Police release bodycam footage of confrontation with YouTube shooter Nasim Aghdam


In the early morning hours before she went on a shooting rampage at YouTube headquarters, Nasim Aghdam was awakened by Mountain View police as she slept in the front seat of her vehicle in a Walmart parking lot.

Eventually, one of the officers asks her why she chose Mountain View. TIMELINE: Nasim Aghdam's movements leading up to YouTube HQ shootingThe video shows how the officer first had his dispatcher obtain more information from San Diego County where Aghdam had been reported by her family as missing.

Aghdam was reportedly offended with the YouTube because of it had stopped paying her for her motion pictures.

"Based on our officers' interaction with Aghdam, including the fact that she had answered all of our questions cooperatively and thoroughly, there was no legal reason for us to remain on scene questioning her". The newly-released police body camera video was made hours before she opened fire at YouTube's headquarters in San Bruno.

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She posted videos under the online name Nasime Sabz, and a website in that name decried YouTube's policies, saying the company was trying to "suppress" content creators. A routine records check did not reveal any hits or threats of violence.

Aghdam shook her head and replied 'No'. She says she drove straight Mountain View from San Diego because she was looking to start a new life.

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 don't get along together", Aghdam is heard saying on the video, taken about 1:30 a.m. on April 3 in the parking lot at 600 Showers Drive, about 11 hours before the attack on the YouTube campus where three people were injured by gunfire.

The cop continued, asking: 'And you don't want to hurt anybody else?'

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Officer: "You don't want to commit suicide, anything like that, right?"

He communicated the interaction with the father and when he understood the two hung up. "There was no dispute or anything", the San Diego dispatcher told the Mountain View officer. "In this case, they checked on the welfare of a person who, at the time, was reported missing but whose actions, demeanor, and answers did not present any information which would cause us to believe she would be a threat to herself or others", Police Chief Max Bosel said in a statment.

Ismail Aghdam, however, did not bring up any concerns about his daughter's behavior or any potential violence she might carry out on herself or others, police said. Officer: "Are you taking any type of medication at all?"

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