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William “Mac” Hogan

John Rogers may have a stay booked for him at the Federal Bureau of Prisons' 28-story MCC Chicago facility.
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Rogers Goes to Jail to Await Fraud Sentencing

A federal judge in Chicago ordered that serial fraudster John Rogers be remanded to the custody of U.S. marshals. read more >
What is the former Rogers Archives in North Little Rock really worth? Displayed is a 1927 photo of President Calvin Coolidge, right, and Gen. Leonard Wood.
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Concerns Voiced About Red Alert Proposal in John Rogers Case

The $28 million cash offer to acquire the photo archives and sports memorabilia assets once owned by John Rogers has drawn objections and cautionary filings. read more >
John and Angelica Rogers show off the famed Jumbo Wagner during a soiree at their home on Dec. 12, 2008.
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John Rogers $2.5 Million Sham Deal Included Honus Wagners

If there’s a single deal that captures the fast-and-loose dealings of John Rogers, it is his purported purchase of The Oklahoman newspaper photo archives for $2.5 million in July 2011. 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 >