Friday, September 28, 2012

More comments flow in from our readers

Anonymous Anonymous said...
"The previous comment was obviously made by Kelly Rogers".
(Anonymous said..."research before you talk. Your ignorance is showing!")

"Believe me brother---my research, unfortunately for you Kelly, is superlative and One Hundred Percent Accurate! 

The District Attorney's Office filed a tremendous amount of business records on the 27th. Kudos to them! 

Amongst the records are filings related to a CD and George Shipp. So obviously they have procured some information from Shipp. 

The vice grip around your head is slowly tightening Kelly. You will have a lot of time to reflect upon the sadistic acts perpetrated upon friends and family using your religious faith to help beguile those who trusted you. 

Your day of reckoning is coming soon and Judge Rusch is just the Judge to oversee your case. Your delay games and manipulation will come to a screeching halt in Judge Rusch's Court. 

Wait and See."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Since it is official now, that Rogers has been appointed an attorney some facets of this are worth exploring. First, The Texas Fair Defense Act requires certain elements to be declared "indigent" It might be worth posting the Act on the blog. Further, Rogers is required to fill out an indigency form, affidavit, etc. It would be worthwhile in the civil cases to explore or determine what Rogers submitted and how he is in fact "indigent" There is a Texas Fair Defense Act Commission, but ultimetely the tax payers of Collin County will assume the liability of Rogers defense. Ironic isnt it? Only in Collin County can you post $350,000.00 in bonds, be a lawyer, live in a $2million dollar home and be indigent. One more slap in the face of the victims. Is there anything else we can provide Rogers with? A new cellphone, computer? Please we are anxiously waiting for his requests. The bottom line is that this is a joke and an insult to the Justice System and the citizens of this County. There really should be an inquiry into this entire situation promulgated by The Attorney General of Texas as to why Rogers is continuing to be given preferential treatment. I will remind readers, he was indicted in 2009! There is not one possible reason for at least one of these cases to have not gone to trial and now the next announcement is November. I thought Felony announcements were required every 30 days? Unbelievable!