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Mac Hogan personally guaranteed a $900,000 loan made to John Rogers from Bank of Little Rock. Rogers used the loan to set up a phantom company and funnel the funds to himself.
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Financial Consultant Sued Over Fake Loan Taken by John RogersLock Icon

A 5-year-old fraud committed by memorabilia maven John Rogers of North Little Rock has given rise to a new lawsuit. read more >
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 >
Legendary baseball photographer George Brace poses with outfielder Jeff Heath, left, and future Hall of Famer Bob Feller of the Cleveland Indians.
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Case Closed: The Final Orders of Four John Rogers Lawsuits

Though dormant on the court dockets, some lawsuits against John Rogers and his business ventures remain technically active. read more >
JFK and Jackie arrive in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963. 
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Rickerby Collection Part of John Rogers Battle

The battle over the bones of the insolvent John Rogers photo archives continues to narrow down to specific assets. read more >
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Foreclosures Filed on Two More John Rogers Properties

A new creditor recently became a late entry in the financial freefall of alleged serial fraudster John Rogers. read more >
In court filings, receiver Michael McAfee says security camera footage shows John Rogers entering the archive offices late one night against the terms of a lease agreement. Above, a screenshot from the footage.
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Legal Fallout Facing John Rogers Mounts

A new lawsuit, an expanded fraud complaint, a default judgment and a contempt hearing have added to the legal tapestry woven around North Little Rock businessman John Rogers. read more >
John Rogers outside his former business in North Little Rock (left) and leaving with three backup hard drives of images under his jacket after making a late night, “unlawful” visit on Aug. 22, 2015.
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Hard Drives Not His To Take, Receiver Says About John Rogers

Perhaps you heard the security protocol recently was revamped at the Sports Cards Plus complex in North Little Rock. The change in who has access and how they gain access followed an “unlawful” visit just before midnight on Saturday, Aug. 22, by alleged serial fraudster John Rogers, former owner of the business. read more >
Bank records show that money loaned to John Rogers (below) for purchasing equipment for his business instead went to an account used by Earl Scott (top), a former football teammate of Rogers.
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Bank Documents Illuminate John Rogers’ Dealings

Bank of Little Rock’s position among creditors battered by the financial wheeling and dealing of John Rogers is uncertain. But the $203 million-asset lender was first in line to accuse Rogers of fraud among the growing crowd of litigants pursuing him in Pulaski County Circuit Court. read more >
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Snapshot: A Guide to John Rogers’ Legal Problems

After federal agents came calling at his business and home on Jan. 28, 2014, John Rogers lost control of his chaotic financial world. The known claims against the photo and sports memorabilia dealer total more than $45 million, not counting $49 million in requested punitive damages. read more >
Some photo archives are in dispute at the North Little Rock facility once controlled by John Rogers.
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John Rogers Receiver Michael McAfee Seeking A ‘Prince’

Michael McAfee thinks he’s starting the new year with a bout of sinusitis that will require a trip to the doctor for relief. Banks and other creditors of North Little Rock businessman John Rogers are looking to McAfee to help alleviate financial headaches that began throbbing a year ago — and in some cases even longer. read more >
John Rogers holds a valuable 1909 Honus Wagner baseball card after its 2008 purchase. |
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Claims Pass $18M as John Rogers’ Dealings Draw More Lawsuits

Two lawsuits against North Little Rock memorabilia dealer John Rogers add more than $2.6 million to claims that now top $18 million as questions about his business dealings continue to mount. read more >
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First Arkansas Bank Sues NLR Businessman John Rogers for $14.2M

First Arkansas Bank & Trust has sued to collect $14.2 million from North Little Rock businessman John Rogers. Meanwhile, Rogers is no longer involved in day-to-day operations of the photo archive and sports memorabilia venture and hasn't been for more than six months, according to Mac Hogan, who's now running the business. read more >
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Report: John Rogers Was Tipped to FBI Raid

John Rogers allegedly was tipped off that federal agents would be visiting his North Little Rock business and home before federal agents executed search warrants on Jan. 28. But Rogers' attorney says Rogers helped authorities expose another man's crime. read more >