ISLAMIC BLACK RADICAL ATTACK ON U.S. CAPITOL: Officer William Evans killed when Noah Green ran into two cops as he roared towards Capitol, rammed into the barrier; charged officers with large knife
WASHINGTON, D.C. – At about 1 pm on Good Friday, April 2, 2021, a car driven by Noah Ricardo Green, of Newport News, Va., roared into the United States Capitol complex on the United States Senate end of the structure and ran down two police officers before striking a large barrier that protects the area. Green alighted from his crashed sedan and ran towards the police officers with a large knife that has been described as being similar to a machete. Green was dropped by gunfire from the officers. One officer was rushed by a police cruiser to George Washington Hospital and ambulances took the other officer and Green to the hospital. Officer Evans died at the hospital. Green was reported dead as well.
“It is with profound sadness that I share the news of the passing of Officer William ‘Billy’ Evans this afternoon from injuries he sustained following an attack at the North Barricade by a lone assailant. Officer Evans had been a member of the United States Capitol Police for 18 years. He began his USCP service on March 7, 2003, and was a member of the Capitol Division’s First Responder’s Unit. Please keep Officer Evans and his family in your thoughts and prayers.”
–Acting U.S. Capitol Police Chief Yogananda Pittman
Bio of Noah Ricardo Green from official website of Christopher Newport University
2017 – Sophomore – Appeared in nine games during his first season with the Captains…Made 22 tackles, including 16 solo stops…Broke up a pair of passes and recovered a fumble…Posted his finest performance against Kean when he registered four solo and two assisted tackles for a season-high 6 stops…Also picked up three solo tackles against TCNJ and Rowan…Recovered a fumble and made three stops against Frostburg State
Before CNU — Multi-sport athlete at NCAA Division II Glenville State…Played in 10 games as a defensive back for the Pioneers, making five tackles…Also a sprinter on the Glenville State track & field team, seeing action in six events…At Alleghany HS, played both ways for the Mountaineers as a running back and defensive back…Earned All-District, All-Conference, and team MVP honors in 2013…Also a member of the track team, earning All-District and All-Conference honors in two events.
Personal — Noah Ricardo Green was born in Fairlea, W. Va., Son of Mazie and Newotn Green…Has seven sisters and two brothers…Favorite sports personality is Russell Westbrook…Dream vacation is a trip to Jamaica…Person in history he’d most like to meet is Malcolm X…Most impressive person met is his grandmother…Favorite movie is Spiderman…Majoring in Business.
Independent Journalist Andy Ngo reported the following information was gleaned from the Facebook account of Noah Ricardo Green:
Long posts detailed Green’s life struggles and religious views, which include his belief that Farrakhan is Jesus. “I am currently now unemployed after I left my job partly due to afflictions, but ultimately, in search of a spiritual journey,” he wrote in part.
“I haven’t had much to lean on in the past few months,” Green continued. “I’ve been faced with fear, hunger, loss of wealth, and diminution of fruit. 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 Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan as Jesus, the Messiah, the final divine reminder in our midst.”
Green went on to describe Farrakhan as his “spiritual father,” without whose guidance he would have “been unable to continue.”
He signed his post as Noah X.
In another post, Green encouraged his readers to study the Book of Revelation regarding signs of the end times. “[S]tudy who the beast is, study who the anti-Christ is, study who the false prophet is, and study the created images during these times.”
“The Minister is here to save me and the rest of humanity, even it means facing death,” Green continued. “Be willing to deny yourself and follow him, pick up your cross.”
Green died on Good Friday.
Virginia Court Records for Lexington / Rockbridge General District Court
Feb. 13, 2020 charged with speeding 79 in a 70 mph speed zone.
Probation Type: SUPERVISED PROBATION (LOCAL BASED COMMUNITY PROBATION PROGRAM)
Probation Time: 6 Month(s)
Probation Starts: PROBATION TO START AT SENTENCING
Fine: $54.00 *
Costs: $79.00 *
Fine/Costs Due: 08/19/2020 *
MSNBC erroneously reported that Capitol attack suspect was a ‘White male’