Cops had 'normal' talk with YouTube shooter hours before attack

Alyssa Bailey
April 9, 2018

Mountain View police dismissed the suggestion they did nothing and refuted the brother's description of the call.

Senior Deputy City Attorney Leslie Jensen cited an exception for records of ongoing law enforcement investigations but provided no explanation.

Ismail Aghdam, the woman's father, said that she grew to hate the company after it "stopped everything and now she has no income", according to NBC News.

Officers in Mountain View found her sleeping in her auto early Tuesday. The police did not arrest Aghdam, despite her father telling the police that she was upset. During the shooting, she swapped out a magazine and shot from the second magazine when she killed herself.

The crazed woman who opened fire at YouTube's headquarters before killing herself had been found by police snoozing in her auto the night before the attack after her family reported her missing, according to a report.

As questions remain on the motive, police have said there's no evidence the shooter knew the victims or that they were specifically targeted. Mendoza said that to the best of his knowledge, she did not use any of the store's 13 shooting lanes.

In addition, she was seen in a #Shooting range before the attack and there was a gun that was registered in her name that was found on the scene.

Police have previously said Aghdam went to a gun range before arriving at YouTube.

The woman who shot three people at YouTube's headquarters legally purchased her handgun and reloaded during the attack before turning the firearm on herself, according to multiple reports. Aghdam was an animal rights activist with a heavy presence on YouTube and she believed that YouTube had recently censored her postings.

"The father confirmed to us that the family had been having issues at home, but did not act in any way concerned about why his daughter had left", the statement said.

Regarding the situation, Google Communications tweeted that they were "coordinating with authorities and will provide official information here from Google and YouTube as it becomes available".

For almost eight hours Wednesday, ATF agents searched Aghdam's family Menifee home and the home in San Diego where Aghdam lived with her 90-year-old grandma.

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"I googled 'Mountain View, ' and it was close to YouTube headquarters".

The most seriously wounded victim, a 36-year-old man initially classified as critically injured, was upgraded to fair condition Thursday.

The violence in San Bruno clashed with relatives' perception of a woman they believed to be a peace-loving vegan.

For the first time, the parents of Nasim Aghdam are speaking out about the shooting allegedly committed by their daughter at YouTube's headquarters earlier this week.

It's still unclear why she turned the gun on herself and whether she could have continued firing.

There are hundreds of mass shootings every year in the United States.

The Farsi-language content Aghdam posted on Telegram would have been unlikely to attract a large following in Iran.

Aghdam, who posted a mishmash of workout videos, rants against animal cruelty and vegan cooking tips on YouTube, detailed her frustrations in videos and posts on her website and social media accounts, which have since been deleted.

YouTube spokeswoman Jessica Mason could not immediately be reached for comment.

Many of them were freakish such as a clip in which she removes a revealing purple dress to expose fake breasts with the message, "Don't Trust Your Eyes".

Alongside gruesome videos of mistreatment of animals, she also posted exercise and weight-lifting clips, and video and photographs of herself dancing, rapping and posing in evening dress, a skin-tight leather outfit, and full-body camouflage leotards.

Other reports by GlobalViralNews

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