Update to Kent Hovind's Website; my response!
- Kent, via his handlers, has been recently adding various documents to his website and has most recently added the following comments while noting that the page continues to be "under construction":
> "These many fatal flaws on my indictment wouldThe undisputed facts of the case are sufficient to prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that Kent Hovind has made a career out of tax evasion.
> have caused the case to be dismissed and me to
> be released immediately in an honest court but
> none of the motions were ever looked at for their
> merits but were dismissed on procedural grounds.
> The judge said that Rule 60(b) was not the proper
> way to bring the argument.
> So I filed an "Independent Action" #351 showing
> that the court must indeed dismiss the case for
> lack of jurisdiction.
> The independent action was denied with the
> following logic,
>> 'Upon consideration of the foregoing,
>> it is ORDERED this 21st day of May,
>> 2010, that the relief requested is
> Doc #352 s/M.
>> 'Casey Rodgers.'
> No reason,
> no law,
> no case law no explanation.
> THAT is not justice!
> Being found guilty in a court in America these
> days does NOT prove guilt. Having an appeal
> denied in a court in America these days STILL
> does NOT prove guilt. Making sure judges rule
> according to the law is a job Congress is supposed
> to oversee with the impeachment process. If
> they don't then God will right all wrongs one
> day. I appeal to the Court of Heaven!
>> KH" (Kent Hovind)
Kent Hovind is "guilty" whether or not any judicial process reaches that result.
However, my opinion regarding his criminal case is that he was properly investigated, properly indicted, properly prosecuted, properly convicted, properly sentenced, properly incarcerated, and his "100" efforts to change the results were properly denied.
In my recent exchange with Kent Hovind, he refused to openly, honestly discuss his legal problems and terminated the correspondence when he realized I was not going to play along on his terms and, of course, he had no desire or intent to openly, honestly deal with his problems with me.
Meanwhile, Kent's deadline with the U.S. Tax Court is tomorrow and that involves a case he has been very good about refusing to discuss.
Maybe Kent will file a response with the Tax Court.
Kent's wife's case was recently decided by the Tax Court:
I hope the Tax Court moves "swiftly" in rendering its opinion/decision in Kent's case. Kent has been allowed to perpetrate his "fraud upon the Tax Court" long enough.