Skip to comments.Drug Suspect Quizzed On Jean, Diddy, Sharpton Feds suspected Wyclef of money laundering
Posted on 05/25/2012 12:37:51 PM PDT by THE_RAIDER
MAY 23--When accused narcotics kingpin/hip-hop manager James Rosemond met last year with federal investigators to try and strike a cooperation agreement, he was peppered with questions about whether he knew of any criminal activity on the part of Rev. Al Sharpton, Sean Diddy Combs, and Wyclef Jean, according to an Internal Revenue Service agent who testified yesterday at Rosemonds trial in Brooklyn federal court.
Federal prosecutors elicited testimony from Agent Marc Van Driessche about what Rosemond said during a series of nine separate proffer sessions in the U.S. Attorney's office attended by various IRS and Drug Enforcement Administration agents, prosecutors, and Rosemonds lawyer, Gerald Shargel.
During the first session, on October 4, Rosemond was specifically asked about Combs because, We had information through other witnesses that the defendant may have made an admission to Sean Combs, Van Driessche testified. Rosemond, the agent recalled, said that he had some prior business transactions with [Combs] in the music business, and described their relationship as cordial.
The nature of the mysterious admission reportedly made by Rosemond, 47, to Combs was not further described.
Rosemond was also asked about his business relationship and financial transactions with Sharpton. Van Driessche testified that he had known through my investigation that he had some type of business relationship with Al Sharpton, and I just wanted to determine what the extent of that was. Rosemond told investigators that he did in fact give Al Sharpton about $10,000 as a donation or a contribution.
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