Timothy Hale-Cusanelli Wiki
Timothy Hale-Cusanelli Biography
Timothy Hale-Cusanelli, who served as a U.S. Army Reservist, is a well-known white supremacist and Nazi sympathizer. Authorities interviewed 44 colleagues of Cusanelli, 34 of whom have claimed that he had “extremist or radical views on the Jewish people, minorities and women,” the court documents reveal. Images released by the Justice Department also show him sporting a distinctive Hilter mustache.
Cusanelli, 30, was reportedly employed as a security contractor at a naval base. The New Jersey resident worked as a security contractor at Naval Weapons Station Earle. The Pentagon said he had been a reservist since 2009. He had top secret-level security clearance and is said to have been at the naval base on January 6, the day of the Capitol riots.
Several of his colleagues have alleged that he often made disparaging comments about blacks, women, and other minorities. A Navy sailor claims Cusanelli told him: “He would kill all the Jews and eat them for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and he would not need to season them because the salt from his tears would make it tasty enough.”
Timothy Hale-Cusanelli Age
Timothy Hale-Cusanelli is 30 years old.
Arrested – accused
Meanwhile, the summary of the reports says that the defendant “constantly talked about the Jews and recalled that the defendant said ‘Hitler should have finished the job.’ At the time of his arrest on January 15, prosecutors described him as a “white supremacist” and a “Nazi sympathizer.” During the presentation on Friday, March 12, they further argued that he is a “danger” to the public and that he should remain in prison until his trial.
“Since the defendant’s desire for civil war makes him a danger to the community, this Court can and should consider the defendant’s ideology in the context of his dangerousness,” the prosecutors’ statement read.
Cusanelli’s attorney, Jonathan Zucker, reportedly argued that there was no evidence to show that his client was part of the white supremacist organization. Furthermore, he argued that his client “had not been accused” of committing any violence in the Capitol riots. He said Cusanelli did not join any government group and is accused “of little more than entering the building and verbally harassing a Capitol police officer who pepper-sprayed the crowd.”
Reports suggest that Cusanelli has been discharged from his services in the Army Reserve and excluded from the naval base.
Federal prosecutors in Washington said Cusanelli’s colleagues told investigators that he often spoke of his “hatred of Jews.” However, the court record establishes that “the defendant’s affinity for Hitler and the Nazi party went far beyond facial hair.” Images received from his phone show him posing for the camera with pro-Nazi cartoons.