Monday, May 30, 2016
On Thursday, May 26th, 2016 the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Parole Parole board DENIED Kelly G Rogers'parole. The board scheduled the next review for May of 2017 and called it a day.
From the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles handbook for criminals; "What if parole is denied? If an offender is denied parole, he or she is given either a Serve-All (SA) or a Next Review (NR) date. NR vote means that the parole panel has decided the offender is not ready for parole but that a subsequent review should be conducted at a specified future date within one to five years for offenders serving a sentence listed in §508.149(a), Government Code, and one year for an offender not serving a sentence under §508.149(a) Government Code."
So the moral of the story, you did write letters to the Parole board and they read each and every one of them. The denial code was called an 11d but no other explanation was provided.
The stark reality Rogers is absorbing this Memorial Day weekend is another year of his life is slipping away while locked up at POWLEDGE prison.