Thursday, May 4, 2017

KELLY G ROGERS DENIED PAROLE ON 5/3/2017

OH HAPPY DAY—


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Those who seek truth and  justice in the Kelly G Rogers case were vindicated once again today as Kelly G Rogers failed to receive parole. He was denied based on “Untrustworthy” issues (Denial reason(s): 11D). 

Similar to the denial of 2016, the parole board recognizes Rogers as someone who cannot be trusted. He can’t tell the truth. He’s a pathological liar who is focused on the CONN of the day, having difficulty distinguishing between fact and fiction. 

When he finally does qualify for release in 2022, he’d make an excellent politician where no standards are required. 

Thank you to all who wrote letters to the parole board. You can’t impact a majority of issues in America but you can make a difference in this situation. 

And you did. 






Monday, February 13, 2017

Rogers in Parole Review, Would you write a letter?

Anonymous writes: 


"Rogers is once again in the parole review process. Please write letters asking that his stay be extended once again."

"Has anyone received any sort of apology from Rogers? If he was truly sorry for his actions, I would guess he would have been able to get that message out via mail or something. 
Just curious if my apology was misdirected or something!"

Bernie Madoff was Sentenced to 150 Years for his Ponzi Scheme, so why is Kelly G Rogers going to only serve three years? 

Will you join the Kelly G Rogers Report in writing a letter to the Parole Board? Just tell your story. Tell them how the actions of Kelly Rogers has affected your life. 

Tell them your personal experience. Tell them if Rogers ever told you he was sorry. Tell them if he ever offered to pay you back for the money he lost or stole. Tell them if you think he's trustworthy. 

WRITE YOUR LETTER NOW! 


The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles

8610 Shoal Creek Blvd 

Austin, TX 78757

TDCJ #01938357

Felony Conviction 380-81036-2012

***UPDATE ON 3/27/2017***

Pageviews @ Kelly G Rogers Report Still Strong 3 years after conviction