The 31-year-old was shot by the U.S. military. The far-right, who had already appeared at work several times with a Hitler mustache, was at first an irretrievable: he was the first player to be fired for his involvement in the Capitol storm in January. Those statements Washington Post.
Timothy Hale-Kusanelli, 31, is a part-time sergeant in the U.S. Army. In May, he was demoted to the lowest-ranking soldier in the army and fired a month after serving 12 years in the army.
On January 6, he was part of the wrath of Trump supporters who entered the Capitol in Washington to block the election of Joe Biden as the new president of the United States. Federal officials suspect he entered the Capitol illegally and carried out the attack using hand and hand gestures and assaulted police officers.
During the interrogation of the person, police questioned 44 colleagues and said they had painted a picture of “a man with serious or extremist views on Jews, minorities and women.” For example, he came to work several times with a Hitler mustache.
Hale-Cusanelli was the first person to be expelled from the army after Hurricane Capital. According to his lawyer, the dismissal was “illegal” because his client had not yet been officially charged. He further added that Hale-Kusanelli would challenge his resignation. The military has refused to respond. It is learned that five more players will be charged in the case Washington Post.