Pastor Artur Pawlowski was recently sentenced to probation, community service, and fined. The orders list is this: 18 months probation with conditions with his brother Dawid Pawlowski, and also Chris Scott was sentenced 18 months in probation for opening up a Church exercising his religious values. The Pastor was fined a $20,000 fine along side with $15,000 in costs, to be jointly shared with his brother Dawid, for violating the Rooke order. He previously was sentenced to: three days in jail (already served), $3,000 in fines plus $4,000 in costs for violating the Gates order. Chris Scott was sentenced to 18 months probation, more than $10,000 in costs and near $20,000 in fines, on top of the three days he too had served on the order. Dawid Pawlowski was sentenced to: $10,000 in fines for violating the Rooke order; shared costs with Artur and plus the probation.
Justice Germain the judge who ruled and sentenced the Pastor, his brother and Chris Scott ordered these three men by a script he gave them that forced them to express only the Government’s Alberta Health Services views on the pandemic, vaccination, masks, social distancing.
Pastor Pawlowski interviewed by Rebel Media said “I am never going to obey those orders never, there’s no way, because for me to lie to people to open my mouth with a lie it goes against the reason I’m alive.” Pastor Pawlowski stated later that he would appeal the courts order which he said is like going to jail but them trying to show him that they were merciful not making him go to jail in another statement.
The Judge said that the Pastor’s speech against the Government in the United States was problematic and thus forth he couldn’t go out of Alberta. The Pastor had an interview on Fox News an America Mega news channel with the biggest cable news in the most powerful country in the world. The Pastor also had went to the U.S and made multiple speech’s about his rights as a Pastor and human being.
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