brother-in-law of movie director Lee Daniels "Precious and The Butler." Rosemond was done in by a number of cohorts turned witness including Henry "Black" Butler, from the 60s. Butler admitted supplying Rosemond with drugs secreted in instrument cases shipped from the Los Angeles offices of Universal Music Group. As Rosemond begins his life term, Universal Music Group will continue the familial tie through James Rosemond, Jr., CEO of RoyalDream Management. Perhaps silence truly is Golden. Or at the very least a Royal Dream or is it Dream Royal?
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 24, 2014 8:42 pm    Post subject: Freeway Rick Ross dispute continues Reply with quote

Former Los Angeles Dodger and Highland resident Derrel Thomas pled no contest on a conspiracy charge relating to an ill-fated attempt to purchase 22 pounds of cocaine on behalf of Rickey Ross in December 1993. The investigation began with an informants tip that Thomas had approached him seeking to arrange a drug deal. Authorities charged Thomas was acting on behalf of Ross. After a prolonged investigation authorities arranged to meet Thomas and Ross for a proposed drug transaction at a Los Angeles McDonald's. Ross reportedly entered the restaurant to negotiate with the undercover officers over the price of 10 kilos of cocaine. Thomas reportedly stayed outside to guard a gym bag containing $140,000 in cash.

The aforementioned episode is not in reference to William Roberts II aka Rick Ross nor Ricky Donnell Ross aka Freeway Rick. The case is in reference to Rickey Samuel Ross a former Los Angeles County Sheriff's narcotics investigator and Rialto resident. The Ross case generated headlines in the late 80s after investigators charged Ross with murdering 3 prostitutes in the Los Angeles area. Ross later agreed to sever his 18 year stint with the department after he was reportedly discovered smoking crack in a car with a 21 year old prostitute. It seems as though media reports on the name battle between Rickey D. Ross and William Roberts have missed the fact that while Rick Ross sues Rick Ross over the commercial use of the name, they've completed ignored the interesting connection to yet another drug dealing Rick Ross with a law enforcement background.

Rickey Ross resided at 5739 Sycamore Ave, in Rialto. The home was around the corner from Rickey D. Ross's supplier Danilo Blandon. Blandon resided on Quince Avenue.
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