Dr. Dunnit gets ten years

Kent Hovind, aka Dr. Dino, was sentenced to ten years in jail on Friday for tax evasion, with a three year probation when he finally gets out. His comments in the court only go to show that he’s still remorseless and still willing to milk his followers for all he can get:

If it’s just money the IRS wants, there are thousands of people out there who will help pay the money they want so I can go back out there and preach.

And people still support this guy? I think it’s perfectly ironic that he will now be a long term guest in a facility funded by those who do obey the law and pay their taxes.

And before you start telling me that he’s a harmless old man who only wanted to spread the word of god and shouldn’t be bound by law, let me remind you of a few things. He lives in a country where the privileges that are afforded to him are paid for by those who obey the law, yet he feels he does not need to contribute, despite claiming those privileges. He left his employees without medicare or social security during the time they were employed by him, and he potentially involved them in a serious breach of the law. He got his wife involved and now she faces years of jail time too. He lied to his constituents about everything from money to evolution… what else did he lie to you about? This is not a man who deserves your support, so move your faith over to someone else who is doing some good for the world and not leading people astray.

Your god obviously wants Hovind punished. So should you.

5 Responses to “Dr. Dunnit gets ten years”

  1. Con-Tester Says:

    Yes, god’s been a bit slack lately. It’s good to see him take a cue from George W. Bush and declare a “War on Error.”

  2. Damn right – god wants this guy punished.

  3. Nah your all wrong Hovind will appeal and will probably plea bargan his way out by turning rat against god who is of course the criminal mastermind behind it all. I cant wait to see the perp walk on the evening news 🙂

  4. well, it would certainly be a different spin on the old ‘the devil made me do it’ defence.

  5. Do any of the good people of the U.S.A. like taxation without representation??? If you do, you’re not thinking. If you don’t like it and do nothing about it, you’re passively disagreeing but going along none-the-less. If you actively appose it you are locked up? Here’s a question, how many of you would like your church’s pastor to be locked up for not paying his taxing? Wait, pastors don’t pay taxes they are minister’s of the gospel. Does Dr. Hovind offend you? If he does it’s not because he didn’t pay taxes because he’s a minister of the gospel. If he offends you it’s most likely because the gospel, that he teaches without flinching, offends you. Your offence is at the Word of God which I strongly suspect you know very little about.

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