Police Release Body Cam Video Of YouTube Shooter Nasim Aghdam


Just hours earlier, Mountain View police had spoken with her after finding her inside her auto, which was linked to a San Diego missing persons report.

"In this instance if an individual is cooperative and does not present any sort of threat, continuing to unnecessarily question or delay them can lead to an unwarranted detention", Mountain View police said in a lengthy statement regarding release of the footage release and an explanation of actions by the officers. "You don't want to commit suicide or anything like that?" the female officer asks her.

Police have not identified the officer in the video.

Shortly after the recording ended, police called Aghdam's family in San Diego to inform them that she had been found.

The officers told Aghdam that her father would be told she'd been found in Mountain View.

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The results from the search showed there is a missing person's report linked to the vehicle.

The officer questioned her for 20 minutes, checked her identification and found she had no outstanding warrants. To support that stance, they released body-cam footage on Friday from when officers approached her just hours before she allegedly opened fire at YouTube headquarters.

Three people were wounded in the shooting later that day at the YouTube offices in San Bruno, about 30 miles away. She told police she did not tell her family where she was going. However, PIO Nelson said that officers did not re-contact Nasim Aghdam.

Aghdam's father reportedly called them back an hour later to tell them she was angry with YouTube for changes to the platform that negatively impacted the views and monetization of her animal rights and pro-vegan videos. She had been upset with the company because it'd stopped paying her for her videos.

In a statement, Mountain View Police Chief Max Bosel said that his officers followed proper protocol.

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The officers then called Aghdam's father and told him she had been located and that she didn't want to go back to San Diego.

He communicated the interaction with the father and when he understood the two hung up.

"They only care for personal short-term profits and do anything to reach their goals..."

A woman claims YouTube "discriminated and filtered" her content in a video posted in 2017. The officer stated that in speaking with Aghdam, it appeared she did not wish to go back to the San Diego area.

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