A U.S. Army reservist charged with participating in the Capitol Riots was a well-known white supremacist who wore a Hitler mustache, according to co-workers.

Timothy Hale-Cusanelli, 30, of Colts Neck, New Jersey, is accused of breaching the Capitol building on Jan. 6. Prosecutors say he could pose a danger to the public if released. 

He has been charged with seven criminal counts, including obstructing congressional proceedings, civil disorder and disorderly conduct.

Hale-Cusanelli worked as a security guard on a Navy base. He’s since been discharged and barred from the premises, but the people that worked with him said his Nazi sympathies were no secret.

Hale-Cusanelli reportedly told one seaman, “he would kill all the Jews and eat them for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and he wouldn’t need to season them because the salt from their tears would make it flavorful enough.”

According to the court filing, a Navy officer alleged Hale-Cusanelli had said, "Hitler should have finished the job."

Others said Hale-Cusanelli insulted women, Black people and other minority groups. 

His phone proved to be a treasure trove for prosecutors, containing photos of him bearing a Hitler mustache along with Nazi cartoons. Videos taken by Hale-Cusanelli, some of which were posted on social media, documented his participation in the riot.

He appears screaming at the Capitol Police, climbing into the Capitol building through broken doors and chanting, “Stop the steal!”

Hale-Cusanelli’s attorney Jonathan Zucker said there was no evidence his client was a member of any white supremacist groups. 

The Washington Post cited Army Reserve records that showed Hale-Cusanelli had won "four awards for achievement and service in seven years."