In the most predictable result ever, the jury deliberated only 3 hours before finding Kent Hovind and his wife guilty on all charges.
A federal jury has convicted Kent Hovind and his wife, Jo, of tax fraud.
Hovind faces a maximum of 288 years in prison. His wife faces up to 225 years. Her charges include aiding and abetting her husband with 44 counts of evading bank-reporting requirements.
He won’t get that much, of course, nor should he. A couple years in jail, a nice fine. That oughta send a pretty strong message. It’s all lost on Hovind, of course. He is impenetrable to reason and he will spin this as a test of his faith or an act of Satan (when he’s not riding around in his UFOs) or whatever he has to tell himself to keep from actually thinking.