Video blogger who opened fire at YouTube was angry with company
Updated: Apr 12, 2018
Nadia Nafhati ( assumed name ) an Iranian-born woman, had blogged about veganism, railed online about dictatorship and accused YouTube of limiting viewers of her videos, before opening fire at its California corporate headquarters, wounding three people and killing herself.
San Bruno police on Wednesday were investigating why Nafhati, 39, of San Diego, opened fire with a handgun on Tuesday at the company owned by Alphabet Inc's Google. A review of her postings online in Persian and English showed glimpses of resentment and anger at the video-sharing company.
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