The San Mateo County coroner’s office says that the woman who shot and hurt three people at YouTube’s headquarters in Silicon Valley killed herself by shooting herself in the heart.
Nasim Najafi Aghdam is one of the women who have killed a lot of people in the US.
On April 3, 2018, Aghdam, who was 39 years old, walked onto the YouTube campus in San Bruno with a 9-mm handgun and started shooting at a group of employees eating lunch in a courtyard.
The San Bruno Police Department says that four employees were hurt at the scene of the shooting. One hurt his ankle while running away from the scene, and three were shot.
She was allowed to have the gun that police found at the scene of the crime. But it wasn’t clear where it had been bought.
In an interview on Wednesday, April 5, 2018, San Bruno Police Chief Ed Barberini said, “We have a pretty good idea, but we need more information before we can say for sure what the reason was. But it was clear that she didn’t like some of the things the company did or how it ran.
The coroner’s report on the suspect’s body showed that there were no drugs or alcohol in her body that could have changed her mind.
Officers in San Bruno said that there was no proof that Nasim Aghdam knew the victims or specifically targeted employees. Instead, they said that Aghdam probably had something against YouTube.
A family member of Aghdam told the police that she was upset that YouTube shut down her channel, which was a mix of workout videos, comedy clips, and tips for making vegan food, because she had broken the rules.
But on her personal website, she said that YouTube employees limited the number of people who watched her videos on purpose, which kept her from making more money and spreading messages that promoted veganism.
Her father told the police the day before the shooting that Aghdam was missing because she hadn’t answered her phone in two days.
About 12 hours before the shooting, Mountain View police found her sleeping in her car. She told them she had left her house because of problems with her family and was living in her car until she found a job.
Police said Aghdam was calm and helpful, and she didn’t say she was mad at YT or that she was going to hurt herself or anyone else.
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