Sources identified the suspect in a deadly congressional attack as 25-year-old Noah Green, from Indiana, with ties to Virginia and the Islamic State.
Allegedly, Green rammed his car into two policemen near the north barricade of the Capitol, where members of Congress and their assistants were commuting.
The attack killed William Billy Evans, a US Capitol Police officer, and wounded another police officer, who was still receiving treatment in the hospital on Friday night and was in stable condition.
The death of the CAPITOL police officer was a scar that occurred after driving the car into an obstacle; suspicious
Green seems to have no criminal record.
The source told Fox News that this appeared to be a “lone wolf” attack. The suspect identified himself as an Islamic country on Facebook and may have recently lost his job.
The social media giant has deleted Facebook profiles that fit the description-but Fox News reviewed many posts and pictures before that.
Facebook said it was cooperating with law enforcement and deleted the personal data in accordance with its “Dangerous Individuals and Organizations” policy.
The page contains photos and videos of the Islamic State rally, and the creature refers to Green as a “follower of Farahan.”
The most recent profile photo appears to be similar to the production and cropping of a news camera video, showing the suspect being loaded into an ambulance.
The most recent post is a YouTube video about the 2009 Louis Farrakhan speech, titled “Michael Jackson Crucified.” The leaders of Islamic countries said that Jesus was not the Messiah and called Christian theology a lie.
In an article published on March 17, Green complained about unemployment and hard times during the pandemic, and stated that his religious beliefs allowed him to move on.
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He also praised the frank anti-Semitic Farrakhan as “Jesus”, while former NOI leader Elijah Muhammad called him the “Noble Christ.”
He wrote: “My belief is one of the few things that allowed me to spend this time. My belief is centered on the belief of Prime Minister Louis Falken that Jesus, the Messiah is the last among us. Holy reminder.”. “I think he is my spiritual father.”
Other recent posts include a video of Farrakhan’s speech and a photo of a certificate, thanking him for donating $1,085 to the Nation of Islam.
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Green is a leader in high school football. He played for Christopher Newport University in Virginia. His student-athlete profile said that the person he most wanted to meet was MalcomX.
Some relatives and former teammates did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
A former teammate who asked to remain anonymous described Green as “calm”, quiet, and “close teammate and friend.”
He said: “I personally didn’t see this coming.” He pointed out that he hadn’t talked to Green for about a year.
“While he is my teammate, he is still a good person.” He told Fox News in a text message. “He stayed in the weight room, stayed in his script, communicated very well, he was a trustworthy person for me.”
He expressed condolences to the families of the victims.
He said: “They are in my thoughts and prayers.”
Green’s former CNU coach was asked not to speak to the media. A school spokesperson confirmed that he had been a student.
The spokesperson said: “Mr. Green is a 2019 graduate of Christopher Newport University with a degree in finance.” “Mr. Green played for the Christopher Newport football team in the fall of 2017 and 2018.”
In a post on March 17th, Green urged his friends to use Farrakhan’s past actions as a source of inspiration.
He wrote: “According to the records in the Bible, you can distinguish a tree by its fruit.” He wrote in the letter: “Brother Noah X.”
Bill Mears, Paul Best and Houston Keene of Fox News contributed to this report.