Body cam footage of police interaction with YouTube shooter released


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.

Mountain View police on Friday released camera footage from a body-worn camera that captured the interaction between officers and YouTube shooter Nasim Aghdam hours before the attack, when the woman was found sleeping in her auto.

Cops found Aghdam, 38, asleep in the back of her parked vehicle in a Walmart parking lot in Mountain View, California - about 30 miles south of YouTube's San Bruno headquarters - around 1:40 a.m. April 3, the Mountain View Police Department said.

In the video, Aghdam tells police she left home because "We don't get along together, so I left them". Officer: "Are you taking any type of medication at all?" "No", Aghdam replied. "You don't want to hurt yourself, do you?"

Officer: "And you don't want to hurt anybody else?"

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Mountain View PD officers probed the vegan bodybuilder about why she was sleeping in her auto hours before she opened fire on the web giant's nearby campus.

After police finished questioning her, they notified her father that she had been found and was all right, and did not want contact with him, ABC 7 reported.

Later that day, she went to a gun range before walking through a parking garage into a courtyard at YouTube's campus south of San Francisco, where she opened fire with a handgun and wounded three people.

The officers told Aghdam that her father would be told she'd been found in Mountain View.

A routine records check did not reveal any hits or threats of violence, police said.

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

When asked had she just made a decision to move - Aghdam said: "Yeah, right now I'm just trying to find work to ..." The dispatch center reported back to the officers that Aghdam was reported "at risk" when the missing person's report was filed was because she had no prior reports of having gone missing. The report listed Aghdam as "at risk".

In a statement, Mountain View Police Chief Max Bosel said that his officers followed proper protocol.

The father reportedly thanked the officer for the call and hung up.

Watch a clip from the police bodycam footage with Nasim Aghdam. "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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