Facebook says it has deleted the account of Noah Green, a suspected attacker in the Capitol, and is in contact with law enforcement agencies investigating.

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A US Capitol police officer near a car that crashed into a barrier. Scott J. Applewhite / AP

  • Facebook has confirmed with Insider that it has deleted the account of Noah Green, a suspected parliamentary attacker.

  • The suspicious attacker is also described as a nation of Islamic believers.

  • He reportedly posted content on Facebook about “End Time” and his personal struggle.

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Facebook confirmed that it had pulled the account of Noah Green, a suspected attack on the Capitol on Friday. Killed one police officer and injured another..

The platform also said it had deleted its 25-year-old Instagram account.

In a statement emailed to the insider, a spokesperson said: We have removed content that praises, endorses, or represents attacks and suspects from Facebook and Instagram. “

“We are in contact with law enforcement agencies while they are investigating,” they added.

At a press conference after the incident, the suspect said he was shot dead by one of the police after “getting out of the car with a knife” and “pushing” into the police. As the insider reported earlier.

Green, a 2019 college graduate of Christopher Newport University, posted several posts on his currently-pulled Facebook account detailing his personal struggle during the COVID-19 pandemic. I wrote. The New York Times reported.

There have also been reports identifying him as a follower of Islamic State leader Louis Farrakhan. Anti-Semitism by the anti-hate organization ADL.

Nation of Islam “Designated hatred group” According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the group called it “racist, anti-Semitic, anti-LGBT rhetoric of its leaders.”

Green also posted on Facebook about “End Time” and the Antichrist. According to the New York Times. In a post on March 17, he warned about “the last day of the world we know.” NBC News reported.

Facebook’s decision will come after the second attack on the Houses of Parliament this year. Insider Isobel Hamilton previously reported Five months before the Capitol riots broke out in January, Facebook knew it had a problem with the hateful group.

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