Ronald Weinland was found guilty on five counts of federal tax evasion today, June 13th 2012. Ronald Weinland is now a convicted felon. He was put under home detention and fitted with his very own electronic monitoring device.
He is scheduled to be sentenced on September 24th of this year. I hope Ronald Weinland gets what he deserves. From what I have read in the past, it is most likely that he will be required to pay his taxes and a penalty. He is also liable to more than one year in a federal prison.
How ironic after all the damage Ronald has caused, he is convicted of tax evasion just like Al Capone, who was slippery enough to escape the grasp of law enforcement.
Everything that is available to know about Ronald Weinland and his church, trial, and sentencing, is available at the Ronald Weinland Information site.
Personally, I hope Ronald Weinland gets five years. If he skips bail, he will get much more. He has ruined a lot of lives. He deserves more prison time than he is going to get. I hope Judge Danny Reeves makes an example of Ronald Weinland as a warning to future would-be tax evaders.