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Jimmy Rosemond

The New York Daily News is reporting that court records show that Jimmy “Henchman” Rosemond has been named as a federal informant in court papers. Rosemond runs Czar Entertainment and manages rapper, “The Game” and was implicated in the 1994 shooting of Tupac Shakur.

Rosemond has given information at least three times to state and federal law enforcement officials since the mid-1990s, documents reveal.

One of Rosemond’s former lawyers even cited his repeated cooperation with the authorities in asking for leniency in a Los Angeles gun case.

He noted that Rosemond’s dime-dropping helped Brooklyn prosecutors send a man to jail – exactly what the “stop snitching” campaign rails against.

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