Virginia Walmart gunman’s manifesto claims he was ‘betrayed’ by colleagues he killed and felt ‘guided’ by Satan


Andre Bing — employee behind six murders accused of being the shooter Chesapeake, Virginia, Walmart On Tuesday — he left a manifesto blaming deadly violence on “suffering” from colleagues and demonic influence.

In a memo released Friday by the Chesapeake Police, Bing wrote, “I’m sorry I failed you. This is not your fault, it’s my own. I couldn’t hear the moaning of the Holy Spirit.” So I couldn’t say I represented you very well.” .

Chesapeake City Officials Identify Bing The shooter believed he killed six people before police said he pointed the pistol at him.

Bing legally purchased a 9mm handgun from a local store the morning of the shooting, police said Friday. He had no criminal record. Police found a box of ammunition and “various items (boxes, receipts, and other documents) related to a 9mm handgun” at Bin’s home.

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Bing writes that he was “harassed by unintelligent and ill-wisdom fools”, notably referring to an incident where “phones were hacked and their dignity completely removed”.

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“Death Note” contains multiple anecdotes of what Bing believed was targeted harassment from a colleague. He went on to say that he believed that people around him were intentionally harassing him and sabotaging his life.

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“A few months ago I heard [REDACTED] talk to [REDACTED] And he told me he had been trying to get rid of me since day one. After hearing that, I ranted. My peers gave me a twisted grin, mocked me, and celebrated my fall on the final day. So they suffer the same fate as me,” Bing writes.

Walmart said it was “shocked” by the shooting at its Chesapeake store.

Walmart manager Andre Bing has been charged with killing six people in Chesapeake, Virginia.

A memorial is seen at the site of Wednesday’s shooting at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia.

He concluded the screed by claiming he was “a man to love” and saying he wanted to find a wife but “didn’t deserve one.”

“My true intentions, believe it or not, weren’t to kill anyone. If you know me, I’m actually one of the most loving people in the world.” but I was not worthy of a wife,” Bing wrote.

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Document has repetition religious themes Referring to both gods and demons, Bing writes:

At one point, Bing notes that a colleague “emanated with the Holy Spirit” and “unlike me, she actually listened to the Holy Spirit.”

He then said that the person “knew they were against me, so one day she approached me in personnel and apologized to me. He looked at me with frightened eyes with an aura like that.”

The text concludes with the statement, “My God forgive me for what I am about to do.”