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With so many stories following Jimmy “Henchman” Rosemond, a forthcoming documentary will examine new information about the case surrounding the former Czar Entertainment head. Unjust Justice, a 10-episode work claims to have “new information and theories in regards to the conviction,” of 50-year-old Henchman.

The former entertainment manager was accused of using his work in the music industry to hide a purported multi-million dollar drug empire. In March of last year, Henchman was sentenced to a second life sentence for drug and murder charges. Henchman has said in the past that the cases against him were built on testimony from career criminals-turned-informants looking for leniency in their own sentences.

Unjust Justice, a project by G2G Productions, covers some of the more notorious facets in Henchman’s story including his music industry life, the rumor that he had Tupac killed, and media coverage of his respective drug trafficking and the murder-for-hire cases, the latter of which involved an a now deceased G-Unit affiliate.

In addition to the doc, G2G Productions will premiere a podcast called, The Rosemand Tapes, featuring recorded conversations with Henchman from prison.

Unjust Justice premieres Feb. 1. View the trailer below.

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