Canadian Pastor Who Kicked ‘Nazi’ Cops Out of Church Arrested Again
Artur Pawlowski, the Canadian pastor who gained international media attention over his refusal to comply with draconian pandemic restrictions forcing him to shutter his church, was arrested again Monday.
The preacher, who was arrested in May for holding worship services, was taken into custody once again this week, when he was apprehended and handcuffed by police on the Tarmac of the Calgary International Airport, according to Global News.
Pawlowski’s attorney, Sarah Miller, told the Canadian outlet her client was taken into custody after being charged with contempt of court for an alleged offense stemming from June 5, although she didn’t offer any details about the supposed incident.
Similarly, the duty inspector for the Calgary Police Service confirmed the pastor was arrested but did not have any information about the alleged offense.