John Rogers knew it was wrong to make a fake Billy Sims Heisman Trophy to get a $100,000 loan.
The Arkansas man also knew it was wrong to show investors sham contracts to prop up his photo archive business.
But Rogers told a federal judge in Chicago Monday: "I did it anyway." And now Rogers, 44, faces significant prison time after pleading guilty to wire fraud in front of U.S. District Judge Thomas M. Durkin. He said his motivation for scamming $10 million out of investors, banks
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