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Kent Hovind was in Maryland for the first (and probably last) time in years. I’ve heard his spiel, of course, but I’d never seen his show live, so naturally I had to go.
Oh, this is just too precious. The April 2005 issue of Scientific American included an editorial entitled “Okay, We Give Up” and subtitled, “We feel so ashamed”. The editors said they were contrite for ignoring creationism and ID, simply because … Continue reading
Kent Hovind’s site gives word that The Supreme Court has recently denied our petition for a rehearing of Dr. Hovind’s case. They gave no reason. Personally, I like to think that a clerk got the brief about someone who didn’t … Continue reading
Kent Hovind’s weblog, normally devoted to imaginary conversations, now has a bit of news: Kent’s wife Jo was sentenced at the same time as her husband, to a year and a day. Her sentence was stayed pending the outcome of … Continue reading
The Pensacola News Journal has the news about Jo Hovind’s sentencing: Jo Hovind, the wife of creationist theme-park owner Kent Hovind, stood solemnly beside her attorney Friday as U.S. District Judge Casey Rodgers handed down a sentence of one year … Continue reading
Kent Hovind’s site reports that his wife Jo will be sentenced tomorrow, Jun. 29, at 9:00 a.m. I guess we’ll see what happens.
Kent Hovind says on his weblog: At lunch last week, one of the inmates said, “If I could, I would bomb the Christian Coalition. They are the reason we are here.” I was shocked by his statement! I love the … Continue reading
The Pensacola News Journal reports: An appeal by Pensacola creationist Kent Hovind and his wife, Jo Hovind, seeking acquittal on tax-fraud charges was denied. U.S. District Judge Casey Rodgers upheld the Hovinds’ November 2006 conviction on 44 counts of bank-structuring … Continue reading
Kent and Jo Hovind were back in the news last week: Kent and Jo Hovind were back in federal court this week seeking acquittal on charges of bank structuring. The couple’s attorneys argued there was no intent to defraud the … Continue reading