Sentencing arguments delayed for Alberta men found guilty of flouting COVID-19 restrictions - 2021-07-27

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F0.png Sentencing arguments delayed for Alberta men found guilty of flouting COVID-19 restrictions July 27, 2021, Bill Graveland, Canadian Press, Global News

Sentencing arguments for an Alberta pastor and his brother found guilty of contempt after deliberately violating COVID-19 health orders have been put over until September.

Artur Pawlowski and his brother Dawid Pawlowski were arrested in May and accused of organizing an illegal gathering as well as promoting and attending an illegal gathering.

The arrests came after court orders were granted allowing Alberta Health Services and police to arrest and charge anyone who advertised gatherings that would breach health restrictions.

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{{cite news | first = Bill | last = Graveland | title = Sentencing arguments delayed for Alberta men found guilty of flouting COVID-19 restrictions | url = https://globalnews.ca/news/8064095/alberta-men-covid-19-rules-sentencing-delayed/ | work = Canadian Press | publisher = Global News | date = July 27, 2021 | accessdate = August 15, 2021 }}