Friday, November 18, 2011

Judge Suzanne H. Wooten--I'm Mad as Hell and I'm NOT going to take it anymore!

For the TENTH Time since his indictment in July of 2009, Judge Suzanne H. Wooten has delayed the trial of Indicted Schemer--Kelly G. Rogers.

Well, I'm MAD as Hell and I'm not going to take this anymore! I'm a human being, Damn it, and this Damn Lawyer needs to stand trial! So lets send a message to Judge Suzanne H. Wooten...shall we?


Therefore, I encourage you to watch this video, download the attached letter and mail it off to Judge Wooten IMMEDIATELY. Get your friends, family, relatives and all who know the grief you've endured because of your relationship with Kelly G Rogers Lawyer Dallas to sent a letter. Let it snow paper in Collin County.

The new trial is scheduled for February 20, 2012. Yea Right. Here's the link to the down load the letter. Also, click on Kelly G Rogers, click on Criminal Case Records and enter 3808160009 to see this public information. Letter to Judge Suzanne H. Wooten. Please send by November 30th, 2011. 


State v Kelly G. Rogers Delayed for TENTH time!



Is this getting old or what?

For the TENTH TIME IN A ROW, since July of 2009, Judge Suzanne Wooten has allowed Kelly G Rogers and his lawyer-John Charles Hardin to delay his trial.

The new trial date (Yea, Right) is February 20th, 2012. You got it, almost SIX years after the $435,000 had disappeared from the corporate coffers, another trial date is on file and pending.  

In State of Texas v Kelly G Rogers, the State is claiming that Kelly Gordon Rogers removed $435,000 from an oil and gas company in 2006.

Fast forward to 2011 and he's still wheeling and dealing in the Oil and Gas business. In a previous story, it was disclosed by the State of Nevada that Rogers reactivated Falcon Ten Energy, LLC., to presumable conduct more oil and gas deals.

Good Grief Judge Suzanne Wooten.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Kelly G Rogers Activates Falcon Ten Energy, LLC

Kelly G Rogers, Indicted by the State of Texas and set to stand trial on December 12th, is on the move again. In checking with our friend Ross Miller, Nevada Secretary of State, Kelly Gordan Rogers--Attorney Dallas, TX has activated a revoked LLC called Falcon Ten Energy, LLC--E0185712007-8. 


The LLC was reinstated on August 25th, 2011 when money was paid to the registered agent INCORP SERVICES, INC at 2360 CORPORATE CIRCLE STE 400 in Henderson, NV 89074.

So why create an LLC in Nevada? One reason--Nevada has long been known as a state committed to maintaining privacy and flexible corporate management.

It's interesting if you check out WHEN he re-instated the LLC--on August 25th, 2011, he listed his address at 8 Riva Ridge, Frisco, TX. However, Kelly G Rogers and Carrie S Rogers had been foreclosed on by the Bank of Texas on September 7th of 2010....TEN months PRIOR to him updating this LLC.They had long moved out and we're renting a home in the same neighborhood in Frisco, TX.

Also, the Falcon Energy, LLC entity was involved in a previous lawsuit during Rogers bankruptcy. Here's the lawsuit as filed in the bankruptcy proceedings back in in Summer of 2010.



I wonder who is getting ready to lose money and issue a lawsuit to find their investment invest in Falcon Ten Energy, LLC? They're going to get one hell of a surprise when they find out the investment history, lawsuits and past dealings with Kelly G Rogers Attorney Dallas.

Friday, November 4, 2011

Bradley Dean vs. Land and Minerals/Kelly Gordon Rogers/Carrie S. Rogers

According to the Collin County website, Bradley Dean has retained James Skinner as lead attorney in his case against Land and Minerals Corporation and Carrie Rogers.

To find this information, simply go to Collin County Courts Records Inquiry and click on "Civil and Family Case Records" and enter the case 366-00485-2010.
The Bradley Dean case is stereo-typical of a Kelly G Rogers deal.  You end up getting to know Kelly Rogers from church, the local community or a friend of a friend. You think he's sharp and impressive. One day, he contacts you with this fantastic opportunity. He has a scheme, he comes  out and pitches it and it sounds really good...so you invest.

However, over time, you begin to notice that NOTHING he promised in the original pitch is working out. You begin to ask questions and eventually it hit you up side the head--this deal is a scam. You scramble to get your money---only to find that it's long gone.

You file a lawsuit, hire expense attorney's and eventually run out of money pursuing justice. In the meantime, Kelly G Rogers represents himself or Carrie S. Rogers (often he puts an entity in his wife's name) at no cost. He simply drags out the process until you give up or run out of money. Cunning. Calculated. Crook.

Could Rogers have met his match? Possibly. According to the Collin County Court Records, Bradley Dean has retained James Skinner. Here's an impressive attorney.

Jim Skinner is a twenty-two-year law enforcement veteran who retired in June 1998 as Chief Investigator for New Mexico’s Ninth Judicial District Attorney’s Office after extensive training and accumulated years of experience in narcotics enforcement, complex white collar crime, public corruption, violent crime, and homicide investigations.

After receiving his Juris Doctorate from the University of Houston Law Center in 2001, Mr. Skinner worked as a complex civil litigator in Dallas before becoming an Assistant District Attorney and Special Prosecutor for the Collin County Criminal District Attorney’s Office.

Mr. Skinner entered the private sector in 2008, where he consulted for complex civil litigators and corporate entities on the discovery and investigation of financially motivated criminal activity.

Mr. Skinner graduated from the FBI’s Narcotics Related Financial Investigative Techniques Training Program and the DEA’s Basic Narcotics/Dangerous Drug Enforcement School and worked as the Eastern New Mexico Narcotics Task Force Coordinator, conducting undercover and counter-drug intelligence operations throughout New Mexico with local, state, and federal law enforcement partners.

Mr. Skinner is a graduate of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center’s Fraud and Financial Investigations Training Program, the Advanced White Collar Crime Training Program, the Telecommunications Fraud Training Program, MCTFT’s International Money Laundering Training, and numerous other programs related to the discovery and investigation of complex financial crime and organized criminal activity.

Mr. Skinner was featured in the August 1996 Reader’s Digest article “To Catch Three Thieves,” which detailed Mr. Skinner’s actions in bringing to justice three men who stole over $58M from senior citizens throughout the United States and Canada by illegal telemarketing scams.

Well Mr. Skinner...you have your work cut out for you today as you pursue Kelly G Rogers. Go get em!