The incident left people still fresh in the memory of the deadly attack by the deadly protesters on January 6.
Washington US law enforcement officials referred to the suspect as 25-year-old Noah Green who attacked a pair of police officers on Capitol Hill.
In order to clarify the motive of the attack, investigators investigated his background and whether he had mental health problems. They also tried to obtain court orders to access their accounts on the Internet.
According to the New York Times, the suspect stated on Facebook that he is a follower of the leader of the Islamic State, Louis Falakin, who has been advocating anti-Semitism.
The Islamic State is a political and religious organization established in the United States in 1930.
Originally from Indiana, Greene died after being shot and wounded by Congressional police in response to the attack.
On Facebook, the topic shared speeches and articles by Farrakhan and Elijah Muhammad (who led Islamic countries from 1934 to 1975), discussing the decline of the United States.
The two elements of the power of order confirm that the Facebook page deleted today belongs to Green.
The suspect also shared his personal campaign on social networks, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.
He wrote: “Honestly speaking, it has been difficult in recent years, and it has been even more difficult in recent months.”
“I have withstood some of the biggest and unimaginable challenges in my life. I am currently unemployed, partly because of suffering and resigning.”
Green attacked two police officers guarding the US legislature this morning and killed one of them. The attacker rammed his car into a safe roadblock, then got off the car with a knife and stabbed them.
The incident left people still fresh in the memory of the deadly outbreak of pro-Trump protesters on Capitol Hill on January 6.