Polish-Canadian pastor Artur Pawlowski, who found himself in jail for 51 days for preaching at a Freedom Truck Convoy protest taking place at the Alberta-Montana border, alleges that he was mistreated while in prison.
A Calgary judge has just found Pastor Artur Pawlowski, his brother David and Christopher Scott who owns Whistle Stop Cafe, guilty of contempt of court charges.
Earlier in April, five police officers and one health official showed up at a Church in Calgary, Alberta, Canada on Good Friday for a COVID lockdown inspection but were driven out by its pastor, Artur Pawlowski, who was from Poland and has lived through communism. Well, the police returned again this past Sunday with more officers, you can’t have too many armed officers when dealing with an unarmed pastor, and a health inspector claiming she had a warrant.
When a senior bureaucrat in the Canadian city of Calgary stated that the city may implement a hard lockdown of all businesses for 28 days, that bureaucrats don’t consider essential, the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms immediately sent a letter to the city stating it would challenge such a lockdown in court, if implemented.
Caught up in the flavour of the day, Calgary’s city council, a Canadian city, is apparently on the verge of defunding its police. Of course, they are playing games with the wording, but it amounts to the same thing. One city councillor who disagrees with the move says they are doing it to “appease extremists.”