YouTube blasted for hosting Plymouth shooter's creepy incel ramblings as it FINALLY deletes videos after killing spree

YOUTUBE has been blasted for hosting the Plymouth shooter's disturbing incel ramblings – as it finally deleted his videos today after his killing spree.

Jake Davison, 23, moaned about how he was "getting uglier" each year and said he was "defeated by life" in chilling YouTube videos.


The crane operator shot himself dead yesterday after gunning down a woman, believed to be his mum, in Plymouth.

Davison also killed a three-year-old girl, a second woman and an innocent male bystander during the horror.

His YouTube page revealed the mass-murderer as a rambling gun nut who follows the "Incel" movement.

What we know so far:

  • Five people were killed in mass shooting in Keyham, Plymouth, yesterday
  • Gunman Jake Davison first opened fire at a house before randomly shooting people in the street
  • A three-year-old girl, two females and two men are among the victims
  • Davison, 23, also died after turning the gun on himself
  • A number of people are still receiving treatment in hospital
  • Police have confirmed the horror is not terror related

YouTube finally deleted the shocking videos today after outraged critics slammed them for keeping them up.

Former Tory leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith told The Sun: "Internet companies should have a responsibility – and if necessary we should pass a law – that if there is a police incident all the internet relevant to that be shut – e.g. it should be policed and taken out."

A YouTube spokesperson said: "Our hearts go out to those affected by this terrible incident. We have strict policies to ensure our platform is not used to incite violence.

"In addition, we also have long standing policies that prohibit those responsible for attacks like these from having a YouTube channel and have since terminated their channel from our platform.”

According to YouTube, the shooter's channel was deleted as it violated the company's 'offline behaviour policy'.

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Facebook has confirmed that accounts belonging to Davison have also been removed.

A spokesperson for the social network said the 22-year-old's presence had been taken down from their platforms under its dangerous individuals and organisations policy, which does not allow mass murderers to be on Facebook or Instagram.

Davison's YouTube account liked Incel TV – an online support group for "involuntary celibates" that is linked to male supremacy and misogyny.

Incels believe they have no possibility of finding a partner to get love, validation or acceptance from.

The movement has been labelled a "hate" group with many followers accused of believing they are owed sex by women.

The community gained worldwide attention when British-born student Elliot Rodger, 22, murdered six people at the University of California in 2014.

It was also linked to the killing of ten people in Canada in 2018 after Alek Minassian posted a Facebook message showing his support for Incels before ploughing a van into crowds.

Just two weeks ago, Davison talks about how difficult it is to "have willpower" when "life has never rewarded you".

He reveals he felt positive about life as a teen working in scaffolding but blames his problems on an ankle injury.

The gunman also claims he hasn't spoken to a girl since he was 18 and said he had been “consuming the blackpill overdose”.

The term refers to a belief success with the opposite sex is determined at by genetics at birth with blackpillers claiming no amount of money or working out will lead to a relationship so they may as well kill themselves.

Speaking directly into the camera, ranting Davison says: "I'm still in the same position, same period of life – still a f***ing this-that, virgin, f***ing fat, ugly whatever you want to call it.

"What's changed? Nothing."

'KILLING MACHINE'

He ends the lengthy clip by talking about "killing machines" and says he likes to think "I'm a Terminator".

In another video, Davison, who calls women "simple-minded", says: "I missed out on so much as a teenager, I hope I can make up for it.

"I’m not advocating this, but if I have to I might even try and use drugs to make up for it, maybe cocaine fuelled sex or something, maybe that can make up for that missed teenage experience."

Davison also follows countless pro-gun accounts and has liked nearly 800 videos about gun culture, the second amendment and violent games.

Just two days ago, he added a clip to his 'liked' videos of a M1 Garand semi-automatic rifle being shot.

His grim obsession with guns is also evident on his Facebook page.

The page is littered with American propaganda such as a picture of an eagle in front of a flag and a picture of the Lexington Minuteman statue that depicts a colonial farmer holding a musket.

The gunman, who claims to be born in Arizona, has also shared a Donald Trump quote.

It reads: "In America, we do not seek to impose our way of life on anyone but rather to let it shine as an example for everyone to watch."

RAMPAGE

Neighbours said today his family had begged for help with Davison's mental health issues but did not expand on what problems he suffered with.

Carol Gilmore said: "The guy shouldn't have been on the streets with his condition."

Jess Wallace, whose boyfriend went to school with Davison, added: "He said he was pretty shy and quiet and would talk about how cool Americans are and the idea of having a gun collection.

"My boyfriend said he was autistic and has anger issues and it's a shame for those involved."

Police confirmed today he shot and killed a "very young" girl and a male relative she was with.

The gunman then left a man and woman with significant injuries after firing the powerful weapon at them.

Davison entered a park where he shot a man, who died at the scene, and made his way to Henderson Place.

'EXTRAORDINARILY UNUSUAL'

Once there, he gunned down a woman who later died in hospital.

Davison then turned the gun on himself as armed cops raced to the scene.

The chilling timeline was revealed today in a press conference by Devon and Cornwall Police Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer.

The officer said the weapon used in the shooting, which has been recovered, was described as a “pump action shotgun”.

He also confirmed Davison had a firearms licence dating back to 2020.

The licence meant he was known to police but CC Sawyer would not be drawn on whether the crane driver had a criminal record.

But he confirmed police would look at Davison's social media output as part of the investigation.

He said: "This is an extraordinarily unusual response by a fellow human being.

"Whether there were mental health issues I cannot say at this time."




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