On that same day, Kelly G Rogers is scheduled to make his first appearance resulting from his May 4 arrest on five new felony indictments. That date was rescheduled from June 6th.
You can check the Collin County website for ongoing details.
So is this good or bad for former investors who want justice to be served? It appears to be very good!
It's like your Comcast service, they appear to be "bundling' the felony appearances and rolling them all into one to get a better result. In other words, let's hope Collin County DA is piggy-backing on the recent indictments to secure a stronger case.
One challenge with the 2009 indictment is Richard W. Weyand. If you do some homework on Richard W. Weyand, you'll find he has quite a reputation. For example, look no further than what he did with the Orpheum Theater in New Orleans and you'll start to get the picture.
Would the Texas State Securities Commission , working in conjunction with the Collin County DA's office, have a better chance of success if they focus on the recent indictments of Money Laundering, Security Fraud and Theft of Stolen Property charges?
Based on the information contained in the recent indictments, we think the answer is YES!