Canadian Pastor, Artur Pawlowski, Exonerated After Multiple Arrests and Fines

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On Friday, the Canadian Court of Appeals found the 2-year persecution of Canadian pastor Artur Pawlowski illegal. Ezra Levant, the publisher of Rebel News, labeled it “The biggest news story of 2022” on Friday.

Pawlowski was targeted by Canadian authorities when he and his congregation at the Cave of Adullam continued to meet for church services during the COVID-19 pandemic.

However, the pastor believed it was his and his congregation’s constitutional right to hold church services. Therefore, he defied the mandates to close his church. Authorities raided his church and arrested and jailed the pastor on multiple occasions.

Rebel News reported his arrest and provided a way for individuals to help and support the pastor as fines accumulated.

“The Alberta Court of Appeals just destroyed Jason Kenny’s 2-year persecution of Pastor Artur Pawlowski. They ruled that the injunction against him, his arrest, his jail time, the censorship order, and fines against him were illegal.”

The announcement by Ezra Levant, Rebel News publisher, noted that this judicial win sets a precedent in Alberta and a persuasive course across Canada.

According to the ruling, all of the near $16,000 in fines a chamber judge ruled that Pawlowski was to pay to the Alberta Health Services (AHS) was rescinded. The AHS must pay back the funds, The pastor’s jail time, the fines, the censorship, and everything he endured was illegal activity.

Levant also noted that the pastor’s victory would help thousands of other Canadians break free from the brutal and often unconstitutional enforcement of lockdowns.

Pawlowski said the ruling was good for all Canadians, not just for himself.

“If I would fall, if my brother would fall, if Chris Scott would fall, you’re next, and that’s a scary, scary notion.”

Chris Scott is a café owner who took a stand against mandated restrictions in Edmonton during 2021 lockdowns and ended up jailed.

You can watch the entire Rebel News interview below.