Friday, 16 April, 2021

Capitol locked down, armed suspect in custody

This undated selfie image from his Facebook page shows Noah Green a suspect in the US Capitol attack that occurred Noah Green US Capitol Attacker Reportedly Made Posts About Satan Gov't'Mind Control
Cary Erickson | 03 April, 2021, 18:54

The suspect also ostensibly thanked Farrakhan for saving him "after the awful afflictions" he "suffered presumably by the CIA and Federal Bureau of Investigation, government agencies of the United States of America". It was around that time that Brendan said he flew out to see his brother and realized his "mind didn't seem right."More recently, his brother said, Green up and moved to Botswana and suggested he had tried to take his own life by jumping in front of a vehicle".

The Washington Post (WaPo) cited the suspect's brother Brendan as saying that the night before the incident, the 25-year-old was "violently ill". The suspect did start lunging toward US Capitol Police officers at which time US Capitol Police officers fired upon the suspect.

"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. The Capitol Police later stated that the officer who died was 18-year veteran William Evans.

Green, a 2019 college graduate of Christopher Newport University, wrote several posts on his now-pulled Facebook account detailing his personal struggles amid the COVID-19 pandemic, The New York Times reported.

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Noah Green, 25, who may have been living in Virginia, described himself as a "Follower of Farrakhan" on his Facebook page, in reference to Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.

According to the Capitol's acting police chief, Yogananda Pittman, Noah Green drove a auto into a barricade then emerged from the vehicle with a knife and ran toward two police officers.

Green further made Facebook posts about the "end times" and the anti-Christ, according to The New York Times. The Minister is here to save me and the rest of humanity, even if it means facing death", he wrote on March 17, before ominously ending the post with, "We have a little time."Court records in IN, where he was once listed as living at an Indianapolis address, show that he sought to change his name recently. I am currently now unemployed, after I left my job, partly due to afflictions", the Capitol attacker reportedly posted. Insider's Isobel Hamilton previously reported that five months before the Capitol riots took place in January, Facebook knew it had a problem with hateful groups.