Of the possible 288 years in prison Hovind faced for 58 counts of federal tax evasion, it looks like he'll only end up serving 10.
This is even more of a shame considering that, in the article, Hovind admits to not having learned a thing from all this, nor has he acted like an adult and admitted his errors.
Instead, he says "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."
In other words, "Why should I pay? I've already done the con work. Now people will pay for me!"
Anyone care to take bets on how long after he gets out it will take for him to be charged again with tax evasion and/or failing to obtain building permits?