Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Kelly G Rogers in Parole Review

The convicted felon, Kelly G Rogers, is entering a new phase of parole review according to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

"The parole review process begins approximately six months before the parole eligibility date for a first review and four months before the eligibility date in additional reviews. The process begins with the offender's file being reviewed for all appropriate documents, including letters of support and protest. An Institutional Parole Officer reviews the file and interviews the offender before preparing a case summary for the Board voting panel. The Board normally will vote on the case just prior to the parole eligibility date. "

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Kelly G Rogers Enters Parole Review

The convicted felon, Kelly G Rogers, is entering a new phase of parole review according to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. 

Kelly G Rogers was convicted of felony theft on May 28, 2014, and sentenced to 20 years in state prison. He was incarcerated on June 14th, 2014. Without parole, his projected release date would be June 14th, 2022. 

Rogers was denied parole in 2016 and 2017 for 11D (violation of trust; abuse of trust).  The parole board will release its decision for 2018 in May. 

If you feel compelled to write a letter as to why you feel Rogers should NOT be paroled, do it now. 

The address is; 

The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles
8610 Shoal Creek Blvd 
Austin, TX 78757
TDCJ #01938357
Felony Conviction 380-81036-2012

Kelly G Rogers in Parole review

Thursday, May 4, 2017



Those who seek truth and  justice in the Kelly G Rogers case were vindicated once again today as Kelly G Rogers failed to receive parole. He was denied based on “Untrustworthy” issues (Denial reason(s): 11D). 

Similar to the denial of 2016, the parole board recognizes Rogers as someone who cannot be trusted. He can’t tell the truth. He’s a pathological liar who is focused on the CONN of the day, having difficulty distinguishing between fact and fiction. 

When he finally does qualify for release in 2022, he’d make an excellent politician where no standards are required. 

Thank you to all who wrote letters to the parole board. You can’t impact a majority of issues in America but you can make a difference in this situation. 

And you did. 

Monday, February 13, 2017

Rogers in Parole Review, Would you write a letter?

Anonymous writes: 

"Rogers is once again in the parole review process. Please write letters asking that his stay be extended once again."

"Has anyone received any sort of apology from Rogers? If he was truly sorry for his actions, I would guess he would have been able to get that message out via mail or something. 
Just curious if my apology was misdirected or something!"

Bernie Madoff was Sentenced to 150 Years for his Ponzi Scheme, so why is Kelly G Rogers going to only serve three years? 

Will you join the Kelly G Rogers Report in writing a letter to the Parole Board? Just tell your story. Tell them how the actions of Kelly Rogers has affected your life. 

Tell them your personal experience. Tell them if Rogers ever told you he was sorry. Tell them if he ever offered to pay you back for the money he lost or stole. Tell them if you think he's trustworthy. 


The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles

8610 Shoal Creek Blvd 

Austin, TX 78757

TDCJ #01938357

Felony Conviction 380-81036-2012

***UPDATE ON 3/27/2017***

Pageviews @ Kelly G Rogers Report Still Strong 3 years after conviction

Monday, December 26, 2016

A Christmas gift to all, Kelly Rogers Still in JAIL!

It's Christmas 2016 and the Texas Parole board has placed an amazing gift under our tree, they denied Kelly G. Rogers parole back in June of this year. 

Thank you Lord Jesus!  

Yet this summer, an ignoramus commented that we were spewing "Hate" in our blog. They went on to say they'd "Pray for Us" that we could forgive Rogers and move on in our lives. 

LOL. Was this posted by one of the only two character witnesses at Rogers trial? 

So let's set the record straight today. The comment; 

"Wow, the amount of hate being said here is ridiculous. I will continue to pray for you all that you find peace with yourselves and can forgive someone. To continuously show hate and anger is not helping out. At some point, you will need to look in the mirror and ask is all this hatred really worth it? Will you be able to move forward from this incident and move on in life or just bring more hate to the situation?"

So a couple of points. First, this is obviously someone in Rogers' Amway downline who casually knew him (from tapes and functions) but never saw the damage up close and personal. Oh sure, they may have hung out at someone's house, talked with him, stayed up late with him, drank coffee with him, drove him around and even counseled with him. But they REALLY DIDN'T know the Texas version of him.   

In other words, they just knew the "edification" version of Kelly Rogers and not the man himself. And because of the "No"Cross-lining" thing, it was all covered up. The truth never reached this person. So I don't blame them and their ignorance. They were sheltered from seeing; 
  • The guy who went to his up line and said; Enough of diamond money, I'm moving on to make some real money. 
  • They didn't see Rogers who went through his down line and raised money for his fraudulent investment schemes, taking millions of dollars from IBO families and pissing it all away in various ponzi schemes that failed or were shut down by the SEC.   
  • They didn't see how these IBO investors lost everything. Homes, businesses, marriages.  
  • They didn't see how Rogers never apologized for losing the life savings of his so-called friends without even saying he was sorry or he'd pay them back. 
  • They didn't see the arrogance of the man. They didn't see the corruption. They didn't see the cheating. They didn't see the deceit of both him and his money grubbing wife who pushed the man. They didn't see the lawsuits and they didn't see Rogers file bankruptcy.  
  • And finally, they didn't see the guy who was finally terminated as an Amway IBO...because they don't publish that information in the monthly Amway Connections Publication. 
Most of these families lost all the money they had saved throughout their entire lives. Now in 2016, some have recovered while many were forced to file bankruptcy and will never recover.  

Yet today, none of us hold hatred for them. Most have forgiven him. We looked in the mirror and have already reconciled these issues. I know I have. 

But that doesn't mean we're going to stop pursuing JUSTICE for the crimes committed against us,  especially by someone we called a friend. Since we know we will never recover our money, we strive to ensure the price Rogers' pays in "Time Served" fits the losses inflicted on every one of us "So Called Haters".  

Simply put, one year in jail was NOT ENOUGH. So we encourage you to write letters to the parole board to make sure justice is served. 

And as a collective group, we will certainly pray for you that the scales placed upon your eyes will be removed and you will see Rogers in proper context without the "Amway Thing" interrupting reality. Please, look in your own mirror. 

And for that level of ignorance, we forgive you. And if you have the guts, here's a  few lawsuits exposing the level of corruption enacted by Kelly G Rogers. 

I assure you many more exist but frankly, I'm sick of documenting them and I've moved on in my life. 

Monday, May 30, 2016

Kelly G Rogers DENIED Parole!

On Thursday, May 26th, 2016 the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Parole Parole board DENIED Kelly G Rogers'parole. Instead, the board scheduled the next review for May of 2017 and called it a day.

I found this in the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles handbook for criminals; "What if parole is denied? If an offender is denied parole, he or she is given either a Serve-All (SA) or a Next Review (NR) date. NR vote means that the parole panel has decided the offender is not ready for parole but that a subsequent review should be conducted at a specified future date within one to five years for offenders serving a sentence listed in §508.149(a), Government Code, and one year for an offender not serving a sentence under §508.149(a) Government Code."  

So the moral of the story, you did write letters to the Parole board and they read each and every one of them. The denial code was called an 11d but no other explanation was provided.

The stark reality Rogers is absorbing this Memorial Day weekend is another year of his life is slipping away while locked up at POWLEDGE prison.

*****UPDATE: Email from the Texas Board of Pardons and Parole offered clarification on the meaning of 11d:

11D - (violation of trust; abuse of trust).  

That figures. 

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Kelly Gordon Rogers in Parole Process

If you never took the time to write your letter to the Texas Parole board about Kelly G Rogers, then shame on you. If Rogers' gets out on Parole next month, it's another crime. Here's the update from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice;