Pastor Artur Pawlowski was arrested on Feb 7, 2022 at a peaceful protest at Coutts Border Crossing in Alberta, and charged with mischief over $5,000, and interrupting the operation of essential infrastructure under Alberta's Critical Infrastructure Defence Act. He was held for over 30 days in solitary confinement. Artur explained in an interview with Laura-Lynn Thompson: “I would prefer to be punched in the face than to be kept in isolation. Isolation does such damage to your mind, to your spirit, to your body that you don’t know what to do. You want to scream, you want to cry, you want to yell…”

Pastor Pawlowski was stripped naked multiple times and put inside a metal box with no room to move. He passed out from the heat inside the box, and then he was placed in an extremely cold concrete cell where he lay shivering for hours. Guards incited prisoners to beat him by leaving his cell door open at night. 

“Here is the miracle that happened in prison,” he described the daily vigil conducted by his family outside the prison walls who prayed for him. “Those boys are alone, no one cares for them.” 

He spent his free time praying and encouraging the prisoners. Many came to see him and he started a Bible Study and a church service in the prison. By the time he was released, his entire unit was participating in the Bible Study, with even Muslims, bank robbers and murderers attending. One of the prisoners thanked him saying, “You have restored my faith in humanity.” There is always good news, if you believe in good news; there is always a silver lining to every dark cloud: “Happy are they who are persecuted for righteousness’ sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Happy are you when men shall revile you and persecute you and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely. Rejoice and be exceedingly glad, for great is your reward in heaven.”

On Friday, July 22, 2022, Alberta's Court of Appeals ruled that the injunction was “not sufficiently clear and unambiguous,” meaning the Pawlowski's contempt of it must be “set aside.” The panel also ordered that the fines the Pawlowskis paid be reimbursed, and that the Pawlowskis' costs, set at $15,733.50, be paid by Alberta Health Services to the brothers. They added that because the contempt findings were dismissed, “the sanction order must also fall,” referring to the punishments the Pawlowskis faced as a result of their alleged contempt. Another win for the Freedom Team.

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Dr Mel Bruchet Wrongfully Confined in Psych Ward
In late December of 2021, a retired North Vancouver physician, Dr Mel Bruchet began speaking out publicly concerning the sudden rash of infant deaths at Vancouver Children’s Hospital, and committing the unforgivable sin of tying these deaths to mRNA injections, taken by the babies’ pregnant mothers. 

His activism led to a series of rallies in front of the RCMP station, adjacent to Lion’s Gate Hospital. Confrontations with police escalated to his dramatic arrest at his home witnessed by Dr Hoffe and Dr Nagase. Eight police officers in two squad cars were dispatched to apprehend an 80 year-old man.

Dr Mel was taken in handcuffs to the misnamed Hope Psychiatric Center where he was drugged and denied basic rights such as telephone calls and visitors. He was given anti-psychotic medications which are not prescribed to elderly people because it gives them strokes and heart attacks, and unsurprisingly, he had two mini-strokes. He was put through mental health kangaroo courts accusing him of thought-crimes about the Covid vaccines that the institutional quacks labeled as “delusions,” evidence of his “dementia or psychosis.”

After many failed attempts by supporters, friends and fellow activists to have Dr Mel released, he was luckily given a day pass, and he escaped. Dr Mel was forced to go into hiding for weeks because the RCMP put a warrant out for his arrest. This is the New Normal. If they can do it to him, they can do it to any of us.


Chris and his wife had all charges dismissed July 8, 2022 Sky and his wife, Jenny, arrested at West Edmonton Mall, Nov. 18, 2021 for not wearing masks. 

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Dan Dicks Wins in Court
On Friday September 10th 2021 Dan Dicks called the Pacific Gateway Hotel in Richmond to ask if it was now a current quarantine facility to which the reply was “no comment”…after visiting the hotel and speaking with the manager Dan was also given no answer and was asked to wait for the right person to come. Not long after, the police arrived and Dan and his wife  were subsequently detained and fined $1000 each for “breaching a quarantine facility.” Dan won his day in court July, 2022.

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Pat King Released July 18, 2022 after 150 days in jail with excessive bail restrictions: The judge said King will have to leave Ottawa within 24 hours and also live under a curfew of 10 p.m. to 6 a.m., and he is not allowed to have any involvement in Freedom Convoy activity.  He is also banned from social media and forbidden from contacting other convoy organizers including Chris Barber, Benjamin Dichter, Tamara Lich and Tom Marazzo unless in the presence of counsel.