Nazi sympathizer gets prison sentence on January 6th

This deutschbag will take its time.

A former New Jersey Army reservist and Nazi sympathizer known for dressing up like Hitler was sentenced Thursday to four years in prison for his role in the Jan. 6 riots.

Would-be leader Timothy Hale-Cusanelli, 32, of Colts Neck – described in court documents as a “confessed white supremacist” – was handed a harsh sentence by US District Judge Trevor McFadden after a conviction in May.

McFadden said Thursday that Hale-Cusanelli’s claim that he was unaware that Congress was meeting at the US Capitol he stormed in January 2021 was a “ridiculous lie,” according to NBC News.

Hale-Cusanelli – who was captured in photos with a Hitler-style mustache and hairstyle – “absolutely knew” the House of Representatives was meeting in the building, the judge said, adding he had told his roommate.

An image of Timothy Hale-Cusanelli.

Former New Jersey Army reservist and Nazi sympathizer Timothy Hale-Cusanelli was sentenced to four years in prison for taking part in the January 6 riot.


A picture of Timothy Hale-Cusanelli in the US capital.

Hale-Cusanelli was caught on a security camera storming the US Capitol on January 6th.


Hale-Cusanelli had a “enthusiasm for the Civil War” and a “well-documented history of violent rhetoric,” federal prosecutors said in a sentencing note. They pleaded for a substantial prison sentence due to his background and false testimony on the witness stand.

Before his sentencing, Hale-Cusanelli – who was booted out of the military in October – told the court his time in solitary confinement had changed him.

An image of Timothy Hale-Cusanelli.

The 32-year-old is known for dressing up like Adolf Hitler.


A picture of Timothy Hale-Cusanelli at a rally before the US Capitol storm.

Hale-Cusanelli was spotted in a crowd for a Trump rally before the Capitol riot.

An image of Timothy Hale-Cusanelli.

Federal prosecutors said Hale-Cusanelli had a “enthusiasm for the Civil War” and a “well-documented history of violent rhetoric.”


“I fell out of favor with my uniform and the country,” he said, vowing that the judge “would never see my face in court again after that.”

Prior to his arrest in January 2021, Hale-Cusanelli worked as a civilian security officer at Naval Weapons Station Earle, where he had “secret” security clearance and access to a variety of ammunition, according to a U.S. District Court affidavit.

https://nypost.com/2022/09/22/nazi-sympathizer-gets-prison-time-in-jan-6-case/ Nazi sympathizer gets prison sentence on January 6th

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