A look at the charges, players and strategy used by the government to convict James Rosemond under the Continuing Criminal Enterprise, a.k.a. Drug Kingpin, Statute.
Firmly planted in the industry, we examine Jimmy’s infiltration into a multitude of prominent entertainment circles. With a knack for negotiating business deals and conflict resolution he broadens his portfolio of businesses by tapping into his Rolodex of executives and exploiting every opportunity presented to
Michael K. Williams on Characters, Demons and Friendship with Jimmy Rosemond After my role on HBO’s The Wire, I blurred the lines between Omar and Michael K. Williams, and I spiraled into the abyss of every worldly decadence. Cocaine was my choice of self-abuse. Jimmy
In this episode, we travel back to Jimmy’s upbringing as “Ace” and recap the trials and tribulations that prepared him to make a successful transition into the cutthroat business of entertainment. We look at his survival of a near death experience on the streets of
Large-scale drug networks and organizations develop over time. They are intricate vessels that combine manpower, strategic thinking, and the ability to command and control cells of people in various sectors of the business. This business must secure good transportation and money collection. Additionally, skilled managers
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
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
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
“When I looked at the trial transcripts of the cases and the evidence presented in court, I knew I wanted to delve deeper into Jimmy’s story. His name has been inserted into many conspiracy theories in the industry and I wanted to set the record straight,
New York, NY, January 19, 2016 – Go To Ground News announces Unjust Justice – The Jimmy Rosemond Tapes, a 10-episode web series premiering February 1, 2015 on gotoground.com. One of Hip Hop’s most paradoxical executives, Jimmy Rosemond, is behind bars serving a life sentence.