Police Questioning the Suspected YouTube Shooter, Nasim Aghdam

Police Questioning the Suspected YouTube Shooter, Nasim Aghdam

Police Questioning the Suspected YouTube Shooter, Nasim Aghdam

The authorities in Mountain-view introduced authorities bodycam footage on Friday that shows officers speaking to this supposed shot after locating her sleeping Within Her vehicle in a vacant Walmart parking lot over April 3 around 1:30 a.m.

About 11 hours after her encounter with officers, Aghdam opened hearth at YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, capturing three people sooner than killing herself.

Aghdam continued to discuss her family situation as she tried to find her ID. The APPS cross-references records of persons who lawfully purchased weapons with the records of those who are prohibited from owning them. The police chief said there was no probable cause to search the auto.

"You don't want want to hurt your self, do you?"

Officers run toward a YouTube office in San Bruno, Calif., Tuesday, April 3, 2018.

When the officers asked her why she had come to Mountain View, she told them that she wanted to start a new life away from San Diego.

The officers approached the vehicle and knocked on Aghdam's window. They ask her if she was on any medication and Aghdam shook her head no. She opened fire later that day and then killed herself.

The officers also examine Aghdam's iphone before telling her she was going to call her father and let her go. Her father, Ismail Aghdam, answered the phone and confirmed that he had not been getting along with his daughter, police said. The father thanked police for the call and hung up.

In response to questions from the officers, Aghdam said that she wasn't taking medications, that she didn't want to hurt herself and that she didn't want to hurt others.

The family said she felt she reached the most people through her YouTube page but her relationship with the company turned ugly when YouTube changed its filters and she began to lose followers and viewers.

An hour later, the father called police back to suggest his daughter was in the area because she was angry about YouTube affecting her vegan channel [headquarters are in nearby San Bruno], but cops claim he never brought up concerns about the possibility she might commit violence to herself and others. "Based on our officers' interaction with Aghdam, including the fact that she had answered all of our questions cooperatively and thoroughly, there was no legal reason for us to remain on scene questioning her".

"A review of the incident revealed that our officers followed proper procedure and protocol".

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