Let me think....was Greg Willis the one Rogers' was talking about at that baseball game? The time Rogers was overheard telling a friend that his lifelong "friend" was about to become the Collin County District Attorney and things should settle down a bit?
Are things settling down Mr. Willis?
Delay, delay, delay. Rogers was first indicted on July 30th of 2009 and indicted SIX TIMES SINCE, yet his trial has been delayed ELEVEN times since. Did you hear that? ELEVEN TIMES.
In addition to the delays, we've seen two judges come and go. Did you hear that...TWO JUDGES. The first was INDICTED--Judge Suzanne Wooten. The second served in the DA's office when Rogers was indicted in 2009--Honorable Benjamin N. Smith so the case was moved to the 401st under the Honorable Mark Rusch pictured below.
So Judge Rusch....wipe that damn smile off your face because you've got a real son-of-a-bitch headed your way on September 27th.
In his parting shot to the Honorable Benjamin N. Smith, Rogers solicited representation from former Republican--turned Democrat-- Rafael de la Garza. Now catch this sleazy move by Rogers.
He shows up with a lawyer as demanded by Judge Smith, then has the balls to ask the judge to grant him "indigent" status and allow the taxpayers to pick up the tab for Garza to represent him! As one reader put it: : under the Texas Fair Defense Act, the taxpayers are on the hook to provide legal counsel to "indigent" (dead flat broke) defendants.
But how can Rogers be indigent? After all, Carrie Rogers posted bail SEVEN Times at $50,0000 per occurrence. That's $350,000 in assets Carrie needed to put up and $35,000 cash. So, where did that money come from? And if they're indigent, how the hell can they rent George Shipp's home for the tune of $3,000 per month?
BTW: Rumor has it that Kelly G Rogers and Carrie S Rogers are moving out? Can anyone confirm this? Was this George Shipp's decision or the Rogers?
So if this is true, a reader put it best: Apparently the 380th Judicial District Court was under the impression that Kelly G Rogers is still living at the George Shipp residence when he obviously is not.
So this brings up three pressing questions that MUST be addressed;
- Where is Kelly Rogers and why is he not being monitored properly?
- If it's true that stricter bond conditions were not implemented, then maybe the responsibility needs to fall on Greg Willis as being an incompetent District Attorney over the handling and pacifying of Kelly Rogers.
- Are Rogers and Willis really lifelong friends and are WE VICTIMS actually the ones being played?
"The interesting question of the day is this. Rogers posted his surety bonds through a Bail Bond Company called Act Quick Bail Bonds in Mckinney, Texas. This company is owned by Dallas Attorney Tom Benson.
At this point Rogers is without an attorney and out on over 350,000.00 in surety bonds. Who is the signer? Is it Carrie Rodgers? If so where did she get assets of 350,000.00? Rogers is purportedly broke and his Chapter 7 Bankruptcy was discharged, so where does the money come from?
Finally, let's get to the bottom of all this...shall we?