And her latest work are two books titled “The Events of January 6, 2021: What Impact the Second Amendment Movement?” &
The policy and legal environment for the Second Amendment has never been more challenging, especially in New York. For the individual, one wrong purchase or conversion or failure to register could result in felony charges. For the Federal Firearms Licensee manufacturer, importer/exporter, dealer, or gunsmith, business operations are at risk on a daily basis.
Paloma is an attorney and policy analyst who helps clients navigate federal and state compliance of firearms issues, from individual handgun licenses to commercial operations. Paloma’s work helps clients navigate requirements that could otherwise inhibit the exercise of our fundamental freedom to keep and bear arms.
Paloma also represents selected clients as plaintiffs in civil rights litigation, focused on the Second Amendment, as well as in its relationship to the Free Speech Clause, the Free Exercise of Religion Clause, the Due Process Clause, the Equal Protection Clause, privacy, property, and more. Through these cases, individuals become a force to push back against the unconstitutional restrictions so politically en vogue since 2013.
Whether you are looking for an attorney to represent you, to write for your publication, or to speak at your event, please be welcomed to contact Paloma.
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Our guest today is Paloma A. Capanna. Paloma has been speaking and writing about the Second Amendment as the modern civil rights movement for nearly fifteen years.
In more than 25-years in state and federal courtrooms, Paloma has represented plaintiffs in ground-breaking civil rights litigation. An award-winning activist and writer, Paloma chases truth until it’s treed.
And her latest work is a book titled “The Events of January 6, 2021: What Impact the Second Amendment Movement?”.
1) When we had you on back in August we broke down a lot of the details that seem to lead to a reasonable conclusion that people who have been arrested in the January 6th events were targeted simply because of specific clothing they were wearing that day and that there were FBI Agents among the crowd who were actually ramping up the people and egging people on to enter the building. Do I have that correct?
2) This many months later, the top three bullets are:
2a) Order of DC District Court Judge Royce Lamberth on 10/13/2021 in the case of Christopher Worrell, which found DC Warden and Director of Prisons in contempt for failing to turn over prisoner medical records to the court on time AND which directed the US AG to launch an investigation into the conditions of all defendants incarcerated pending trial relative to the events of January 6.
The call to action here is to call the Assistant AG in charge of civil rights, Kristen Clarke [(202) 514-3847], to ask for a “thorough and unbiased investigation” into the prison conditions in accordance with Judge Lamberth’s Order.
2b) Arrest of defendant Jeremy Michael Brown on 9/26. DOJ is calling him a “self-identified Oath Keeper” (no evidence he was a member, including his position that he was not). He says that the FBI tried to recruit him in December 2020 to be a “confidential informant.” He got interested in the Oath Keepers after the November election and was at the December MAGA rally in WDC. He drove up from FL to the January 6 events with one of the four defendants who are alleged to be “Oath Keepers” who already took a plea, including a term to be “confidential informants” of the government. That person in his car reported Brown to the FBI. On January 6, while Brown was on the Capitol lawn, Brown’s FBI handler called him wanting to know exactly where he was. It’s another “Fast & Furious.” Where are the assets? What’s going on? Brown isn’t the only one saying his FBI handler was calling him on January 6. Second-in-command of the Proud Boys has already been complaining of the same thing.
2c) Records of Ashli Babbitt starting to come through to Judicial Watch and to me basis Freedom of Information requests. I now have a time line of the shooting, and the procession of her body for that week. What DC Metro also released was their interview notes with US Capitol Police officers the night of January 6. If you read my blog “15:15,” you learned what I learned: there were 15 armed USCP officers in that hallway + 3 unidentified uniformed officers in front of and then next to the group of 10 citizens + 3 riot USCP officers closing in immediately behind them up the stairwell, just steps away. It is fair to say we are lucky that the entire group wasn’t gunned down where they stood, unarmed, and making absolutely zero retaliation against any LEO in their vicinity. Talk about chilling information for anyone who is an activist at the Capitol.