YouTube Shooter Nasim Aghdam’s Father Says He Warned Police LAST NIGHT She Was ‘Angry With YouTube’
As TGP’s Cassandra Fairbanks previously reported, an active shooter unleashed a barrage of bullets at the YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, California Tuesday afternoon.
Tuesday evening, the YouTube shooter was identified as 38-year-old Nasim Aghdam.
Nasim Aghdam complained she was being “discriminated and filtered on YouTube.”
Aghdam’s father told a CBS reporter Nasim had been missing for several days and when police picked her up in Northern California, he warned them she was angry at YouTube.
CBS reporter, Tina Patel spoke with Nasim Aghdam’s father Tuesday evening.
Tina Patel reported: BREAKING: Just spoke to the father of Nasim Aghdam. He says his daughter had been missing for several days. When cops found her in NorCal last night, he warned them she was angry with YouTube. @CBSLA
BREAKING: Just spoke to the father of Nasim Aghdam. He says his daughter had been missing for several days. When cops found her in NorCal last night, he warned them she was angry with YouTube. @CBSLA pic.twitter.com/mgCw9ivqos
— Tina Patel (@tina_patel) April 4, 2018
Nasim Aghdam ranted on her YouTube account about being discriminated against. YouTube was censoring her videos through a filter and she became furious.
Video of Nasim Aghdam ranting about being discriminated against by YouTube:
YouTube employees took to Twitter to report hearing shots and seeing people running from the scene, as police surrounded the building.
Police radio transmissions describe casualties being taken to local hospitals,” CBS reports.
It is being reported 4 people were injured in the shooting; Nasim Aghdam is deceased.