The detective speculates that this is a single incident, the work of a disturbed young man
Washington.-Official sources told the Associated Press on Saturday that the man rammed the car into a roadblock near the U.S. Capitol, killed a guard, was tortured by delusion, paranoia and suicidal tendencies, and then killed by the police.
The detective speculated that this was a strange incident, the work of a disturbed young man.
Video of the incident late Friday showed that the attacker rammed two guards into a roadblock near the Capitol and left the car with a knife in his hand. The police shot the 25-year-old Noah Green, who died in the hospital.
The source said that investigators are paying attention to Green’s mental illness and trying to find out the cause of the incident. The source contacted the Associated Press anonymously because she has no right to talk about it publicly. He added that the detective was talking to Green’s relatives, who said Green’s had hallucinations.
In a deleted email posted on the Internet, Green expressed concern that the government is controlling him and ensuring that they are monitoring and persecuting him. He described himself as a follower of the Islamic State and founder Louis Farrakhan, and claimed that his beliefs helped him through difficult times. The Islamic State is a political and religious organization established in the United States in 1930.
The suspect also shared his personal campaign on his network, 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.”