Published: Mon, April 09, 2018
World | By Camille Rivera

What do we know about the YouTube headquarters shooter Nasim Aghdam?

What do we know about the YouTube headquarters shooter Nasim Aghdam?

Nasim Aghdam, 39, bought the 9 mm Smith and Wesson pistol from a shop in San Diego on January 16 - about 11 weeks before she targeted the company, unleashing chaos as employees were eating lunch, San Bruno police Commander Geoff Caldwell told USA TODAY.

Hossein Naderi, a 23-year-old art student in Tehran, questioned why Aghdam chose to "live in the US, though she didn't like it there", adding: "I wish I was there to use YouTube freely".

Hours later, Aghdam visited a Bay Area gun range, San Bruno Chief Ed Barberini said.

"At no point during our roughly 20 minute interaction with her did she mention anything about YouTube, if she was upset with them, or that she had planned to harm herself or others. she was calm and cooperative", Mountain View police said.

According to state records, she had once established a charity called Peace Thunder "educate people about animal cruelty, environmental pollution" and other causes.

She says Aghdam was entered into a national missing person's database.

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San Bruno Police Department received the first 911 phone call at 12:46 pm, and was on site by 12:48 pm.

Hossein Naderi, a 23-year-old art student in Tehran, questioned why Aghdam chose to live in America, adding: "I wish I was there to use YouTube freely".

In her online postings, Aghdam had complained that some of her videos, which showed her demonstrating some exercise techniques, were allegedly flagged as adults-only content which may have lost her ad revenue. She shot three people (two women and one man), who were hospitalized along with an unidentified fourth person.

Dozens of emergency vehicles quickly converged on the YouTube campus, and police could be seen on televised aerial video systematically frisking several employees leaving the area with their hands raised.

Ismail said his daughter was a vegan activist and animal lover who would not even kill ants that invaded the family home when she was a youngster. She then turned the gun on herself. "So that is something we're looking into".

Shortly after the shooting, two law enforcement officials told CNN the shooter knew at least one victim.

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The sequence of Aghdam's activities emerged Wednesday as police continued gathering information about the attacker and her motives.

Officers contacted her family to let them know that Aghdam was located, but her father and brother called authorities back and told them about the series of videos she had on YouTube.

The FBI and ATF are also involved in the investigation, and on Wednesday morning, authorities executed search warrants in the Riverside County community of Menifee, where her father lives, and at the San Diego home where relatives say she most recently lived with her grandmother.

YouTube's focus on the victims is quite clear, however a troublesome trend has spread across Twitter in light of Aghdam's crusade against censorship, dubbed #CensorshipKills. "There is no equal growth opportunity on YOUTUBE or any other video sharing site, your channel will grow if they want to!"

People who post on YouTube can receive money from advertisements that accompany their videos, but the company "de-monetizes" some channels for reasons including inappropriate material or having fewer than 1,000 subscribers. "He got on his skateboard and approached a courtyard, where he saw the shooter yelling, "'Come at me, or come get me"'.

Zach Vorhies, a senior software engineer at the company, told The Associated Press that the fire alarm went off but employees didn't realize it was an active shooting situation.

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Product manager Todd Sherman said he was at his desk when he heard what sounded like rumbling as people ran.

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