James "Jimmy Henchman " Rosemond was found guilty on all charges for the murder of Lowell "Lodi Mack" Fletcher seven months after the same murder-for-hire trial resulted in a hung jury. According to Don Diva, who reported from the courthouse, a new jury found Henchman guilty of all charges, including hiring the shooter, after one day of deliberation.

"Enough said. Nothing to talk about," said Henchman following the verdict.

Fletcher was allegedly a G-Unit associate and the story goes that Henchman sent out the hit in retaliation against Tony Yayo after he slapped Rosemond's son.