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.
Rebel News has been covering Pastor Artur's story from the very beginning, including when, in July 2022, the Alberta Court of Appeal ruled that an injunction, arrest, jail time, censorship order and fines against him were illegal.
In October 2022, a judge in Calgary found Pastor Artur Pawlowski not guilty of charges stemming from an incident at a local Shoppers Drug Mart in 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.
In May 2023, however, Pastor Artur was found guilty of three charges linked to a sermon he delivered to protesters at the Coutts border blockade in February 2022.
“We have to keep fighting, we must do it peacefully, we must use every legal means that we have at our disposal,” told Ezra Levant following the decision.
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