Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Thank You to All our Readers!

Happy New Year and THANK YOU to all our readers!

Without you and your informed comments, we couldn't have achieved the stated mission of this website.

"This blog is dedicated to; telling the Truth about Kelly Gordon Rogers (A Frisco, TX Attorney), exercising my First Amendment rights to Free Speech, and acting in a matter of "public concern" for the sole purpose of protecting individuals from getting involved in his financial schemes."

Over four years ago (September 1st, 2009) we began our effort to make sure the investing public was fully informed of the various scams brought forward by Kelly G Rogers. From his MLM deals to the Level Par Ponzi scheme, from his Oil and Gas shell games to his Medicare scam, people all over the Frisco area fell victim to these "Deals of a lifetime".

So keep those comments coming because we can't do it without you. Keep your eyes and ears open. You can email any important information to burnedbyrogers@gmail.com. Your identity will be held in strict confidentiality, never to see the light of day.

Happy New Year to everyone and only 47 more days until his first judgment day!

Wednesday, December 18, 2013


It's now become clear why Kelly G Rogers was jailed for nine days in November. He was trying to FLEE to MEXICO! A business trip?

According to the States Response to Defendants Motion to Release Defendant and set Reasonable Bond;

Section VI: "Further, the State has learned that the surety who was previously discharged by the Court (Act Now Bail Bonds) was previously requested by the defendant to permit him to obtain an expedited passport to travel to Mexico, presumably on business. Were defendant allowed to do so, he would be beyond the jurisdiction of this Honorable Court and beyond the ability of the surety to surrender the defendant for violation of his surety agreement with the bonding company".

Well, thank God someone found out about this little "Business Trip"!

So once Act Now Bail Bonds was granted the discharge, Rogers had to be jailed until he posted a new bond. Possibly being short of cash, Mitchell R. Nolte (Attorney for the Scammer) filed a Motion to lower the bond from the current $50,000 per felony to $10,000. It was denied.

In the State's response, Dale R. Barron, Special Assistant Criminal District Attorney for Collin Count,  reminded the Court;

"The defendant is charged with seven first degree felony offenses, including the charge from 2009, which all carry a penalty range of from 5 to 99 years or life confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional division, and as such should require a significant and sufficient bond to insure the appearance of the defendant at trial which is scheduled for February 17, 2013, in this Honorable Court. The State believes that the current bonds set for the six causes of action at issue in this matter are reasonable and necessary due to the severity of the charges the defendant is charged with".

The Court ordered to keep the bond at $50,0000 per occurrence, required the defendant to surrender any US Passport but denied the State request that Rogers be fitted with a GPS tracking devise.

Additionally, the court ordered Tom Bensen d/b/a Act Now Bail Bonds to refund the full amount of fees paid for the execution of the bond by the Defendant as follows;

  1. $20,000 to Fred Sewell (Defendant's Father-in-Law).
  2. $  4,025 to Carrie Sewell Rogers (Defendant's wife).
  3. Any other fees personally paid by the defendant ($5,975).
Fred Sewell is a fine man and sits on the Board of Directors of Comstock. Back in 2004-2006, Kelly Rogers was raising money for his Oil and Gas shell games with Rick Weyand, and would OFTEN dropped Mr. Sewell's name as an investor in his deals. He was quick to point out that he wasn't supposed to disclose that information but it sounded good, making the appeal of the opportunity seem that much better to the investors.

Each variation of the Oil and Gas investments would ultimately go bankrupt and those investors who believed his line of B.S. lost their total investment. Par for the course.

When Rogers was arrested on May 4th, 2012, his neighbor was M. Jay Allison, CEO of Comstock. Five days later, Comstock announced the appointment of Fredrick Sewell to the board.

How embarrassing.

Friday, December 13, 2013

Early Christmas Gifts From the State vs. Kelly Rogers

The State of Texas has sent out early Christmas Gifts to all those little elf's who will contribute to the cause of sending Kelly Rogers away...for a very long time.

Like a brightly wrapped gift, neatly situated under the Christmas Tree, we are overjoyed with love and gratitude in knowing that our nightmare is about to conclude with justice being served.

And Kelly G Rogers' nightmare is about to begin. (click on the image to enlarge)