Her channel had more than 5,000 subscribers. "I did the best I can to avoid it but the cop didn't do their job", her brother insisted in an interview with this news agency. "It is believed the suspect was upset with the policies and practices of YouTube", San Bruno police chief Ed Barberini later told reporters.
KitGuru Says: Whether you agree or disagree with YouTube's censorship, I think it's unsafe to justify the frankly unstable actions of Aghdam as a by-product of the platform's actions. "I mean maybe not today, but she never hurt any creature".
YouTubers can be paid for ads accompanying their videos, but the company "de-monetizes" some channels for various reasons, which means ads are not run with them. "At the conclusion of our discussion, her family was notified that she had been located". Officers spent almost two hours Wednesday at the Jackson Arms Shooting Range in South San Francisco, a few miles from the YouTube headquarters. At least three people were injured and the suspected shooter was found dead.
Her brother, Shahran Aghdam, said he was particularly anxious after learning his sister had been contacted by police prior to the shooting in Mountain View, and realizing how close that was to YouTube headquarters.
"Although no words can describe our deep pain for this tragedy, our family would like to express their utmost regret, sorrow for what has happened to innocent victims", the statement read.
In a screenshot of the email uploaded on June 27, 2017, Aghdam rails against "discrimination and hatred problems against me", complaining of a "huge drop in views" after she began uploading videos in Farsi and Turkish.
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NBC Bay Area also reports Aghdam had a YouTube account and, in a video posted in January 2017, claimed YouTube "discriminated and filtered" her content, leading to fewer views.
Their concerns grew worse when police told them that her vehicle was found in Mountain View. "We have full confidence in the investigative efforts of the San Bruno Police Department and their colleagues as they tackle this case".
"The father confirmed to us that the family had been having issues at home, but did not act in any way concerned about why his daughter had left", the statement said.
Juhea Kim, founder of the website, said she was excited to feature the story written by an Iranian freelancer about a vegan Iranian bodybuilder.
Her family said they're not sure why Aghdam chose to confront Youtube today - but her birthday is on April 4, and she would have turned 39.
As questions remain on the motive, police have said there's no evidence the shooter knew the victims or that they were specifically targeted.
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The video depicted Vassell, who is black, pointing the object at police in a combat stance seconds before officers fired. Vassell is seen on the video excerpts jabbing numerous pedestrians with a short metal tube.
Investigators declined to say why they were there. "I recently got filtered on instagram too and maybe its related to youtube and youtube staff asked instagram to filter me here too!?"
The concerns started over the weekend when Aghdam stopped answering her phone, her brother told CNN affiliate KGTV.
But Aghdam's brother said he called police about his sister, an animal rights activist with a serious grudge against YouTube.
Last month, YouTube announced it would ban content promoting the sale of guns and gun accessories, as well as videos that teach how to make guns.
"At no point during our roughly 20-minute interaction with her did she mention anything about YouTube, if she was upset with them, or that she had planned to harm herself or others", police said.
Barberini said there is no indication to suggest that Aghdam had any personal relationship with any of the victims.
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