Jimmy Henchman Admitted He Set Up The Tupac Shooting In 1994
Convicted gangster Jimmy Henchman confessed to setting up the 1994 Quad Studios shooting of Tupac Shakur. Rosemond never admitted to the shooting until now. After 20 years, new evidence showed Henchman was involved and even Jimmy himself has admitted it.
According to the Village Voice, Henchman secretly admitted to being involved in Tupac's when he talked to the government last year.
Before he was killed, Tupac recorded a song called "Against All Odds," in which he blamed Henchman for the shooting. Henchman will never be charged for his part in the 1994 ambush on Tupac. In New York, the statute of limitations on robbery is seven years, which means the time to prosecute anyone for the shooting expired 11 years ago. In fact, no one will ever go to jail for attack.