Interscope mogul James Rosemond faces federal charges


James Rosemond is already incarcerated for felonious drug-trafficking charges. Friday, prosecutors released the latest indictment accusing Rosemond, with illegally possessing guns and silencers. The weapons were seized during the search of his property.

Under federal law possession of a machine gun, in connection with a drug crime, carries a mandatory minimum sentence of 30 years in prison.

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