At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Pastor Artur Pawlowski was feeding the homeless downtown Calgary when over half a dozen police officers surrounded him and issued a $1,200 fine for allegedly breaking lockdown rules.
Since then, Pastor Artur's top-notch lawyer has been fighting like a lioness for him.
On July 22, 2022, the Alberta Court of Appeal ruled that the injunction against him, his arrest, his jail time, the censorship order, and fines against him were illegal.
Additionally, on October 11, 2022, a judge in Calgary found Pastor Artur Pawlowski not guilty of charges stemming from an incident at a Calgary-area Shoppers Drug Mart in December 2021, where he was accused of trespassing and disturbing the peace while trying to pick up his mail from the post office inside the store.
These are the latest legal victories for Pastor Artur, who continues to fight numerous charges relating to COVID restrictions.
Please help fund the pastor's ongoing legal defence against these egregious fines by donating on this page.
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