Resources have identified the defendant in a deadly Capitol assault as Noah Green, a 25-year-old from Indiana with ties to Virginia along with the Nation of Islam.
Green allegedly slammed his aide to two police officers around the Capitol's North Barricade, the entry where congress members and their aides go and come.
The assault killed U.S. Capitol Police Officer William"Billy" Evans and wounded a second officer, that was hospitalized Friday day in stable state.
Green did not seem to get a criminal record.
Sources told Fox News it seemed to be a"lone wolf" attack and the defendant identified himself as a Country of Islam follower on Facebook who might have lost his job.
A Facebook profile fitting that description was removed by the social networking giant -- but Fox News examined a range of posts and articles before that occurred.
Facebook stated it had been working with law enforcement and'd taken the profile down beneath its"Dangerous People and Organizations" policy.
The webpage included videos and photos of Country of Islam rallies, along with the bio recognized Green as"Follower of Farrakhan."
And a current profile photograph seems to resemble the construct and haircut of information camera movie showing the defendant being packed in an ambulance.
Inside, the Nation of Islam leader said Jesus wasn't the Messiah and known as Christian theology a lie.
In 1 article from March 17, Green wrote complained of becoming jobless and tough times involving the pandemic and said his religious beliefs were keeping him moving.
"My religion is among the only things that's been in a position to take me through those times and my religion relies on the belief of this Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan as Jesus, the Messiah, the closing celestial reminder in our center," he wrote. "I believe him my spiritual father."
Other recent articles contained videos of Farrakhan addresses along with a picture of certification thanking him to get a $1,085 contribution to the Nation of Islam.
Green was a high school soccer standout and played Christopher Newport University in Virginia, where his pupil athlete resides states the figure he would like to meet out of background was Malcom X.
A variety of relatives, former teammates didn't immediately respond to Fox News asks for comment.
1 former teammate, who requested to remain anonymous, explained Green as"calm" and silent and"a near teammate and friend"
"I did not find that this scenario coming," he explained, noting he had not spoken with Green about a year.
"He stayed at the weight space, remained in his playbook, communicated well, and he was a person I could rely."
He included condolences for the families of those victims.
"They're in my thoughts and prayers," he explained.
Green's former CNU coaches are asked not to talk with the media. A college spokesperson confirmed he was a pupil.
"Mr. Green played the Christopher Newport soccer team in the autumn 2017 and autumn 2018 seasons"
In his March 17 article, Green encouraged his friends to start looking into Farrakhan's previous behaviour for a source of inspiration.