Blending dinosaurs and rapture proves too taxing for Pensacola evangelist

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PENSACOLA - Evangelist, Kent Hovind, was found guilty of 58 counts of tax fraud on Nov. 3, 2006. Kent Hovind, whose life's mission is to debunk evolution, says he and his employees are "workers of God and therefore exempt from paying taxes." Hovind is founder of Creation Science Evangelism and Dinosaur Adventure Land, a place where "dinosaurs and the Bible meet." Jurors found Hovind should have met his tax obligations instead.

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Apparently, this situation is more complex than it... by Jonah2015 on Thursday, Jan 4, 2007 at 1:58:59 PM