Friday, November 6, 2015

While Kelly G Rogers rots in a Texas jail, Kelly G. Rogers gets arrested in Florida!

How ironic this women has the name Kelly G Rogers? Odds makers in Las Vegas set odds of landing in jail if you're named Kelly G Rogers at 2:1.

Speaking of odds, have you written the Texas Parole board about the perils of letting Rogers out of jail in June of 2016? Don't be a free loader, contribute. It take all of us to present the dangers of allowing a pathological liar back on the streets now or anytime in the next 20 years.

Get busy, here's the address.
The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles
8610 Shoal Creek Blvd
Austin, TX 78757
TDCJ #01938357

Felony Conviction 380-81036-2012

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Kelly G Rogers moved to Powledge Unit Prison

***Updated on August 17th, 2015***

Kelly G Rogers has been moved to the Powledge Unit Prison in Palestine, TX within the past 30 days.

This is the SIXTH prison visited since he was incarcerated in May of 2014. Other visits included the Collin County Jail, Gurnee Transfer Faculty, Dallas City Jail, Hamilton Prison, Middleton prison and now the Powledge Unit Prison.

The good news is it NOT a transitional prison like the John Middleton Transfer Facility and could indicate they plan to keep him incarcerated for a longer period of time. Rogers is scheduled for a parole hearing in June of 2016 unless the board feels he remains a continued menace to society.

Letter written by those who were scammed by Rogers has a direct impact and carry significant gravity on the decision makers on the parole board. Let all do our part to make sure his stay is worthwhile for him.

Here's the kind of guy Kelly Rogers really is. A comment on August 10th, 2015 reads; 
"As a small business owner, I did work for Kelly Rogers. At the completion of the project, he just refused to pay my balance. He assured me that he had a lot of money and that he is a lawyer and I will NEVER see my money owed. He was right, I NEVER got paid. :((

Send you letter to the parole board. Need we say more. 

The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles
8610 Shoal Creek Blvd
Austin, TX 78757TDCJ #01938357Felony Conviction 380-81036-2012


In the meantime, here's the good company he's keeping according to The Texas Tribune: 

Powledge Prison:



Middleton Prison

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Former Attorney Kelly G Rogers moved to Middleton Prison



Memorial Day is a time to remember all those who fought and died to protect the Freedoms we enjoy each and every day. Most of us take those freedoms for granted.
So on this Memorial day, enjoy the fact that this guy is NOT enjoying ANY freedom at all!
His name is Kelly Gordon Rogers. In fact, Rogers was recently moved out of the Dallas County Jail (Transferred to testify against Richard Weyand) and into the John W. Middleton Prison in Abilene, TX. Looks like a nice country club to me.
It's a crying shame Carrie has gotten away without doing ANY jail time for her lying, cheating and manipulating. I'd love to hear how she is explaining the entire episode to others to cover-up her role in their fleecing of friends and business associates. 

Friday, March 13, 2015

NEW MUGSHOT FOR FELON KELLY G ROGERS

Kelly G Rogers was booked into the Dallas County Jail on February 17th, 2015. He currently resides in the North Tower, 3E04. Here's his latest mugshot.

Apparently, Rogers was shipped from the JW Hamilton Prison to the Dallas County Jail to testify in the DK Joint Ventures, et al vs. Richard Weyand case 3:07-CV-0509-K. However, that case was settled on February 20, 2015.

Yet, here he sits in the Dallas County Country Club.

In the past week, we checked into his status within the TDCJ and saw his current status as Temporary Release. WHAT?!! How could he get out at this point? Didn't the Parole board get all the letters?

But then we took a collective sigh of relief. According to the Dallas County Jail Website, his charge is WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS AD TESTIFICANDUM (A writ of habeas corpus orders the custodian of an individual in custody to produce the individual before the court to make an inquiry concerning his or her detention, to appear for prosecution (ad prosequendum) or to appear to testify (ad testificandum).

He looks happy and I think the color of his jumpsuit fits within his color palette better than the prison orange...don't you? 




 
 

Friday, February 27, 2015

Kelly Rogers:" I never had to compromise my Ethics and Morals"

Ladies and Gentlemen, Amway diamond Kelly Rogers and his now famous quote; "What ever I did, I never had to compromise the really important things in my life. I never had to compromise my morals, I never had to compromise my ethics, and I never had to compromise, believe it or not, time with my family".

Don't forget to write your letter to the Parole board about this ethical giant.

The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles
8610 Shoal Creek Blvd
Austin, TX 78757
TDCJ #01938357

Felony Conviction 380-81036-2012

"What ever I've done, you can do"

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"Do I have an alternative motive? Absolutely!"
 
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Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Kelly Gordon Rogers in the News again

It's the gift that keeps on giving. February 24th, 2015 story headline: "16 Texas Lawyers Disciplined on February Bar List".

On Nov. 26, 2014, the Supreme Court of Texas accepted the resignation in lieu of discipline of Kelly G. Rogers [#17194020], 56, of Dallas. At the time of Rogers’s resignation, a judgment of conviction by jury had been entered in Case No. 380-81033-2012 styled The State of Texas v. Kelly Gordon Rogers in the 401st District Court of Collin County, wherein Rogers was found guilty      of felony theft and was sentenced to 20 years in the Correctional Institutions Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Rogers was further ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $10,000 and court costs of $481.50.

His story...ending with a 20 year sentence.


Sunday, February 22, 2015

RICHARD WEYAND SENTENCED TO 5 YEARS PROBATION AND A SLAP ON THE WRIST

From the February 18th hearing...

Minute Entry for proceedings held before Judge Marcia A. Crone:

Sentencing held on 2/18/2015 for Richard Weyand (1), Count(s) 1, 5 YEARS PROBATION, Special Assessment $100, Fine $2,000 interest waived. (Court Reporter Tonya Jackson.) (snh, ) (Entered: 02/18/2015)

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

RICHARD WEYAND SCHEDULED FOR SENTENCING ON FEBRUARY 18TH, 2015

On March 24th, 2014, the assistant US Attorney Andrew Williams filed an indictment against Richard Weyand. In USA vs. Richard Weyand (Eastern District of Texas) the US Attorney charged Weyand with one felony charge.

"On or about October 21, 2009, in the Eastern District of Texas, Richard Weyand, defendant, willfully made and subscribed a United States Individual Income Tax Return Form 1040, for calendar year 2008, which was verified by written declaration under the penalties of perjury and which he did not believe true and correct as to every material matter, in that Form 1040 did not reflect the defendants had additional taxable income of $101,000 in 2008 over and above what was reflected, when he knew that he had such taxable income exceeding the amount stated on the Form 1040".

This is in violation of Making and Subscribing false Tax Returns. Penalty is Imprisonment for not more than three years; a fine of not more than $250,000, a term of supervised release of not more than one year.

On May 5th, 2014, the Judge accepted a guilty plea from the defendant. Sentencing will take place on February 18th, 2015.

Reading between the lines, it appears that those interested parties supporting Kelly G Rogers have successfully exacted their revenge on Weyand who it would appear is about to become a convicted felon.

1. Original Filing
2. Elements of the Offenses
3. Factual Statement
4. Waiver of Indictment
5. Defendant Guilty


Friday, January 30, 2015

REGULATOR IDENTIFIES TOP 10 INVESTOR THREATS & CALL OUT KELLY G ROGERS

On November 14th, 2014, the Texas State Security Board released a presser identifying the "TOP 10 INVESTOR THREATS".

Guess who was called out for Oil and Gas investments (last on the list)? Kelly Gordon Rogers.

"Oil and Gas investments are highly speculative and complex. It is difficult for a potential investor to investigate a promoter’s claims about how much oil or gas will be produced, the time it will take to start production, and how the investment is structured will affect revenue and potential profits. In addition, not all investors in oil and gas projects have the expertise to decipher geological maps, production reports, and filings with state energy regulators. Investors should not rely solely on the promoter’s promises about any aspect of the investment. It’s also critical to know the background of the promoters – some may be inexperienced or have repeatedly failed in previous ventures, but not disclosed those facts to investors.Even if the underlying project is legitimate, any revenue realized can be negated by commissions and other fees or expenses skimmed off by the managing partner, who typically sets the terms and timing of payments to investors. Interests in general partnerships or joint ventures are often non-transferable and illiquid".

State of Texas v. Kelly Gordon Rogers

U.S. v. Bruce Kyle Griffith

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Kelly Gordon Rogers Moved to Hamilton Prison

First, we had to laugh when we found this blog site set up by Kelly G Rogers. If you want to brighten up your day, click on this photo below and read about Kelly Gordon Rogers, aka "Investment Advisor". 


Second, Felon Kelly G Rogers was recently transferred to the J. W. Hamilton Prison at 200 Lee Morrison Lane, Bryan, TX. A lovely facility and this from a former attendee;

"The staff are okay but the Warden is very nice in my opinion. They have AC which is nice for the guys and cable TV. They cannot receive any books, magazines and no radios. It's all about their class and they have lots of homework and do the program 7 days week. Oh-and they are encouraged to confront each other on their behavior, have to walk with their hands behind their backs and refer to those in their dorm as their family. It's totally different from regular facilities and something for the guys to get used to. However, if he's serious about making a better life for himself he'll get a great deal of information to prepare him".

Remember, Rogers will be denied a parole hearing (scheduled for a year from August) if you'll get off your butt and write a letter to the parole board and explain what he did to you and why he should stay in jail. You can get the address here.

Third, 16 Texas Lawyers Disciplined on January List from Mary Flood (Thank you Mary!):

On Nov. 26, 2014, the Supreme Court of Texas accepted the resignation in lieu of discipline of Kelly G. Rogers [#17194020], 56, of Dallas. At the time of Rogers’s resignation, a judgment of conviction by jury had been entered in Case No. 380-81033-2012 styled The State of Texas v. Kelly Gordon Rogers in the 401st District Court of Collin County, wherein Rogers was found guilty      of felony theft and was sentenced to 20 years in the Correctional Institutions Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Rogers was further ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $10,000 and court costs of $481.50.