Wednesday, February 7, 2007


Some of you may remember the gang rape that occurred involving an 11-year-old girl and about 20 men and boys last September. Two of those men were recently charged. One sentenced to 10 years in jail and 11 years on probation, and the other to 6 years in jail and 8 years on probation. Both will have sex offender tagged to them for much of the rest of their lives.

Recently, Dr. Kent Hovind was sentenced for not paying taxes. He was also sentenced to 10 years in jail. His question still remains, what law requires him to pay taxes? No one seems able to answer that question.

Two different cases, two similar sentences. Who is considered the worse or more dangerous of the two? Kent Hovind. Tell me, does this seem appropriate? Is not paying taxes more destructive and dangerous to the human race than raping a little girl along with 20 other males? How many of those men might repeat this offense down the line?