Thursday, May 31, 2012

Kelly Gordon Rogers Investment Advisor....Really?

"Sad Mug" Indicted for Alleged Oil and Gas Scheme

Found this video on the Kelly G Rogers YouTube account and just had to laugh. Really, Investment advisor? Who'd be that stupid to get financial advise from 2005 to today based on what we know about his actions?  We knew he was cheating. We knew he was ripping us off. We knew it. Now, so does the world. Kelly G. Rogers is at the beginning of his great abyss to the bottom.

Attorney Kelly G Rogers YouTube Channel


Friday, May 25, 2012

Kelly G Rogers Story on YouTube

June is shaping up to be a very busy month for Kelly G Rogers of Frisco, TX.

First, he's battling with Bradley Dean in a civil case concerning what Kelly G Rogers did with the money Mr. Dean investment. Next, June 6th is the "First Appearance" court date on the FIVE new Indictments executed on May 4th, 2012. Finally, Kelly G Rogers has a jury trial that begins on June 25th as a result of his first indictment concerning the Misappropriation of Corporate funds.

So with all this going on, it's only appropriate to provide the explanation of why this all is happening. What's the motivation to launder money, steal stolen property and commit securities fraud? 


Links to videos:

Kelly G Rogers (640 x 480).mp4 youtube
Kelly G Rogers (320x240).mp4 YouTube 
Kelly G Rogers 

Links to other stories:

Frisco Observer
Ponzi Tracker
Courthouse News Service
Texas State Securities Board

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Kelly G Rogers an Embarressment to Fred Sewell (Father-in-law)

Two week ago tomorrow, four squad cars pulled up to Kelly G Rogers' rented home to serve him with five new indictments. He was arrested, processed, jailed and released. 

As storm clouds gathered outside their Frisco home, the rumor mill was abuzz with stories about how the "Wife", Carrie Sewell Rogers, had pitched a fit as the arrest went down. 

Why? Was this arrest a surprise her? Is she in total denial about her husband?

Or was it just an embarrassment to her father, Fred Sewell, who by all accounts is an outstanding man. Think about this bit of irony. 

Since the Bank foreclosed on the Kelly G Rogers home at 8 Riva Ridge, the Rogers were forced to find a rental. Naturally, they chose to locate within the same neighborhood. It's a snapshot to how they think; this neighborhood contains big homes, big money people and big status for those who live there.

If you knew the Rogers, you know exactly what they're all about--STATUS.

So get this;
"Comstock also announced that Frederic D. Sewell was elected to the Board of Directors at the Company's annual meeting of stockholders which was held yesterday.  Mr. Sewell has over 50 years of experience as a petroleum engineer and is best known as the co-founder and former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Netherland, Sewell and Associates, Inc., a worldwide oil and gas consulting firm until his retirement in 2008.

"We congratulate Mark, Gary and Blaine on their promotions and welcome Russell to our executive management team", commented M. Jay Allison, Comstock's Chief Executive Officer.  "We are also excited to have Fred Sewell, an icon of our industry, join our board of directors."

By the way Jay, your new board members' son-in-law was just busted for oil and gas fraud!

With more charges possibly looming in the future against Kelly G Rogers, neighbors in this quiet Frisco subdivision might want to run background checks before renting anymore homes.

You never know who might show up next door.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Law360: Atty Charged With Swiping $3M From Oil Scheme Investors

Law360, New York (May 14, 2012, 9:50 PM ET) -- A Dallas-area attorney (Kelly G Rogers) has been indicted for allegedly stealing $2.8 million from investors in his oil and gas scheme and for failing to tell them he had been the target of suits accusing him of federal and state securities violations.

In a grand jury indictment filed May 1 in state court, Kelly G Rogers, of Frisco, Texas, is charged with theft, money laundering and securities fraud in connection with the investment shares in Falcon Energy LLC he sold to investors between August 2007 and October 2011.

Kelly G Rogers used the funds — which include a $950,000 investment from Oklahoma City-based oil land leasing company Basin Management Group Inc. — for other purposes and disposed of the money “in a manner that made recovery of said property by said owners unlikely,” according to the indictment.

He never told investors that he had been sued in February 2007 in Texas for alleged violations of federal and state securities laws, fraud, and breach of fiduciary duty in connection with his sales of investments in a Louisiana oil and gas venture, the indictment says.

Prosecutors say Kelly G Rogers also failed to disclose that he was one of the defendants named in a July 2007 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission suit against Global Finance and Investments Inc. over a $9.9 million Ponzi scheme that preyed upon over 100 investors nationwide.

Kelly G Rogers was one of the alleged facilitators of Global Finance company head Charles Davis, according to the SEC. According to the suit, he created similar investment offerings and passed funds on to Davis.

Kelly G Rogers also solicited investors through Level Par Investments LLC, claiming to do trade in bank debentures, the government alleged.

Shortly after the suit was filed, Kelly G Rogers settled with the SEC by agreeing to disgorgement of $100,000 and a civil penalty of $50,000. He was also enjoined from future violations of federal securities law.

Representatives for prosecutors and for Kelly G Rogers could not immediately be reached for comment Monday.

Counsel information for Kelly G Rogers was not immediately available.

The case is Texas v. Rogers, case number 380-81033-2012, in the 219th District Court for Collin County, Texas.

--Editing by Elizabeth Bowen.

Monday, May 14, 2012

Kelly G Rogers--The Indictments

From the Texas State Securities Board Bulletin: Now Accused of Oil and Gas Fraud, Attorney's Long List of Legal Woes Gets Longer .

Kelly G Rogers, a Frisco attorney, was indicted May 1 for stealing $2.8 million from investors in two separate oil and gas schemes.

Besides two counts of aggregated theft, Kelly G Rogers was charged with two counts of money laundering and one count of securities fraud.

The State Securities Board investigated Rogers and Dale Barron, an enforcement attorney for the agency, is serving as a special prosecutor for Collin County in the case. Kelly G Rogers has left a trail of lawsuits from prior business dealings, but according to the indictment he disclosed none of them to his investors, as required by law.

Among the non-disclosures: a 2007 lawsuit by the SEC that resulted in a $153,000 settlement; a Dallas County state district court suit alleging he violated federal and state securities laws in connection with the sale of oil and gas interests in Louisiana; a 2009 Bankruptcy Court filing in which he listed debts of $2 million; and previous misappropriation of funds from investors in one of his ventures, Falcon Energy LLC.

Kelly G Rogers is also scheduled for trial in Collin County state district court in June on an earlier indictment; the charge is misapplication of fiduciary property in yet another energy venture. Barron will also be the special prosecutor in that case.

Here's a nice little summary in the Courthouse News Service.

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Kelly Rogers Arrested --Served with FIVE Warrents


Holy Cow. It's been SEVEN years since Kelly G. Rogers invested in his first illegal pyramid scheme called the "Program" or, as the SEC calls it,  the "Travis Correll" Ponzi Scheme. My how time flies.

But today, four squad cars rolled into his quiet Frisco, TX neighborhood and arrested him. They served FIVE Active warrants for his arrest including; 
  • TWO Counts of Money Laundering
  • TWO Counts of Theft of Stolen Property
  • ONE Count of Securities Fraud
As you recall, it was spring of 2006 that Kelly G Rogers was sued by the SEC for his involvement in the Level Par Ponzi Scheme. He settled with the SEC by paying a minimal fine and signing some papers saying he'll never do it again. A simple slap on the wrist.

Once the SEC settlement was behind him, it was like the starter gun going off in a 400 meter track event because he was off to the races. In fact, it appears he never stopped doing what the SEC warned him not to do.

Check it out, if you search Kelly G Rogers and Carrie on the Collin County Court record Inquiry, the following activity comes up is:
It appears to me that Kelly G Rogers is a very crafty attorney who uses the law to bully, intimidate and manipulate others into giving him what he wants. And if he thinks he's been wronged? He'll sue you. But this time, it seems Kelly Rogers has messed with the wrong guys.

Introducing the DA's Office of Collin County, the State of Texas Security Commission and Dale Barron--attorney in the enforcement division of the State Securities Board.

The cooperation among these agencies resulted in Kelly G Rogers being arrested on May 4th, 2012. His wonderful mug shot.