“I hereby announce that the appeal on the conviction for the words of Pastor Paweł Chojecki was drawn up, printed, and signed,” wrote pastor Chojecki’s defense lawyer, Andrzej Turczyn, on Twitter. “Today it will be sent. I cannot agree with the judgment of the District Court in Lublin in any way,” the lawyer added. What’s next? About this more tomorrow on Against the Tide TV.

June 10, the District Court in Lublin issued a judgment in the case of Pastor Paweł Chojecki, editor-in-chief of Against the Tide TV, who has been tried for, inter alia, insulting the religious feelings of Catholics and insulting President Andrzej Duda. The pastor was sentenced to eight months of restriction of freedom in the form of 20 hours per month of community work and reimbursement of the costs of the trial – more than $20,000.

Today, Andrzej Turczyn filed an appeal against the verdict in the Court of Appeal in Lublin:


Also, Adam Wróblewski, a Cracow-based legal adviser, filed an appeal against the verdict yesterday:


SEE the video about the life of pastor Paweł Chojecki: