The YouTube HQ Shooting Suspect Has Been Identified

One dead, multiple injuries in active shooting at YouTube headquarters

Authorities say the victim most seriously wounded in a shooting at YouTube headquarters is improving.

Barberini said there is no indication to suggest that Aghdam had any personal relationship with any of the victims. White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders previously told Fox News that the president was briefed and they were monitoring the situation.

The blue wall was used to film her YouTube videos, said Nasim's parents.

He said the 9mm Smith & Wesson handgun was legally purchased January 16 and registered in her name.

"We contacted the woman inside the vehicle, who was asleep, to check on her and to determine if she was the same person who had been reported missing", Mountain View police said.

The war of words played out Wednesday, as investigators here and in the Southern California towns where Aghdam lived digged deeper into the chaotic attack. "This appears to be the motive for this incident".

"Yesterday's horrific act of violence was deeply shocking and disturbing to our YouTube family", the company said in a statement.

"There is no equal growth opportunity on YouTube, or any other video-sharing site, your channel will grow if they want to", read one posting on the site.

Aghdam was a "really good person" and had no history of mental illness, said a woman named Leila who identified herself as an aunt as she entered the family home in Menifee.

Aghdam's motives are now unknown, but videos online suggest she had a vendetta about the video sharing website YouTube.

The license plate on a auto towed from YouTube's campus Tuesday is reportedly registered to Aghdam. The family also showed ABC News their home, which they shared with Nasim, including the area where she made her YouTube videos.

Her father, Ismail Aghdam, told the Bay Area News Group that he warned police the day before the attack that his daughter was upset with how YouTube handled her videos and might be planning to go to its offices.

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The brother of Nasim Najafi Aghdam anxious she might do something unsafe.

Senior Deputy City Attorney Leslie Jensen cited an exception for records of ongoing law enforcement investigations but provided no explanation.

I am writing this to say that I don't believe her actions were an act of jihad but instead the acts of a muslim woman who is angry at being silenced.

"We know that she was upset with YouTube, and we've determined that right now that's the motivation that we've identified", Barberini said. She then turned the gun on herself.

She and others hid in a conference room for an hour while another employee repeatedly called 911 for updates.

Thanawala reported from San Francisco.

"Today it feels like the entire community of YouTube, all of the employees, were victims of this crime", said Chris Dale, a spokesman for YouTube. "We will come together to heal as a family".

Two calls, two different accounts.

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He saw somebody lying nearby on his back with a red stain on his stomach that appeared to be from a bullet wound.

The security procedures already in place were praised for helping prevent further damage from Aghdam, with the police response particularly highlighted as "exceptional", while the various work from employees to ensure that authorities had appropriate access, as well as tending to the wounded didn't go unnoticed either. He jumped on his skateboard and took off.

A California police department whose officers interacted with a woman hours before she shot three people at YouTube's headquarters is refusing to provide reports and body-camera video from the encounter.

He said police found two magazines at the scene and found no other weapons.

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