Manhattan, NY – For the second time, former Hip Hop entertainment mogul James Rosemond (better known as Jimmy Henchman) has been found guilty of hiring men to kill Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher, an associate of 50 Cent and G-Unit.
Henchman’s original trial resulted in a hung jury but he was ultimately convicted of murder-for-hire in 2014 and sentenced to life in prison the following year for orchestrating Fletcher’s death in 2009. Last year, a judge ruled that there should be new trial due to the second court case being unfair yet the end result was the same. A Manhattan federal jury convicted Henchman once again on Tuesday evening (November 28), according to the New York Post.
Prosecutors say Henchman, who previously managed The Game, orchestrated the hit in response to Fletcher attacking his son in 2007. Tony Yayo and his crew reportedly got into a confrontation with Henchman’s then 14-year-old son for wearing a t-shirt with the logo of Game’s management. Fletcher eventually copped to assaulting the kid, went to prison and was released in 2009.
He was killed two weeks after his release.
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