It’s a shame that people are now killing over the monetization of their social channels.  The shooters father told CBS2 News late Tuesday that he had warned YouTube of his daughter’s anger toward the video-sharing company.


After Aghdam’s identity surfaced in news reports Tuesday night, her father said he knew she had been troubled by YouTube’s decision to demonetize her videos.

He said the site “stopped everything,” preventing Aghdam from making money off dozens of videos about vegan cooking tips, animal rights activism and music videos in foreign languages.



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