An Air Force captain discovered he was banned from Naval Post Graduate School in Monterey, California, due to pending charges against him from a previous encounter with a cop who had tried to arrest him for entering his own home.
The charges — resisting arrest and obstructing an officer — have infuriated Captain Nicolas Aquino, a first-generation immigrant whose parents came to the United States from Paraguay as political exiles.
If you don’t remember John Cinque, he’s the Connecticut gun activist and Navy veteran who is credited as starting the non compliance movement in regards to Connecticut’s new registration laws.
In a video released last year (at the bottom of this article), Cinque delivered testimony to state lawmakers saying that he would not comply with any gun registration requirements. Cinque’s video went viral when it was first release and is making a second viral lap around the web in recent weeks as the situation in Connecticut continues to develop.
In a new video, Cinque is shown talking to Republican gubernatorial candidate Joe Visconti. While talking to Viconti, Cinque reveals that he has faced threats over this stance and comments.