Kent Hovind faces 288 years in prison

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http://www.pensacolanewsjournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20061103/NEWS01/611030338/1006

awesome, finally the lying, profiteering bastard gets his due after lying, cheating, stealing and not paying taxes for many years.

On November 2, 2006, Hovind and his wife, Jo, were found guilty by a jury in a Pensacola, Florida federal court of numerous federal tax and tax-related offenses. Hovind is currently being held by the Escambia County Sheriff's Office awaiting sentencing on January 9, 2007. He has been ordered to forfeit $430,400 and faces a maximum of 288 years in prison.
 
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http://www.pensacolanewsjournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20061103/NEWS01/611030338/1006

awesome, finally the lying, profiteering bastard gets his due after lying, cheating, stealing and not paying taxes for many years.

On November 2, 2006, Hovind and his wife, Jo, were found guilty by a jury in a Pensacola, Florida federal court of numerous federal tax and tax-related offenses. Hovind is currently being held by the Escambia County Sheriff's Office awaiting sentencing on January 9, 2007. He has been ordered to forfeit $430,400 and faces a maximum of 288 years in prison.

dupe the govt out of their money and they get you- but rape a child and get 6 months.
the justice system is a huge fucking crock
 
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dupe the govt out of their money and they get you- but rape a child and get 6 months.
the justice system is a huge fucking crock
rape a child and get 6 months? what the hell are you talking about?

what do the actions of 1 judge from florida have to do with this.

kent hovind is also a lying fraud.
 
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the justice system is a huge fucking crock
American legal system is a joke.
"Kent Hovind, founder of Creation Science Evangelism and Dinosaur Adventure Land in Pensacola, was found guilty of 58 counts"

See what happens if you're convicted of 58 counts of murder. Please if the court systems where to establish a limit on charges anyone that was to be in prison soon would go on a crime run. It doesn't sound fair on paper but lets hear a better proposal. :rolleyes:
 
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"Kent Hovind, founder of Creation Science Evangelism and Dinosaur Adventure Land in Pensacola, was found guilty of 58 counts"

See what happens if you're convicted of 58 counts of murder. Please if the court systems where to establish a limit on charges anyone that was to be in prison soon would go on a crime run. It doesn't sound fair on paper but lets hear a better proposal. :rolleyes:
If you kill someone, why the hell shouldn't you die in prison? YOU FUCKING KILLED SOMEONE. God dammit. For 58 counts in murder, you should get 58 life sentences. 7-8 years in prison for taking someone's life is a joke: 288 years / 58 counts = 5 years/count. It's a joke if murder is only 2-3 years "more serious" than fucking over the government. I'd like to hear some reasoning as to why murder shouldn't automatically be life in prison.
 
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If you kill someone, why the hell shouldn't you die in prison? YOU FUCKING KILLED SOMEONE. God dammit. For 58 counts in murder, you should get 58 life sentences. 7-8 years in prison for taking someone's life is a joke: 288 years / 58 counts = 5 years/count. It's a joke if murder is only 2-3 years "more serious" than fucking over the government. I'd like to hear some reasoning as to why murder shouldn't automatically be life in prison.
I am not arguing that 7 years is sufficient punishment for murder (though I can't find anything that supports that 7 years is the median sentence for murder). Even if this is correct generally if you build counts of murder even 3 its usually death, 3 counts of tax evasion is not death.

I am saying that 288 years is well deserved for the 58 counts he committed.
 
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Mr. Heskey

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And to think that the average time spent for murder is 7 years.:rolleyes:

American legal system is a joke.
It's because of states like massachuesettes, california, etc. who are too concerned about "human rights for everyone" and other nonsense.


This is why I love Texas. They have possibly the harshest punishment system in the entire US.
 
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Sooo.....can we stop talking about the judicial system and start talking about how stupid Hovind is?
 

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dupe the govt out of their money and they get you- but rape a child and get 6 months.
the justice system is a huge fucking crock

i dont think its 6 months. but its bad enough punishment in prison. they hate those kinds of people with a passion
 
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It's because of states like massachuesettes, california, etc. who are too concerned about "human rights for everyone" and other nonsense.


This is why I love Texas. They have possibly the harshest punishment system in the entire US.
Just cause we don't have the death penalty doesn't mean we're soft on killers :). I'd hate to sit in jail for 60-70 years, I'd much rather just die and get it over with (assuming I knew that I was guilty and wouldn't be acquitted of charges). Seriously though, who would ever take years and years of butt rape over death?
 
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actually rapists and pedos are kept seperate from the regular prison population for their own protection. aint that some shit??
Don't make protective custody sound like a privledge that lets some asshole have a prison for himself. Its solitary confinement in a cell for 23 hours a day, just imagine what kind of mental torture that would be.

As far as the 7 year average for murder that statistic was obviously created by some dipshit who factored in all the voluntary manslaughter and lesser degree murder charges to make it seem like our judicial system is fucked.

If you go out and kill someone in cold blood you will not be serving anywhere near seven years. The crimes that reduce that average so low are those who kill people who attack their friends, or that guy who shot and killed the guy that kidnapped his daughter, or shooting someone whos breaking into your home. Murder is still murder, but the biggest factor in mitigating prison sentences in murder trials is the state of mind of the criminal.

If someone doesn't pay their taxes to the government, its the citizens that have to pay the price. You think all these tax revenues just funnel into someones paycheck up high? No you idiots, its what pays for your education, your schools and roads, and everything else you assholes take for granted.
 

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Don't make protective custody sound like a privledge that lets some asshole have a prison for himself. Its solitary confinement in a cell for 23 hours a day, just imagine what kind of mental torture that would be.

As far as the 7 year average for murder that statistic was obviously created by some dipshit who factored in all the voluntary manslaughter and lesser degree murder charges to make it seem like our judicial system is fucked.

If you go out and kill someone in cold blood you will not be serving anywhere near seven years. The crimes that reduce that average so low are those who kill people who attack their friends, or that guy who shot and killed the guy that kidnapped his daughter, or shooting someone whos breaking into your home. Murder is still murder, but the biggest factor in mitigating prison sentences in murder trials is the state of mind of the criminal.

If someone doesn't pay their taxes to the government, its the citizens that have to pay the price. You think all these tax revenues just funnel into someones paycheck up high? No you idiots, its what pays for your education, your schools and roads, and everything else you assholes take for granted.
Finally... someone with an education who knows what they are talking about. Thank you for posting.