The suspect's final days — YouTube shooting

The suspect's final days — YouTube shooting

The suspect's final days — YouTube shooting

YouTube's California headquarters was devastated earlier this week, as an armed woman stormed the working grounds, injuring three people before ending her own life.

Officials said Aghdam did nothing to suggest she was a danger to herself or others when they found her asleep in a Walmart parking lot the next day.

"She stated she had come to the area to stay with family and while she was now living out of her vehicle, she was in the process of looking for a job", authorities said in the statement.

Her father told the Bay Area News Group that his daughter was angry at YouTube because it had "demonetised" her videos - meaning she was not earning money. After discovering the vehicle, they realized that the auto was connected to someone who was reported missing last Saturday, March 31.

They told him everything was "under control", he said.

Police say the videos posted by the woman who wounded three people in a shooting at YouTube headquarters are central to the motive.

A woman who claimed to be the shooter's aunt but would not share her name said Aghdam's father told police his daughter was "angry" at YouTube, and police should be careful.

In a separate statement, the family told of their shock at her actions.

"It was a woman and she was firing her gun". The brother described his sister as a "nice" and "innocent" person, "not today, but she never hurt any creature", he said. "I think he was a good father, and it just happens when you have kids sometimes", Rundell said. Then the San Diego resident's auto was found more than 700 miles northwest, in Mountain View, California.

YouTubers can be paid for ads accompanying their videos, but the company "de-monetizes" some channels for various reasons, which means ads are not run with them. "Throughout our entire interaction with her, she was calm and cooperative... she in no way met any reason for us to speak with her further or possibly detain her".

The license plate on a auto towed from YouTube's campus Tuesday is reportedly registered to Aghdam.


Two women wounded in the shooting were released Wednesday from a San Francisco hospital.

"She would yell from the balcony and say we were nasty", Sanford-Salar said. Police visited the range Wednesday.

A screenshot of one of Nasim Najafi Aghdam's videos.

A screenshot of a video posted on Aghnam's YouTube channel before it was taken down on Tuesday, showed her complaining that "YouTube filtered my channels to keep them from getting views!"

Juhea Kim, founder of the website, said she was excited to feature the story written by an Iranian freelancer about a vegan Iranian bodybuilder. Caldwell declined to identify the range but said employees contacted police after the shooting to report she had practiced there. The deceased woman who allegedly opened fire before killing herself was furious over the company stopping her video revenue, according to investigators.

Reuters/Elijah NouvelagePolice officers are seen at Youtube headquarters following an active shooter situation in San Bruno, California, U.S., April 3, 2018. "Whether that rises to the level of terrorism hopefully will be determined in the next couple weeks".

The department said that evidence from the scene is being processed by detectives as well as the San Mateo County Crime Lab. The third shooting victim, a 36-year-old man, was upgraded from critical to serious condition. He said two additional gunshot victims were later located at an adjacent business.

I haven't searched the web or Youtube in knowing her social media was taken down nearly instantly.

Mendoza said there was nothing memorable about the purchase from Aghdam.

Her victims were shot in an outside courtyard.

A website in that name decried YouTube's policies and said the company was trying to "suppress" content creators. "Still we are uplifted by the heroic acts we witnessed both from employees and the San Bruno community, especially the first responders".

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