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FBI agents conduct an investigation Jan. 28, 2014 at the John Rogers Archive in North Little Rock. The FBI also visited Rogers' home in North Little Rock.
Investments / Legal

John Rogers’ New Tale: Forgeries Hit $1 Billion

From prison, John Rogers has told one of his victims that the street value of his crimes total almost a billion dollars, a boastful figure in keeping with a blustery scam artist’s penchant for ditching the truth for lies and his felonious fondness for big and often inflated numbers. read more >
Forged signatures of Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Joe DiMaggio and more penned by John Rogers were chemically removed from bats and donated to youth leagues in Little Rock and Chicago.
Education / Media & Marketing / Nonprofits

John Rogers’ Counterfeit Bats Redeemed in Youth Baseball LeagueLock Icon

Among the evidence that came into FBI possession during the John Rogers investigation were two batches of baseball bats bearing forged autographs. read more >
Stamps and seals were among the items seized by federal agents during a 2014 raid on the North LIttle Rock business and mansion of John Rogers. The stamps and seals, gathered as evidence, were used by Rogers to add fake authenticity to bogus collectibles. The FBI believes Rogers returned to his old tricks to produce and sell counterfeit sports memorabilia and other collectibles before and after entering a plea agreement to wire fraud on March 7, 2017.
Banking & Finance / Legal / Media & Marketing

New Frauds Land John Rogers in PrisonLock Icon

Testimony at the Nov. 20 bond revocation hearing of serial fraudster John Rogers shed more light on new evidence uncovered by federal investigators. read more >