Hemant Mehta posted an article yesterday updating a story involving a couple that was found guilty of criminal conduct in the death of their child. The discussion prompted me to post this stand-alone page for reference and possible future consideration.
Here’s the link to Hemant’s post:
Proposition #58 in my challenge to Kent Hovind is based on the credible report that Kent Hovind, as a result of his neglect, was responsible for the disabilities of his son Kent Andrew Hovind.
Kent has yet to confirm or deny the substantive claims regarding how his son came to become disabled.
Was Kent responsible?
I look forward to the matter being resolved as to the facts of the case and Kent’s possible involvement, responsibility for his son’s disabilities.
Proposition #58, one of 61 current propositions in my challenge to Kent Hovind, reads:
Kent Hovind is personally responsible, as a result of neglect, for the disabilities of his son Andrew Hovind.
Kent Hovind: (To Affirm or Deny)
Update July 6, 2016 about 8:15 PM MT
The rumor has been that Andrew and Danielle may not be getting along all that well, and their FaceBook posting habits recently appear to be consistent with speculation regarding that possibility. Was their marriage arranged by Kent and now not doing so well? Might they, like Kent and Jo, though for much different reasons, be effectively living apart without legally separating? The Hovinds have shown themselves to be pretty good at keeping secrets, so the speculation continues, and Kent’s Lady Di’s (aka Diane Hummel) middle of the night inquiry fuels that speculation.
July 7, 2016 – Andrew has been located; as if that was really the issue!
It’s starting to look like Kent and Danielle and Andrew and Eric already had the deal made before the paper work started to be filed.
It may reflect another successful attempt by Kent (and Eric) to keep the opposition quiet.
Maybe we will hear more about what is going on.
Due to the secrecy that so often surrounds the Hovind activities, it’s hard to tell what is going on. Maybe it is all just routine stuff for divorces with children in Florida.
UPDATE October 7, 2016
See story at the following link for additional insight into the continuing issue regarding parents who neglect their children in favor or religious wishful thinking:
UPDATE November 30, 2016
Has Kent advised us as to what his punishment should be as a result of his apparent neglect of his son Andrew?