Noah Green: Everything we know about the US Capitol attack suspect

Paola Ditto
Aprile 3, 2021

US Metropolitan Police Chief Robert Contee said Friday's Capitol car-ramming attack does not appear to be terrorism-related, and that a probe into the motives of the attacker is under way. "You inspired me a lot". That message-and the deadly attack that occurred less than 24 hours later-capped off a period that was riddled with red flags.

On Friday, he is alleged to have ploughed his auto into a barrier outside the US Capitol, killing one police officer and injuring another.

According to the Capitol's acting police chief, Yogananda Pittman, Noah Green drove a auto into a barricade then emerged from the vehicle with a knife and ran toward two police officers.

In Instagram stories, some posted just hours before the attack, Green blamed the United States government for his issues and wrote he believed federal law enforcement agencies were trying to conduct mind-control experiments on him, according to CNN. He was said to be in stable condition late Friday.Pittman said the suspect was not known to Capitol Police before the attack and there was no indication of "any nexus" to members of Congress.

"Hardin has been charged with knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority; disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building or grounds; disorderly conduct in the Capitol; and parading, demonstrating or picketing in the Capitol", said the report.

The suspected attacker has also been described as a Nation of Islam devotee.

See more stories on Insider's business page.

Green, a 2019 college graduate of Christopher Newport University, wrote several posts on his now-pulled Facebook account detailing his personal struggles amid the COVID-19 pandemic, The New York Times reported.

"My faith is one of the only things that has been able to carry me through these times and my faith is centered on the belief of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan as Jesus, the Messiah, the final divine reminder in our midst". Green died at a Washington, D.C. hospital. In a March 17 post, he warned of the "last days of our world as we know it", NBC News reported.

Altre relazioniGrafFiotech

Discuti questo articolo

Segui i nostri GIORNALE