This is the case #366-00485-2010; Bradley Dean v. Land And Mineral Corporation, Carrie Rogers, Kelly G Rogers, Series C, L.P., LMC Financing, L.L.C., Kelly G Rogers, Carrie Rogers.
The Bradley Dean case is stereo-typical of a Kelly G Rogers deal.
You initially meet and get to know Kelly Rogers from church, the local community or a friend of a friend. You think he's sharp. Impressive. One day he reaches out, contacts you with this fantastic opportunity. He's devised a scheme. He comes out and pitches it, it really sounds good...so you invest.
However, as time goes on you begin to notice that NOTHING he promised is working out. You begin to ask questions and eventually it hits you "up side the head". Is this deal is a scam?
You scramble to get your money---only to find that it's long gone. Transfered to another person who was owed money form a different entity that had no relation what-so-ever to your deal.
You were just the tool.
You file a lawsuit, hire expense lawyers but eventually everyone runs out of money pursuing justice.
In the meantime, Kelly G Rogers represents himself or Carrie S. Rogers (his wife) at no cost. He simply drags out the process until you give up or run out of money. Cunning. Calculated.
But wait.......NOT THIS TIME! Enter Bradley Dean.
In his case against Kelly G Rogers, Bradley Dean retained James Skinner and Michael F. Pezzulli of Pezzulli Barnes, L.L.P. This "Team" has lead to the involvement of the Texas State Security Commission working in conjunction with the Collin County DA's office, resulting in SIX indictments for money laundering, theft of property and securities fraud.
Each Felony charge carries a minimum of 5 year and maximum of 99 years. Do the math.
And so it goes.....a jury trial scheduled for September. Can't wait. Fill out your "September madness" trial brackets at your office!