This post is supplemented by a timeline that is posted separately.
The stage for Hovind's release was set back in March at his trial on charges that could have kept him in federal prison much longer. We return now to the final hours of that trial.
Tiffany Hope Eggers revisited the Paul Hansen letter to “Bob” on August 31, 2011 demanding rent of $100/day in US currency, also payable in gold, to Creation Evangelism Ministry.
She continued with the chronology. She was just getting started...
On April 15, 2013, Hansen and Stoll filed a “Claim of Lien Affidavit of Obligation” with Escambia County, but it was returned due to insufficient filing fees.
May 22, 2013, Kent Hovind mailed four lis pendens to his son-in-law, Paul Dublin for him to submit. On the same day, Hansen and Stoll sent the “Claim of Lien Affidavit of Obligation” to a Miami title attorney handling the closing—it was identical to the April 15 document that had been returned by the Clerk in Escambia County.
Tiffany Hope Eggers revisited Kent Hovind’s email to Eric Hovind on July 13, 2013. It read to the effect of: Property is off the tax rolls, Eric has first priority with a down payment, CSE has liens on it and Hovind has lis pendens.
A couple days later, Kent Hovind sent a polite snail mail to Jaworski to “overturn this travesty of justice” and keep him updated “as a good neighbor should.”
Jonathan, ever the investigative reporter, believes that there is more to this story. The involvement of the lone juror with the Escambia County Militia connecting him to other militia members who were involved with Hovind has him seeking the story behind the story behind the story. I don't quite grasp his train of thought, but it seems like black helicopters may be involved.