Citing law enforcement sources, 25-year-old Noah Green Nominated as suspect for Capitol Hill assault By both NBC and CNN.
Officials said he was unknown to the police, and terrorism did not seem to be the motive.
On Friday, he allegedly pushed his car into a barrier outside the US Capitol, killing one police officer and injuring another. He was then allegedly out of the car with a knife and rushed into the police before being shot.
Green was detained, but died shortly thereafter.
He is understood to be from Indiana, but was originally from Covington, Virginia, and was driving with a Virginia license.
He is a college soccer player and is reportedly playing as a defensive back at Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Virginia.
According to his college biography, Green was one of seven sisters and two brothers.
His dream holiday would be a trip to Jamaica.
He majored in business and said he most wanted to meet Malcolm X.
Hours before the attack, Green posted on Instagram that the US government was the black’s biggest enemy, according to CNN.
He also reportedly claimed that he suffered from multiple invasions, food poisoning, unauthorized manipulation and hospital mind control.
He is reported to have lost his job.
The Associated Press reported that investigators are trying to see if he has a mental health problem.
A Facebook page named Noah Green showed support for Islamic State leader Luis Farakhan, a black separatist group dating back to the 1930s, called the “hate group” by the Southern Poverty Law Group. ..
“I’m on the right track and everything I’ve planned is starting to happen. It takes a long time, a lot of study, and a lot of study to balance while experiencing various symptoms of concern along the way. I needed some exercise, “he signed the message on March 17. “Brother Noah X.”
“But the path was hampered because Allah (God) chose me for other things. Throughout my life, I set goals, achieved them, set higher goals, and They were required to sacrifice them, “he added.
In one post, he wrote: I have been tested on some of the biggest and unimaginable tests in my life. After quitting his job due to pain, he is currently unemployed, but eventually seeks a spiritual journey. “
According to the NBC, his last post was a YouTube video called “Michael Jackson’s Crucifixion,” a 150-minute sermon by Farakan defending Michael Jackson.
Then the page was deleted.