Source: Business Insider
Alison Parker, a local broadcast journalist, was shot and killed on live television in Roanoke, Virginia, by a disgruntled former co-worker in 2015. Years later, her father, Andy Parker, claims graphic videos of her death remain on YouTube despite numerous requests to have them taken down. Parker filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission, alleging that YouTube has violated its own terms of services by hosting content it claims to prohibit. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories . On the morning of August 25, 2015, local TV news reporter Alison Parker was conducting a live interview about an upcoming celebration of the 50th anniversary of Smith Mountain Lake in Moneta, Virginia. In the middle of the interview, locals were horrified when they watched as Parker and her videographer, Adam Ward, were brutally shot and killed on live television by a disgruntled former co-worker. Years later, her father continues to be haunted by graphic videos of the carnage that have been clipped, re-edited, and published online — and he claims that YouTube , which is owned by Google , refuses to take them down. “Google monetizes my daughter’s murder.