Update: the following video should clarify that he did not win the court case:
He explains his points more fully. I have edited the post below. He claims that the judge said that they do not have the material evidence he requested (documents showing that the virus was isolated). He claims that is in the transcripts along with other points, not just that they don’t have to provide that evidence.
I regret posting the original video below except that the details of what he is saying are of interest and I hope they are validated by the transcripts he is obtaining. He says he is not responsible for the distorted headlines and information presented by reporters.
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Patrick King claims that Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health was subpoenaed to present evidence that the SARS-COV2 virus had been isolated but they had been unable to present this evidence.
I don’t know whether or not this court case relates to the announced end of restrictions in Alberta:
Last week, Alberta’s chief medical officer of health Dr. Deena Hinshaw announced the province plans to phase out COVID-19 rules by Aug. 16 in order to prepare the health-care response for the flu and other communicable diseases in the fall.