The CBC reports:
A COVID-19 denier who accused the B.C. government of kidnapping him and committing terrorism when he was arrested for breaking federal quarantine laws has had his lawsuit tossed out. Mak Parhar is a vocal member of both the Flat Earth conspiracy community and the anti-mask movement.
Parhar was arrested in November 2020 for repeatedly breaking mandatory quarantine after returning from a Flat Earth conference in the U.S. — violations he bragged about during a rally in front of the Vancouver Art Gallery.
During a hearing earlier this month, Parhar was joined by Christopher James Pritchard, an Ontario man who claims the only valid law comes from God in the form of the 10 commandments.
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COVID-19 denier Mak Parhar tried to sue BC officials for “trespass” when he was arrested for repeatedly breaking quarantine after returning from a Flat Earth conference in the U.S.
His claim was filled with Sovereign Citizen-style pseudolegal language.https://t.co/eRhTUW3tKc
— Bethany Lindsay (@bethanylindsay) April 20, 2021