Friday, 16 April, 2021

Capitol Hill Suspect Described Himself as a 'Follower of Farrakhan'

Man killed in capitol attack born in West Virginia, played sports at Glenville State Facebook admits to pulling Noah Green’s accounts after fatal Capitol incident
Cecil Davis | 03 April, 2021, 21:20

Officer Billy Evans, an 18-year veteran of the Capitol Police force, died from injuries in suffered in the collision.

Shortly before the U.S. Capitol attack, Green posted stories on Instagram, including links to Instagram videos of Nation of Islam leader Minister Louis Farrakhan speaking, CNN reported. "Suspect is now dead." .

Shortly after a man rammed his auto into a police officers and lunged at police with a knife, causing a major security ruckus in front of the U.S. Capitol, New York Congresswoman Ilhan Omar took to social media to cluck about how much worse it would have been if the man had had a gun. Green was killed when he got out of his vehicle and lunged at officers with a knife.

Metropolitan Police Chief Robert Contee stated that they are working closely with Capitol Police, and that the Homicide, and Internal Affairs Division are taking over the investigation. According to Contee, the attack "does not appear to be terrorism related", and that no specific member of congress was targeted. Green's brother, Brendan Green, told The Washington Post Noah had recently lived in Botswana for a brief period but moved into his Virginia apartment two weeks ago after calling him crying and saying he needed help.

Green, who played football at Christopher Newport University, came to believe his teammates had drugged him with Xanax in 2019, which one former teammate told The Post was widely believed to be untrue. Green was shot and later died in the hospital, Pittman said during a news briefing.

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Brendan Green said his brother's mental health had been in decline in recent years.

"I have been tested with some of the greatest unimaginable challenges in my life". In his most recent social media posts, Green wrote that he had been faced with "fear, hunger, loss of wealth, and diminution of fruit" in recent months, and was being sustained by faith "centered on the belief of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan as Jesus, the Messiah."He also alluded to more mainstream trappings of young adulthood. I am currently now unemployed, after I left my job, partly due to afflictions".

Green made Facebook posts about the "end times" and the anti-Christ, according to The Times.

"The U.S. Government is the #1 enemy of Black people!"

"We have designated the incident under our Dangerous Individuals and Organization policy, which means we have removed the suspect's accounts from Facebook and Instagram, and are removing any content that praises, supports, or represents the attack or the suspect", Facebook said in a statement to NBC.