Friday, January 30, 2015


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.