Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Anonymous Commenter on Kelly G Rgoers Reports;

"Just one more example of the ridiculous system currently in place.

Why would the State Bar of Texas not temporarily suspend Rogers' license to practice law? More victims due to the inability of The State of Texas to take any action.

I have one correction, Rogers' faces 5 to 99 on the 1st Degree Felony charges. The District Attorney's Office can file a "Motion to Stack" or run the sentences consecutive as opposed to concurrent. Rogers', believe it or not,  is eligible for probation--unfortunately.

Finally, Rogers' is aware that trying these cases in State Court is very very costly, timely and not something that STATE COURT generally does. These types of cases are usually tried by the Government.

If Rogers' makes a deal to plead, I suspect it would be 25 years and everything would run concurrently. However, at that point victims could make "impact statements" and protest his release to parole; of which I believe Rogers' would be eligible for Parole after 2 years or something like that.

Rogers' knows ALL of this and so does his lawyer who often tries these types of cases in Federal Court. The Collin County District Attorney's Office needs to only accept a plea of 50 years and our friend will spend his TDCJ time in a very rough place".

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Marco Frattarelli--How'd this turn out for you?

Marco Frattarelli--How'd using Kelly G Rogers of Frisco, TX work out for you?

Did you know he'd been indicted when he represented you or did he keep that a secret?

Did he disclose he'd been sued by the SEC and settled in 2007? And did you see that he's now been indicted SIX more times since he filed this bankruptcy filing as your legal council?

BTW: Each indictment is a Felony one charge including; Money laundering, Securities fraud, Theft of stolen property, MISAPPLICATION of fiduciary property or property of a financial institution.

Each criminal charge carries a "Minimum" of five years (35 years minimum) and "Maximum" of 99 years to life per occurrence (That's SEVEN life sentences).

Just curious on his disclosure to you as a client. 

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Team Dean continues to clean Kelly Rogers Clock!

Kelly G Rogers and Carrie S. Rogers continues to get their clock cleaned in civil case 366-00485-2010, Bradley Dean v. Land And Mineral Corporation. 

According to the Bankruptcy records, Kelly G Rogers listed Carrie S. Rogers as the owner of Land and Minerals Corporation and himself as the President. However, actual ownership has become unclear as Kelly G Rogers has contradicted himself in statements provided to the court.  

But on Thursday, October 11th, the Honorable Judge Ray Wheless granted Plaintiff Brad Dean's Motion to Compel Records from BOKF, N.A. d/b/a Bank of Texas (According to the Collin County Website).


Apparently, these are the financial records Kelly G Rogers has been hesitant to turn over for one reason or another. Hmmm...that sounds fishy in itself. 

So what does it mean now that he's been ordered by Judge Wheless to turn over the books? (You can read motion by clicking to the Collin County link and looking up Rogers, Kelly). 

Is the jig is now up? Maybe now Team Dean will get the truthful answers to; 

  • Who really owns Land and Minerals Corporation?
  • Where did Bradley Dean's money go? 
  • Did Rogers use Dean's funds to pay off other investors or personal bills? 
  • Would that make Land and Minerals Corporation another Ponzi Scheme similar to level par? 
  • Since Rogers has already been busted by the SEC, would this further incriminate him as a primary Ponzi facilitator?
  • Has Rogers co-mingling corporate funds?
  • Is Kelly G Rogers running a "Control Group" of corporations to avoid paying taxes? 
  • Will the Dean team succeed in pierce the corporate veil?  
  • Is Rogers paying his rent to George Shipp directly from Land and Minerals Corporation?

Anyone see other answers coming out of the Bank of Texas records?

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Anonymous has left a new comment on "Kelly G Rogers and Debbie Wasserman Schultz"

"Kelly G Rogers has astutely studied how this process works. 

Collin County indicted Robert Rodriguez almost 4 years ago on several cases. Rodriguez was the President of Boardwalk Porsche, Audi and Volkswagen in Plano. The indictment alleges that Rodriguez (who goes by Bobby) stole millions through his partnership with Scott Ginsburg, the complainant. 4 cases have been dismissed and the delay game has worked. Rogers knows Rodriguez and has business ties to him. 

Rogers is guilty of "Economic Homicide" (so) why is he not in jail? I would encourage victims to contact the Frisco FBI 
(214) 705-7000 and promulgate complaints or inquiries. 

(While) Rogers has the previous SEC Complaint, the FBI cannot pursue complaints unless citizens make them. I would suspect Agents would be interested in pursuing any economic criminal."

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Kelly G Rogers and Debbie Wasserman Schultz

What does Kelly G Rogers and Debbie Wasserman Schultz both have in common? 

It's my opinion that they both are pathological liars.

In  a recent comment posted to this blog, a reader outlined the masterful job the DA's office had done in researching and collecting business information from 12 different business sources and submitting 20 bundles of evidence to the court on 9-27-2012.

Kelly G Rogers appeared in court one day later on the 28th for his 2009 first degree felony indictment 32.45(c)(7): MISAPPLICATION OF FIDUCIARY PROPERTY OR PROPERTY OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTION.

You can verify the sources by clicking on this Collin County link, enter last name-first name and hit search. Then scroll down to the second page, second to the last from the bottom is the 2009 indictment. If you scroll all the way down to 9-27-2012, you see the following list:

  • Stillwater National Bank
  • CG Operating -Lisa Gourley
  • Generational Equity LLC - Beth Schmiedel
  • Noble Royalties- Fred O Hull Jr.
  • Bank of America- Ricio Lopez
  • Bank of Texas
  • JP Morgan Chase Bank
  • Plains Capital Bank
  • Morgan Stanly Smith Barney
  • George Shipp - Owner of 18 Stonebriar Way
  • Texas Land & Petroleum Company
  • Ramer Concrete Inc - John Winger
So the question of the day; if Kelly G Rogers and Debbie Wasserman Schultz are both pathological liars, would Rogers continue to lie to Judge Mark Rusch on the assumption that Judge Rusch does not have access to the truth or would Rogers come clean since he knows the evidence will contradict him?

In other words, did he tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth to the court or did this evidence incriminate Kelly Rogers and prove he's a liar? Time will tell as we have not yet seen the transcripts.

But as you watch this video, you'll see the net effect of being a pathological liar. See how she looks straight into the eyes of the reporter and let's it fly! In my opinion, people like Schultz and Rogers have been lying so often and so frequently, they've lost any sense of reality. First little fibs, then intentional distortions, withholding key pieces of the truth, then just flat out deception.

But when deception advances to personal investment schemes which NEVER pays back the investors but ALWAYS pays to Kelly G Rogers and his accomplice Carrie S Rogers, then it's called a "Felony".    

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Anonymous Said on 10/1/2012....

"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 ultimately the tax payers of Collin County will assume the liability of Rogers defense. 

Ironic isn't it? Only in Collin County can you post $350,000.00 in bonds, be a lawyer, live in a $2.0 million 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?