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Update: John Rogers Pleads Guilty to Fraud, Cites 'Greed'

Update: John Rogers Pleads Guilty to Fraud, Cites 'Greed'

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John Rogers of North Little Rock, who federal prosecutors say defrauded investors by offering a phony Heisman Trophy as collateral for a $100,000 loan, has pleaded guilty to wire fraud. He says his motivation was "greed" and also admitted to selling inauthentic memorabilia. read more >

Judge Approves Sale of John Rogers Photos

Judge Approves Sale of John Rogers Photos

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One of the historic treasures of early 20th century major league baseball is headed toward the auction block, but conflicting claims on the famed Conlon Collection still await courtroom resolution. read more >

Legal Fallout Facing John Rogers Mounts

Legal Fallout Facing John Rogers Mounts

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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 >

Snapshot: A Guide to John Rogers' Legal Problems

Snapshot: A Guide to John Rogers' Legal Problems

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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 >

Bank Documents Illuminate John Rogers’ Dealings

Bank Documents Illuminate John Rogers’ Dealings

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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 >