YouTube shooting: the suspect's final days

YouTube shooting: the suspect's final days

The suspect in a gun attack at YouTube's headquarters in California had expressed anger over its treatment of her video postings, media reports say.

Barberini said the 9 mm Smith & Wesson handgun used in the Tuesday afternoon attack was legally purchased and registered to Aghdam, and that she apparently sharpened her shooting skills beforehand.

The woman who opened fire at YouTube headquarters in California over the video sharing platform's "discriminatory" treatment to her postings, practised shooting at a gun range hours before the attack, police said. It said there was no evidence she knew the victims of the shooting or that anyone was specifically targeted.

"From a very young age I used to care about the animals and their welfare, and think about the source of meat and where it came from and I knew that the fried chicken on my dinner plate once was a handsome yellow chick!" she said. The father confirmed that his daughter had been missing for two days prior to the shooting, and told the outlet that on Tuesday, April 3, around 2 a.m., Mountain View police located his daughter, who had been "sleeping in her auto".

Vorhies said he realized there was an active shooter when a police officer with an assault rifle came through a security door. Google did not respond about Agdham's YouTube channel or why they restricted her content. The police say Aghdam fired indiscreminately at people before killing herself with the same gun. She wouldn't state exactly where they were searching, yet terrorists viewed representatives moving in to residences in Menifee, roughly 80 miles north of Los Angeles, and 4S Ranch, roughly 25 kilometers north of San Diego. Two others, a 32-year-old woman and a 27-year elderly female, have been also released.

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He said police found two magazines at the scene and found no other weapons.

Three people were taken to the hospital with gunshot wounds. "They only care for personal short term profits" and fool simple minded people by "destroying family values, promoting materialism and sexual degeneration in the name of freedom". The license plate belonged to the San Diego woman, who had been reported missing a few days earlier. "And she had a problem with YouTube", Aghdam's brother, who did not want to be identified, told KGTV. Aghdam's father briefly spoke to reporters. The third victim, a 36-year-old man, remains in serious condition.

Just before 2 a.m. on Tuesday, officers patrolling the community of Mountain View, a suburban town that serves as the headquarters of search giant Google and software firm Symantec, spotted Aghdam's vehicle in a parking lot not far from a Whole Foods and 24 Hour Fitness.

He said that Wednesday - the day after the shooting - would have been her birthday. "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".

"At this point, we have no indication that she was selecting individuals to fire at", Barberini added. Thanks to the security protections in place, she never entered the building itself. Next to another video, which also had been blocked Wednesday, she wrote: "This video got age restricted after new close-minded employees, got control of my farsi youtube channel previous year 2016 and began filtering my videos to reduce views & suppress & discaurage (sic) me from making videos!"

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