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Parliamentary attack suspect yelled about “end time” before ramming suspect
Getty / Facebook Two weeks before allegedly slamming two police officers guarding the US Capitol and killing one of them, Noah Green wrote “Lulu Before the Storm” on his Facebook page. I posted an article titled. As we know, Muhammad and his divine warning warned us all during these last days of our world. Satan’s dominance over us is up, “said the 25-year-old apocalyptic post, which links to an article in Final Cole, the official Nation of Islamic newspaper. On Friday. On the eve of the alleged assault, his brother Brendan Greene told The Washington Post that he had sent a worrisome text after leaving the apartment they lived in. Homeless. Thank you for everything you did. I respected you when I was a kid. You have given me a lot of inspiration. ” The message, and the deadly attack that occurred within 24 hours, ended the period full of danger signals. Green’s social media post states that the Southern Poverty Law Center has “a strange theology of innate black dominance over whites” and “a clear motive for targeting racists and police, as well as his recent hometown. The building of the US Capitol, a few hours from Virginia, which he called, also showed nothing. A blue sedan became two police officers guarding a barricade on the road outside the Capitol, and he He jumped out of the car and rushed into the policeman with a knife, said Yogananda Pittman, the capitol chief of the U.S. Capitol, urging them to shoot him deadly. A senior law enforcement official said Green was suspected. I confirmed to Daily Beast that it was, but he has not yet been officially identified by police. One Capitol police officer, William “Billy” Evans, died and a second police officer remained in the hospital. became. He was said to be in a stable condition late Friday. Pittman said the suspect was unknown to Parliamentary police before the attack, and there were no signs of “any ties” to Congressmen. She also said there were no ongoing threats and the suspect shouted nothing before being shot. She said it did not appear to be “terrorist-related” while the motive investigation was underway. The motive is still a mystery. Further insights into the causes of such attacks were found in a series of 25-year-old social media posts created in the weeks leading up to the incident. In two long March 17 posts to Green’s Facebook profile that were deleted shortly after the incident, Green wrote about his recent struggle and meeting Islamic state leader Louis Farrakhan was the “main goal.” Said that. The Friday attack was a religious motive, and Islamic Virginia chapters and DC headquarters did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Green also admitted that he has suffered unspecified setbacks in his recent life. The last few months have been tough, “Green wrote in a post on March 17th. “I’ve been tested on some of the biggest and unimaginable tests of my life. I’m currently unemployed after quitting my job due to pain, but eventually I’m looking for a spiritual journey. Despite his lack of work, he posted an image of a certificate showing that he had donated $ 1,085 to the country. Green’s brother, Brendan, told Post that Noah became paranoid in 2019 and his football teammates accused him of taking medicine at Xanax. He suddenly moved to Indianapolis after moving to his apartment. There, he believed that an intruder was invading his apartment. It was around that time that Brendan jumped out to see his brother and realized that he was “incorrect.” Recently, my brother suggested that he green up and move to Botswana to try to kill himself. By jumping in front of the car. After he returned home, Noah Green seemed to see the Islamic State as a way to keep himself fixed. In a recent social media post, Green faced “fear, hunger, loss of wealth, and fruit loss” in recent months and was “supported by faith centered on the beliefs of Honorary Minister Lewis.” I am writing. Farakhan is the Savior Jesus. He also hinted at a more mainstream trap in his youth. He posted that he graduated with excellent grades, graduated from college, and earned a graduate degree “despite not growing up in the best possible conditions.” Green plays soccer in high school, and Christopher Newport University’s biography was born in what he said was Fairy, West Virginia, and has seven brothers and two sisters. Public records show that he enrolled in a graduate course at Florida State University this year after majoring in marketing at Glenville State College. In Christopher Newport’s biography, he said that his dream vacation spot was Jamaica. It was Malcolm X that he most wanted to meet. “He was always very kind to me and all his friends loved him. We were all sad to see him leave Glenville,” said Alaina Funk, a friend of the suspect. So, Green wrote that he experienced a “series of concerns” that he believed was “a side effect of the drug I was unknowingly taking,” perhaps alluding to the suspicion of the 2019 incident. He was planning to start a business, but his path was “obstructed”. From his Facebook page, it was unclear how recently he was involved in the Nation of Islam. Old posts focused on football and college rather than religion. His grandmother, who died of a long illness in 2019, was a Baptist, her obituary said. But by March, Green’s post appeared to have been consumed by religious warnings about the last days. At the end, study who the beast is, who the Antichrist is, who the false prophets are, and the images created in those times. .. The minister is here to save me and the rest of humanity, even if it means facing death, “he wrote on March 17. It was once mentioned as living at an Indianapolis address, but indicates that he recently tried to change his name. In December 2020, he filed a petition to legally change his name to Noah Zaeem Muhammad. However, the matter was dismissed and the case was declared “finished” after he was unable to attend the hearing earlier this week and the court apparently did not receive contact from him. The story in your inbox every day. Sign up now! DailyBeast Membership: Beast Inside digs deeper into the stories that matter to you. learn more.