Facebook admitted on Friday that the suspect’s account was suspended during the fatal U.S. Capitol incident. The news media reported that he is an Islamic believer country. He recently lost his job and believes that the government is conducting psychological control experiments on him.
“Under our Dangerous Individuals and Organizations policy, we have designated the incident as an incident, which means that we have deleted the suspect’s account from Facebook and Instagram, and deleted any praise, support or representation of the attacker or suspect. Content,” Facebook said in a statement. Declare to NBC.
Facebook regularly closes the pages of suspects in terrorist attacks and high-profile fatal incidents, but usually before the media can find them.
Facebook did not respond to comment.
The police said that Noah Green, 25, attacked two officers in the U.S. Capitol after 1 p.m. Friday, killing one person.
Green got out of the car, brandished a knife, rushed towards the officer, and was fatally hit. Thirty minutes after the attack, Congressman William Evans (William Evans) died in the hospital.
Green’s Facebook page was deleted by The Post and then torn down. It contained a letter about the leader of the Islamic State, Louis Farrakhan, and was unemployed after graduating from university.
According to CNN, in an Instagram story posted hours before the attack, Green attributed Green’s culprit to the US government and wrote that he believed that federal law enforcement agencies were trying to conduct psychological control experiments on him.
The Post cannot review these stories until Green’s account is deleted.