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'Satan's rule over us is up': How a college football star's belief that he was drugged by roommates saw him spiral into paranoia, feel suicidal and become a devout Nation of Islam follower before killing cop in Capitol knife attack

 Two years ago, the world was Capitol knifeman Noah Green's oyster.

A star of the college football team, the accused Capitol knife attacker was soon to graduate with a degree in finance from Christopher Newport University in Virginia.

Yet over the course of the next two years, his life would take a frightening turn into paranoia and suicidal depression, and ultimately come crashing down. 


On Friday he rammed his car into a barricade at the U.S. Capitol and leapt out with a knife, killing one of the officers. He was shot and killed by police.

Green (right) played football at Christopher Newport University and in college, where he also ran track, according to an athletics bio

Green (right) played football at Christopher Newport University and in college, where he also ran track, according to an athletics bio 

Noah Green in photos taken from the now-removed Facebook page
Green was a fan of the leader of Nation of Islam Louis Farrakhan, based on his Facebook page

A Facebook page belonging to a man matching the suspect's name has now been taken down. It showed he was a fan of the leader of Nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan

Green was born in Fairlea, West Virginia - a poor, largely white, rural community of 1,700 people in the southeast of the state, close to the border with Virginia.

One of ten children, he grew up with seven sisters and two brothers.

By the time he was at high school, he had crossed into Virginia and was living 30 miles from Fairlea in Covington, Virginia.


He attended Alleghany High School where he played football and ran track, earning All-District, All-Conference, and team MVP honors in 2013.

Green then went on to Christopher Newport University, in Newport News, Virginia.

'Mr Green was a 2019 graduate of Christopher Newport University with a degree in finance. Mr. Green played on the Christopher Newport University football team in the fall 2017 and fall 2018 seasons,' said Jim Hanchett, CNU chief communications officer.

Green was not known to police in Washington DC but he did have a record in another state, according to law enforcement sources.

His Facebook posts, which have since been taken down, showed a deeply disturbed man spiraling out of control - believing that he was the victim of federal 'mind control', having suicidal thoughts and manic episodes, traveling to Africa to seek solace, and finding comfort in religion and extremist ideology.

'Satan's rule over us is up,' he said, in a Facebook post on March 17. 

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Two Capitol police were injured on Friday after a car smashed into a barrier on Independence Avenue

Two Capitol police were injured on Friday after a car smashed into a barrier on Independence Avenue 

A tow truck removes the car used in the deadly attack from the scene as law enforcement collect evidence

A tow truck removes the car used in the deadly attack from the scene as law enforcement collect evidence 

Green is shown being stretchered away from the scene after being shot by a police officer

Green is shown being stretchered away from the scene after being shot by a police officer

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He credited the controversial leader of the Nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan, with saving him 'after the terrible afflictions I have suffered presumably by the CIA and FBI, government agencies of the United States of America.'

On Instagram, he wrote: 'I have suffered multiple home break ins, food poisonings, assaults, unauthorized operations in the hospital, mind control.'

Green believed that his troubles began in 2019, when, he thought, a former teammate and roommate drugged him with Xanax.

Those involved thought that Green had made the story up, and doubted his allegations. 

Green said the episode left him addicted to the drug, and left him with lasting mental health problems, which grew increasingly severe.

Capitol Police Officer Billy Evans (pictured) was killed on Friday
The knife-wielding suspect has been identified as Noah Green (pictured)

Capitol police officer Billy Evans (left) was killed by a knife-wielding driver on Friday at the US Capitol. The suspect has been identified by NBC and the New York Post as Noah Green (right)

The night before the attack, he was violently ill, his brother Brendan told The Washington Post, without detailing exactly what happened. 

The pair shared an apartment in Virginia - Green having moved in two weeks ago, with his family deeply worried about his mental state.

He texted Brendan on Thursday night and said: 'I'm sorry but I'm just going to go and live and be homeless. 

'Thank you for everything that you've done.

'I looked up to you when I was a kid. You inspired me a lot.'

He had remained in the college town of Newport News on graduating, but the Xanax episode from 2019 haunted him.

He had hallucinations, heart palpitations, headaches and suicidal thoughts, Brendan told The Washington Post.

By January of this year, Green had suddenly abandoned his Newport News home and moved to Indianapolis, saying drugs had inspired him to go there.

From Indianapolis, he began to tell Brendan that people were breaking into his apartment.

In January he applied to legally change his name to Noah Zaeem Muhammad.

The hearing was due earlier this week, on March 30. He never showed up, and the case was dismissed.

The motive for Friday's attack is not yet clear. Social media posts on now-removed accounts under Green's name speak of fears the federal government was targeting him with 'mind control' and heap praise on Farrakhan for saving him

The motive for Friday's attack is not yet clear. Social media posts on now-removed accounts under Green's name speak of fears the federal government was targeting him with 'mind control' and heap praise on Farrakhan for saving him

3 comments:

  1. the absolute biggest problem the US has is its ever increasing underclass

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  2. His paranoia may actually be a statement of fact. The cia, fbi, nsa, etc., A have their own black-ops funded programs to chemo-psychologically identify and prepare chosen low-rent targets to commit selectively assessed criminal conduct in order to propagandistically manipulate America's population. Unintentionally, he submitted himself as an unwilling tool of deep-state propaganda. His sacrifice will never be acknowledged.

    DanD

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  3. WORSHIPPING A CHILD RAPIST PEDOPHILE AS YOUR HOLY PROPHET IS A SICKNESS WHICH DESTROYS MORALITY.
    ISLAM IS NOT A RELIGION BECAUSE WORSHIPPING A CHILD RAPIST PEDOPHILE IS NOT A RELIGION.
    WHY SHOULD WE BELIEVE ANYTHING THE MURDERING PIG CAPITAL POLICE HAVE TO SAY ABOUT ANYTHING?

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