Monday, April 29, 2013

Mission Accomplished: Kelly G Rogers Exposed

Thursday, April 18, 2013

State Files More Evidence Against Kelly G Rogers

The Collin County District Attorney continues it's relentless pursuit of piling on more and more evidence against Kelly G Rogers.

On April 11th, the State filed evidence from Pan American Operating, Inc featuring information from Geary Trigleth.

Most recently on April 16th; business records from Comerica Bank provided by Cornelia Allen, R.P Wilson, Inc from Tracey Wilson, and finally McDonald & Johnson Resources, LLC from Jay B. Johnson.

It's an amazing amount of information that will give a jury the snap shot into the wheeling and dealing of this world class Ponzi schemer.

Affidavit--of Business Records Custodian-PanAmerican Operating Inc / Geary Trigleth     
04/11/2013  Announcement  (9:00 AM) (Judicial Officer Rusch, Mark)
04/16/2013  State's
Notice of Filing of Business Records Pursuant to Rule 902(10) Texas Rules of Evidence
04/16/2013  Business Records
Comerica Bank/Cornelia Allen
04/16/2013  Business Records
R.P. Wilson, Inc./Tracey Wilson
04/16/2013  Business Records
McDonald & Johnson Resources, LLC./Jay B. Johnson (1) Flash Drive
05/06/2013  Announcement Last Pass  (9:00 AM) (Judicial Officer Rusch, Mark)

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Judge Rouch issues his "last pass" to Kelly G Rogers

Is time running out on Kelly G Rogers?

On Thursday, Judge Rouch issued his "Last Pass" and rescheduled the announcement of a trial date to May 6th at 9:00 am.

Will we just see another delay come May 6th? No chance.

In other news; after taking a closer look at the Collin County Website, we noticed a subtle, yet significant change in the status of his 2009 indictment.

If you look in the upper left-hand corner of the 2009 indictment, it now lists ALL the indictments as "Related".

This means the DA's motion to consolidate the indictments has been approved.

This is significant because if Rogers is found guilty, it's Judge Rouch who will determine if the sentence is served "Consecutively" or "Concurrency".

Think about that. If found guilty on all seven counts and gets 5 years per count, "Consecutively" would be 35 year while "Concurrently" is five.

That is all. Sleep tight knowing the end in near.

Monday, April 8, 2013

Court Date scheduled for April 11th for Kelly G Rogers

Hamilton & Associates provide a nice recap of Kelly G Rogers.....

Texas Attorney Kelly G Rogers indicted for Role 
in Oil & Gas Scam 

Lawyers Gone Wild Series

In May 2012, Kelly G. Rogers, a Texas attorney specializing in oil and gas, was indicted by the state for stealing $2.8 million from people he persuaded to invest in a company called Falcon Energy.  He was charged with money laundering, theft of property, and securities fraud.

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