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James Rosemond is Not a Kingpin: Chapter Two

Don Sikorski, Investigative Reporter, Go To Ground News: In 2008, Chuck Philips decided to set his sights on James Rosemond and the story behind the infamous shooting of Tupac Shakur at Quad Studios. He wanted to break new and explosive information so he traveled into

James Rosemond is NOT a Kingpin

James Rosemond is not a Drug Kingpin: Chapter One

In these serialized set of articles, I will present solid facts and evidence that Rosemond was not a drug kingpin under the definition of the law. I believe that government informants colluded with the United States Attorney, former prosecutor, Todd Kaminsky, and various media outlets, to

Slavery Evolved

Bryan Stevenson, Racial and Criminal Justice Advocate

The Marshall Project Interview: Bryan Stevenson on Charleston and Our Real Problem with Race Bryan Stevenson has spent most of his career challenging bias against minorities and the poor in the criminal justice system. Audio Interview: New York Historical Society Bryan Stevenson charts his remarkable

Jimmy Files Habeas Corpus Appeal, Complaint Against Kaminsky

STAR PROSECUTION WITNESS AGAINST JAMES ROSEMOND RECEIVED SUBSTANTIAL BENEFITS TO TESTIFY Rosemond Files Complaint Against Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Todd Kaminsky For Favors Given to Lead Witness Ineffective Counsel and Juror Misconduct Also Cited in Habeas Corpus Appeal For a New Trial (Brooklyn, New York,

TAKE ACTION: Sign the ACLU’s Petition

ACLU: Right now the Senate is deciding whether to vote on a bill called the Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act – the most significant criminal justice reform legislation to be considered by Congress in the last five years. It will essentially retroactively reduce overly harsh

Eric B. on The Combat Jack Show

Props from Eric B. on ‘The Combat Jack Show’

Eric B. shares his thoughts on Jimmy’s situation during a rare interview with Reggie Ossé on The Combat Jack Show (roughly 1:25:38). Reggie: Jimmy Henchman, man. Eric B.: Same thing. We were cool with everybody. You know what I’m saying? We crossed all lines. We were cool

It (Might Have) Happened Like This

Myths of Justice #5: Human Memories Are Reliable Much of what we do in the courtroom relies on human memory. When a witness is asked to testify about past events, the accuracy of his account depends not only on his initial perception, but on the

Tupac, Quad Studios, and the Myth of Jimmy Henchman [VIDEO]

Episode One of Unjust Justice delves into the widely publicized shooting of Tupac Shakur at Quad Studios in New York City. We hear never-before-heard taped conversations from 1995 with Rosemond, Notorious B.I.G., and Randy “Stretch” Walker, who was entering the studio with Tupac that fateful

Innocent, Until Proven Guilty By

Myths of Justice #10: Police Are Objective in Their Investigations Police investigators have vast discretion about what leads to pursue, which witnesses to interview, what forensic tests to conduct and countless other aspects of the investigation. Police also have a unique opportunity to manufacture or