"Hello KELLY! Maybe in your free time of plotting your scams, you should look at what Dale Barron and The Collin County District Attorney's Office did to KAREN BOWIE.. She just received um.... 80 YEARS ON ONE CASE! Kudos to Dale Barron and the District Attorney's Office. The wheels may move slow, however they are proving to be thorough. The worst thing for Rogers' is he has judge who isn't going to put up with his manipulation and shenanigans, I don't think any attorney wants Rogers' case..... The day of reckoning approaches.... 80 YEARS!
State of Texas nails Karen Bowie
If I were Rogers, I'd be crapping my pants after reading the sentence brought to Karen P. Bowie. Titan Wealth Management, LLC was shut down by the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2009 because it was a Ponzi Scheme. The team of Dale Barron and the Collin County DA's Office nailed this group of financial terrorists. This is the same team who's prosecuting Kelly G Rogers.
State of Texas vs. Karen Bowie. On January 3rd, 2013, Jury released to deliberate at 10:19 a.m. Verdict reached at 11:35 a.m. Defendant found guilty as charged in indictment. Verdict accepted by the Court.
On February 1st, 2013: Jury charged and released to deliberate at 12:20 p.m. Jury returned verdict at 2:30 p.m. Jury's verdict is 80 years confinement in TDCJ and a fine of $10,000.00. Verdict accepted by the court. Defendant sentenced to 80 years confinement in TDCJ and fined $10,000.00. Back time credit of 603 days.
John J.Kim a Maryland resident who was part of a Texas-based scam to sell supposedly high-yielding European notes, pleaded guilty Feb. 21, 2011 in Collin County state District Court to engaging in organized criminal activity. Kim was sentenced to 10 years in state prison. Kim was part of a scheme organized by Thomas Lester Irby, a Frisco money manager who convinced about 30 investors to put $3.1 million into fictitious "European Mid-Term Notes" issued by European banks. The notes supposedly paid short-term returns of between 10% and 50%. Most of the money from investors was diverted to pay Irby's personal expenses and to pay early investors in what turned out to be a Ponzi scheme. Irby was sentenced to 24 years in state prison on Dec. 20. (Texas State Securities Board-2011 Civil and Criminal Actions).