"Dr." Kent Hovind, "PhD"

We in the Christian community are OUTRAGED that the filthy ACTIVIST JUDGES in America have the nerve to imprison a fine Christian man! Now it appears that the US Government wants to imprison people for just preaching the Bible! You see everyone, this is what happens when you let the FAGS run the American court system!

Who is Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD

Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD is generally considered the top Creation Science defender. Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD debates big Hollywood atheists like dr. Massimo Pigliucci as shown here. He has appeared on CBN, TBN, various television shows/networks, an endless list of radio programs, various schools, and churches. Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD also has hosted a daily radio show. In 1989 Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD created the Creation Science Evangelism ministry. In addition to this Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD has been a wonderful teacher for Biology, Anatomy, Physical Science, Mathematics, Earth Science, AND MUCH MUCH MORE!

When the internet first got online for millions of people around the world Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD started his website www.drdino.com. Did I fail to mention that Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD was a Doctor? Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD is a Doctor. On the website Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD happily sold movies, books, fossils and other things to the world. In addition to this he started the Dinosaur Adventure Land helping Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD to make an easy $1,000,000 a year! As we all know Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD would have donated all that money to the poor like all good Christians.

The PhD

Like many popular Christian preachers, Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD is a Doctor. Like Dr. Rick Warren, Dr. Jerry Falwell, Dr. Jason Gastrich, and so forth these Christians were WAY to intelligent and highly credible to go to a warrentless and baseless public university or any other that was accredited, probably by Satan!!

In fact I recently just graduated from patriotuniversity.com the most top notch university in the world. It has the most intelligent professors, a large campus, an Olympic swimming pool, several football fields, and a strong credibility just like the Bible! Dr. Me, PhD and Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD list Patriot University (now Patriot Bible University) as the source of our advanced degrees. Patriot Bible University is another religious school that is not accredited stupid sissy institutions like theU.S. Dept. of Education (http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/Search.asp)or by CHEA (http://www.chea.org/default.asp).


It has been authorized to operate in the state of Colorado, but it does not have accreditation by the state of Colorado since I guess they hate God.

Patriot University has a vast facility that Magikally fits into place the size of a small family house. Remember this is the same Magik that fit 100,000,000,000 animals into Noah's 101,205 square foot boat (988,094 animals per square foot). It's a miracle how it all works but if you don't believe me consider that the Assessors Office for Rio Grande County shows “Patriot Bible University” has an area of 3,582 square feet (equal to a large single-family house), and it is owned by the Hilltop Baptist Church of Alamosa, CO. Search ( http://www.zabasearch.com ) lists 1135 French St. as the residence of Dr. Lonnie Skinner, PhD (BUT THEY FORGOT TO SAY HE IS A DOCTOR THERE! THEY ARE LIBERAL LIARS!!

Here is an actual excerpt from the patriotuniversity.com's site:

(The following is quoted directly from patriotuniversity.org)


"Patriot Bible University is an answered prayer for me!"

We've heard that testimony hundreds of times during the past 24 years from students throughout the United States and from several foreign countries!
Patriot Bible University offers you a marvelous opportunity to achieve your Biblical training goals.

...And it isn't necessary for you to give up your present job or position with your church to go get it!

Patriot Bible University is for Christians who believe in Biblical education.

Brief Historyby Director - RR, 31 May 2006

Patriot Bible University was founded in 1979 in Dallas, Texas.

Since 1985, Patriot has been a ministry of Hilltop Baptist Church in Colorado Springs. That same year Patriot merged with American Christian University (then under the direction of Dr. J. Mark Hollingsworth).

Dr. Lonnie Skinner, one of the original founders, now directs all External Studies programs from offices in Del Norte, Colorado.


I had a great weekend at Patriot University when I studied and got my doctorates degree. The enormous campus is a breathtaking sight too at 1135 French St., Del Norte, CO. I felt bad that Patriot University only showed a small picture of the campus that I grew to love on my weekend there so I decided to show you the rest of its vast campus.

With modern cutting edge Roman style architecture, Patriot University stands as the most popular and powerful Universities in the world for all the Bible name PhDs in Christianity. You can trust credibility with the name Christian over any fancy pants fake university that the Liberals go to have Anal Sex and eat each others rectums!

Yes this is where me and Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD got our doctorates degrees at patriotuniversity.com Now that I'm a doctor I can probably prescribe medication for myself or something.


Unlike fake doctors who have to resort to to con-artistry like dr. Massimo Pigliucci, Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD has to fight off people who hate God. He's been accused of assault and battery, falsely declaring bankruptcy, making threats against federal officials, filing false complaints, failing to get necessary building permits, and various tax-related charges. We all know this doesn't matter though because Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD is a Christian and therefore has his blood cleaned by Jesus or something.

Note: Following sections are quoted from WikiPedia

Assault and battery

In 2002, he was charged with one count of felony assault, one count of misdemeanor battery, and one count of burglary with assault/battery. In December 2002, the charges were dropped by the alleged victim, Hovind's secretary.

Property taxes and zoning ordinance

Hovind was charged on September 13, 2002, for failure to observe county zoning regulations with respect to Dinosaur Adventure Land. Despite arguments that the owners did not need a permit due to the nature of the building, the park has been found in violation of local regulations. On June 5, 2006, Hovind pled nolo contendere as charged to three counts: constructing a building without a permit, refusing to sign a citation (Case # 2001 MM 023489 A) and violating the county building code (Case # 2002 MM 026670 A). Hovind was ordered to pay $225.00 per count. The plea brought to an end the 5-year criminal (misdemeanor) court battle over a $50.00 building permit. In June 2006 Hovind complied with the county law (Case # 2001 MM 023489 A). Hovind estimates he spent $40,000 in legal expenses on this case. On June 19, 2006, the delinquent 2003-2005 property taxes/penalties for Dinosaur Adventure Land were paid in an amount of $10,402.64.

Federal civil tax matters, bankruptcy, and renouncing citizenship

Hovind does not run his various educational and religious activities through a U.S. Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3) organization. Instead, the organizational structure he uses apparently is "based on various questionable trust documents purchased from ... a known promoter of tax avoidance schemes." The U.S. Tax Court has concluded that Hovind used these trust documents as well as other fraudulent means to conceal the ownership and control of his activities and properties.

Hovind was originally reported to the IRS by Pensacola Christian College senior vice president Rebekah Horton in the mid 1990s, after she learned of Hovind's anti-tax stand. "'We know the Scriptures do not promote (tax evasion),'" Horton said in testimony against Hovind during his 2006 trial, "'It's against Scripture teaching'.... Horton believed it was the college's duty to report the misleading doctrine. 'I didn't want to see innocent people get led astray,' she said. Pensacola Christian College then decided its students no longer were permitted to work with Creation Science Evangelism".

In 1996 Hovind unsuccessfully filed for bankruptcy to avoid paying federal income taxes. Hovind was found to have lied about his possessions and income. He claimed that as a minister of God everything he owns belonged to and he is not subject to paying taxes to the United States on the money he received for doing God's work (citing United States Internal Revenue Code §508(c)(1)(a)). The court ordered him to pay the money and upheld the IRS determination that Hovind's claim "was filed in bad faith for the sole purpose of avoiding payment of federal income taxes." In the ruling, the judge called Hovind's arguments "patently absurd." The judge also noted that "the IRS has no record of the debtor ever having filed a federal income tax return," although this was not the court's reason for denying the bankruptcy claim.

On May 13, 1998, Hovind and his wife attempted to evade all responsibility for any previous promises, debts, or legal agreements made prior to April 15, 1998, by filing a document called "Power of Attorney and Revocation of Signature" with the Escambia County Clerk of Courts. The document reads, in part: "I/we do hereby revoke and make void... all signatures on any instruments...". The Hovinds claimed they had signed government documents "due to the use of various elements of fraud and misrepresentations, duress, coercion, under perjury, mistake, 'bankruptcy'."

In the document, the Hovinds argue that Social Security is essentially a "Ponzi scheme." The Hovinds referred to the United States Government as "the 'bankrupt' corporate government" and said they were renouncing their United States citizenship and Social Security numbers to become "a natural citizen of 'America' and a natural sojourner." In 2002 Hovind was again delinquent in paying his taxes, and unsuccessfully sued the IRS for harassment. The Hovinds referred to their home state of Florida as "the State of Florida Body-Politic Corporation." Judges and the IRS did not appear to honor this as a legally relevant document in future decisions.
In 2004, IRS agents raided Hovind's home and business to confiscate financial records. IRS agent Scott Schneider said none of Hovind's businesses had a business license, nor tax-exempt status. The Associated Press quoted Schneider as saying "Since 1997, Hovind has engaged in financial transactions indicating sources of income and has made deposits to bank accounts well in excess of $1 million per year during some of these years, which would require the filing of federal income taxes." On June 3, 2004, the IRS issued tax liens of $504,957.24 against Hovind and his son and their businesses due to previous legal maneuverings to evade taxation by moving property between himself, his son, and other legal entities.

On July 7, 2006, the United States Tax Court (Docket number 011894-05L) found that Hovind was deficient in paying his federal income taxes in tax years 1995-97 in the amount of $504,957.24. The Tax Court found that the IRS had a valid, perfected lien on Hovind's property in that amount. The IRS is currently levying against Hovind's property to satisfy his unpaid tax liabilities. In the Memorandum Opinion the judge noted that Hovind's "organizational structure . . . was based on various questionable trust documents purchased from Glen Stoll, a known promoter of tax avoidance schemes." Moreover, Hovind's defense was based on "bizarre arguments" and "some of which constitute tax protestor arguments involving excise taxes and the alleged '100% voluntary' nature of the income tax."

Federal criminal tax-related convictions in 2006

Dr. Kent Hovind,PhD faces a 58-count federal indictment

On July 11, 2006, Hovind was charged in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida in Pensacola with twelve counts of willful failure to collect, account for, and pay over Federal income taxes and FICA taxes under 26 U.S.C. § 7202, forty-five counts of knowingly structuring transactions in Federally-insured financial institutions to evade the reporting requirements of 31 U.S.C. § 5313(a), in violation of 31 U.S.C. § 5324, 18 U.S.C. § 2 and 31 C.F.R. sec. 103.11, and one count of corruptly endeavoring to obstruct and impede the administration of the internal revenue laws under 26 U.S.C. § 7212 Twelve of the charges were for failing to pay employee-related taxes, totaling $473,818, and 45 of the charges were for evading reporting requirements by making multiple cash withdrawals just under the $10,000 reporting requirement (smurfing). The withdrawals, totaling $430,500, were made in 2001 and 2002. The government charged that Hovind falsely listed the IRS as his only creditor in his bankruptcy, filed a false and frivolous lawsuit against the IRS in which he demanded damages for criminal trespass, made threats of harm to those investigating him and to those who might consider cooperating with the investigation, filed a false complaint against IRS agents investigating him, filed a false criminal complaint against IRS special agents (criminal investigators), and destroyed records.

United States of America v Kent Hovind and Jo Hovind

After the indictment, Hovind had maintained his innocence. "I still don't understand what I'm being charged for and who is charging me," he said.Magistrate Miles Davis asked Hovind if he wrote and spoke English, to which Hovind responded "To some degree". Davis replied that the government adequately explained the allegations and the defendant understands the charges "whether you want to admit it or not." An October 17th trial date (originally September 5th) was set for Kent Hovind and his co-defendant wife, Jo, who faced 44 charges. Hovind stated that he did not recognize the government's right to try him on tax-fraud charges. At first he attempted to enter a plea of "subornation of false muster," but then entered a not guilty plea "under duress" when the judge offered to enter a plea for him.

At the time of the arrest, Magistrate Davis, "over Kent Hovind's protests[,] ... took away his passport and [the] guns Hovind claimed belonged to his church...." Hovind argued that he needed his passport to continue his evangelism work. He said "thousands and thousands" were waiting to hear him preach in South Africa the following month. But Davis sided with Assistant U.S. Attorney Michelle Heldmyer, who argued that "like-minded people" might secret Hovind away if he left the country. In relation to the guns, Davis said "ownership was not the issue.". Because of reports of weapons in the Hovind compound, the indictment was originally sealed for fear that "the arrest of the defendants in this case could pose some danger to agents." More than a half-dozen guns were seized at the Hovind's home, including an SKS semiautomatic rifle. Also "During an IRS raid at the home, agents found cash stashed 'all over the place.' About $42,000 was seized."

It was revealed during the trial that Jo Hovind had requested financial assistance from Baptist Healthcare claiming that the Hovinds had no income. "'Dr. and Mrs. Kent Hovind do not earn salaries,' wrote Martha Harris, the trust secretary of Creation Science Evangelism to Baptist. 'As health insurance is not provided for this couple, we would appreciate (financial assistance).'" However, continues the article "Kent Hovind, a tax protester, makes a substantial amount of money" see above. "On the day the IRS searched the Hovind home, Kent Hovind withdrew $70,000 from the Creation Science Evangelism account. Half in a check; the other in cash.

Evangelist Kent Hovind's tax trial begins

At the time of the indictment, Hovind's defense appeared to be that although there were 30 people working for him, all of whom received remuneration in cash, none of them were employees. According to Hovind, "Nobody's an employee, and they all know that when they come. They come, they work ... The laborer is worthy of his hire -- we try to take the purely scriptural approach. We do the best we can with helping people with their family needs. There are no employees here." Hovind had also claimed that he was not liable for taxes that and his ministry did not have to "render unto Caesar" because his workers are "missionaries" not "employees".

On October 21, 2006, the trial began in which he hoped to convince a jury that his amusement park admission and merchandise sales belonged to God and cannot be taxed After the first week of testimony the trial was postponed due to a defense lawyer's illness Former and current workers, IRS agents, a bank employee, and a lawyer of a non-profit Christian organization testified in the trial. Workers testified that they had to punch time cards, had vacation and sick days; while others testified Hovind claimed he had "beat" the tax system. During the trial, the judge "admonished" Hovind's attorney for wasting time and asking irrelevant questions.

Evangelist Hovind found guilty for tax fraud

The trial concluded on November 1st with the defense deciding not to present a case. After closing arguments were presented on November 2nd, the jury deliberated three hours before finding the Hovinds guilty on all counts. The Pensacola News Journal noted, "The saddest thing: Had they cooperated with the agents, they probably wouldn't be worrying about prison sentences now."

Hovind was sentenced on January 19, 2007 to ten years in prison and ordered to pay the federal government restitution of $640,000. After his prison term finishes, he will have to serve another three years of probation. A tearful Hovind had hoped to avoid prison, telling the court, "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."

However "Hovind's courtroom comments were in stark contrast to more-combative statements he made in recent telephone calls from Escambia County Jail. In a recording of one of the telephone conversations played in court Friday, Hovind said the Internal Revenue Service, presiding judge and prosecutor broke the law by going after him, and there were things he could do 'to make their lives miserable.' Comparing himself to a buffalo in a lion fight, Hovind's voice was heard saying 'As long as I have some horns, I'm going to swing. As long as I have some hoofs, I'm going to kick. As long as I have some teeth, I'm going to fight. The lion's going to know he's been in a fight.'

ALL OF THESE CHARGES ARE LIBERAL LIES! Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD is a Christian and follows Jesus so therefore HIS BLOOD IS CLEAN OF SIN! This is an outrageous notion that the government can imprison the obviously innocent. Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD has already explained to people that the US Government has done the following deeds according to Dr. Kent Hovind, PhD:
--The US Government was behind 9/11
--The US Government was behind the 1993 attack at the World Trade Center
--The US Government was behind the Oklahoma City Bombing
--The US Government possesses UFOs and says "UFOs are apparitions of Satan"
--The Federal Reserve, Council on Foreign Relations, United Nations, and other groups are planning to form a single one world government so the Anti-Christ can come
EXACTLY is what I say! Like all Christians, Dr. Kent Hovind PhD knows his facts!

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~PhD Dr. Pastor Deacon Jim Nicholls, PhD

from http://www.truechristian.com/hovind.html