You may remember the Canadian Pastor who chased the police out of his Church when they tried to interrupt a church service during Holy Week. He’s back in the news.
Artur Pawlowski went viral when he called the police enforcement the ‘Gestapo’ for descending on a Church service. This was not the first brush he had with the law… his city had previously been giving him legal grief over giving free food to the homeless.
From an earlier article we ran about his story…
In 2005, Pawlowski was receiving fines for preaching outside of Calgary City Hall and feeding the homeless through the charity he founded. His alleged offenses included reading the Bible aloud, using a megaphone, and stretching an extension cord across a city sidewalk.
Police eventually waited until he had left a Sunday service, followed him onto the highway, and arrested him right there on the road. We covered some of the developments of that story.
Not surprisingly, his story quickly attracted attention in the US, where that story generated enough interest that he was invited to speak publicly at a number of venues, including one in Portland that attracted the attention of Antifa agitators.
When he returned to the city of Calgary, he was met by police while he was still on the tarmac.
Here is footage of his arrest:
If case any of our readers needs a memory jog, here is an recap of our previous stories about Pastor Pawlowski…
At the time Pastor Pawlowski was taken into custody, no word was given to his waiting family members about why he was being arrested, the nature of his charges, or even where he was being taken.
As far as we can tell, the public still doesn’t know.
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