Video shows YouTube shooter talking to cops hours before attack

Video shows YouTube shooter talking to cops hours before attack

Video shows YouTube shooter talking to cops hours before attack

In releasing the body camera footage, Mountain View police said the department had confirmed that San Bruno authorities no longer needed the video as part of their investigation into the attack.

Police body cam footage of Nasim Aghdam taken the night before she shot people at YouTube headquarters April 3 was released Friday.

The woman, Nasim Aghdam, had been reported missing by her family in Southern California and police found her asleep in her auto in parking in Mountain View.

"We didn't get along together, so I left them", Aghdam explained, adding that she drove straight to Mountain View from San Diego the previous day. "No", Aghdam replied. "You don't want to hurt yourself, do you? Do you want to hurt anybody else?"

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A male and female officer knocked on the window of the vehicle and asked Aghdam if she was aware that her family was searching for her.

Police said they spoke to her for about 20 minutes but she didn't appear to be a threat to herself or others.

About 11 hours after her encounter with officers, Aghdam opened fire at YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, shooting three people before killing herself. Aghdam told the officer she left San Diego because she wasn't getting along with her father and that she wasn't planning on going back. And a records-check didn't show any threats of violence.

It was only about an hour later that he called back and explained that he suspected his daughter may have really been in the San Bruno area because of an ongoing beef with YouTube over what she saw as censorship of her freaky, often racy workout videos.

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

In the press release, Mountain View police cited the Penal Code section that defines what constitutes an "at risk" person, which includes but is not limited to "a person missing because of circumstances including being the victim of a crime or foul play, needing medical attention, having no pattern of running away or disappearing, being the victim of parent/family abduction, or being mentally impaired".

Mountain View police defended how they handled the situation.

Roughly one hour after that, the father called back to let the officer know that his daughter had recently become upset about changes on the YouTube platform that had impacted videos she had created on living a vegan lifestyle. "At no point in either of our conversations did the family bring up any concerns about their daughter's behavior, any potential violence she may carry out, or any likelihood that she could be a danger to herself or others", police said in a statement.

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