YouTube attacker was a vegan blogger

YouTube attacker was a vegan blogger

She took target practice at a local gun range later that morning, then drove to YouTube headquarters on Cherry Lane in San Bruno, walked into a company patio area and shot three people before killing herself, police have said. The third shooting victim, a 36-year-old man, was upgraded from critical to serious condition.

Mendoza said there was nothing memorable about the purchase from Aghdam. White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders previously told Fox News that the president was briefed and they were monitoring the situation. "They said, 'Don't worry about, '" Ismail said. Sharan Aghdam has stated that "they didn't do anything and she got killed and three or four more people got hurt". Caldwell declined to identify the range, but said employees of the range reached out to police after the shooting to report that Aghdam had practiced there.

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.

It was unclear late Tuesday what authorities knew about Aghdam's history with YouTube before she wounded three people with a handgun.

Barberini said the motive remains uncertain.

A website in that name decried YouTube's policies and said the company was trying to "suppress" content creators.

According to NBC she posted a video in January 2017 saying: "I am being discriminated on and filtered on YouTube and I am not the only one".

"Our officers made contact with the woman after the license plate of her vehicle matched that of a missing person out of Southern California", police spokeswoman Katie Nelson said.

"At no point did her father or brother mention anything about potential acts of violence", the police statement continued. The police did not arrest Aghdam, despite her father telling the police that she was upset.

According to Mountain View Police, a short time after their interaction with Aghdam police called her family to let them know she had been located.

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

Aghdam's videos were watched by nine million people, but she found out that getting famous on YouTube doesn't guarantee a big payout.

The father of Nasim Najafi Aghdam informed police in the Silicon Valley hub of Mountain View that she had gone missing from her San Diego home, and may have travelled to the area because she was furious at YouTube's alleged censorship of her video channels. "There seemed to be no kind of method or rhyme or reason to what she was doing". Law enforcement could have stopped the attack, had the officers done their jobs. It was not immediately clear why police later said the people shot were not specifically targeted.

Police tape is shown outside of a YouTube office building in San Bruno, Calif., Wednesday, April 4, 2018. They didn't even know she had a gun.

Shooter yelled: 'Come get me!'

She and others hid in a conference room for an hour while another employee repeatedly called 911 for updates.

Thanawala reported from San Francisco.

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said in a statement, "There are no words to describe how awful it was to have an active shooter YouTube today".

Nasim Aghdam referenced a since-deactivated website, PeaceThunder, in a 2014 interview promoting veganism. Vorhies said he froze and saw a victim on his back with what appeared to be a gunshot wound to his stomach. He jumped on his skateboard and took off. TIMELINE: Nasim Aghdam's movements leading up to YouTube HQ shooting " We will be increasing the security we have at all of our offices worldwide to make them more secure not only in the near term but in the long term", said Chris Dale, Youtube's Head of Communications.