>> I'm being discriminated, I'm->> More details emerging on the Iranian born woman who had accused YouTube of discriminating against her and is suspected of opening fire at its California headquarters, wounding three people and killing herself.>> A Smith & Wesson 9-millimeter semiautomatic handgun registered to the suspect was recovered at the scene.
>> San Bruno police revealing Wednesday that 39-year-old Nasim Aghdam had visited a local gun range prior to the shooting. Aghdam a resident of San Diego, frequently posted videos to YouTube on animal rights and veganism. Some of the post in Persian an English show glimpses of anger at YouTube, which she alleged was filtering her channel and preventing it from getting views.
>> And if you go and check my videos you see that my new videos hardly get views and my old videos that used to get many views I stopped getting views.>> But police say she did not have a personal vendetta. Reuters reporter Paresh Dave.>> It doesn't look like the gun woman was targeting anyone in particular.
That she entered YouTube through a parking garage just behind the offices and came into this courtyard that they have that's attached to a cafe at the back of the office. And she may not have even entered the building at any point that all of her actions were carried out in that little court yard.
>> Californian media reported that Aghdam's family had warned authorities that she could target YouTube prior to the shooting. Police said her family in southern California recently reported her missing because she had not been answering her phone for two days. At one point Tuesday Mountain View California Police found her sleeping in her car, and called her family to say everything was under control just hours before she walked up to the YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, California, and opened fire.
Witnesses describe seeing blood on the floor and stairs and injuries were reported.>> Well, I saw the victim she was in the dining room and she had a leg injury that's a gunshot wound so I put a tourniquet on her.>> One victim still remains under treatment at San Francisco General Hospital.