abc7chicago -- "He was trying to find out, what did I do? You have the wrong person. They kept telling him to be quiet, you know, order in the court," said Chrystal Ferguson, Rogers' aunt. It wasn't until Tuesday, as Rogers was in jail, that the truth came to light. The lawyer for the other Cortez Rogers told cops that the man in jail was not his client. Rogers, who works as a security guard, said he's always respected the law. Asked if he still believes in the system, Rogers said: "Not so much no." Ну, one man at a time, как говорится.