“My God, forgive me for what I’m going to do…”
These are the chilling words of Andre Bing, a Walmart supervisor, who, on Tuesday, reportedly took a legally purchased 9 mm handgun to his store’s Chesapeake, Virginia, location and began shooting, killing six, including an unidentified 16-year-old boy, before turning the gun on himself.
In a self-described “death note” released on Friday by Chesapeake police, Bing wrote, “Sorry God, I’ve failed you, this was not your fault but my own. I failed to listen to the groans of the holy spirit which made me a poor representation of You.”
As the investigation has progressed, detectives conducted a forensic analysis of the suspect's phone, which was located at the scene. This note was located in the device. (1/3) pic.twitter.com/uCAvAZgYWP
— City of Chesapeake (@AboutChesapeake) November 25, 2022
According to Bing, he was being “harassed,” but the final straw came when his phone was “hacked.”
“I was harassed by idiots with low intelligence and a lack of wisdom,” he wrote. “I remained strong through most of the torment but my dignity was completely taken away beyond repair by my phone getting hacked.”
Whether his phone was actually hacked remains unclear, but the manager’s manifesto reads like a laundry list of paranoid delusions.
Bing said he “failed my management team and everyone that ever loved me by convincing them that I was normal.”
He claims his associates “orcastraighted [sic] it.”
From his perspective, “they laughed and made subtle code speeches which [he] eventually figured out.”
“They laughed at me and said that I was like Jeffrey Dahmer,” he wrote. “I would have never killed anyone that entered my home.”
Bing said he thought he had a friend at work, “but he betrayed me,” and according to the gunman, “betrayal is one of the worst feelings next to regret.”
He believed his fellow workers were colluding to “get rid of me since day one.”
“The associates gave me evil twisted grins, mocked me and celebrated my down fall the last day,” he wrote. “That’s why they suffer the same fate as me.”
He described one co-worker from the maintenance department who “was emanating with the holy spirit.”
“On her last day she looked me in the eyes terrified by a demonic aura,” he stated.
With the textbook thinking of a clinical narcissist, Bing attempts to paint himself as a misunderstood but “loving” guy.
“My true intent was never to murder anyone believe it or not, I was actually one of the most loving people in the world if you would get to know me,” he wrote. “I just wanted a wife that was equally yoked as I and obsessed over the thought; however, I didn’t deserve a wife.”
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He then opined on materialism while deflecting responsibility for his own pre-planned actions.
“I hope that people will learn from everyone’s mistakes and truly love God and not the material possessions of the world,” he wrote. “My only wish would have been to start over from scratch and that my parents would have paid closer attention to my social deficits.”
“Sorry everyone but I did not plan this I promise things just fell in place like I was led by the Satan,” he continued, adding, oddly, that he had “written songs in the past.”
“I only did it when I realized that my phone was hacked and was giving the worst feeling imaginable,” he explained. “I wish that I could have saved everyone from myself.”
In closing, Bing stated he would spare the life of one of his co-workers, whose name was redacted.
“I have a special place for her in my [heart] because my mother died from cancer,” he noted. “Please [redacted] let everyone know that bitter seed apricots are the cure for cancer and not the Dr.”
“My God,” he wrote, “forgive me for what I’m going to do…”
As American Wire News reported prior to the release of the manifesto, Bing also made a kill list comprised of 18 circled names. Of the five adults he killed, 22-year-old Walmart worker Tyneka Johnson’s name appeared in a circle on his list, which was discarded outside his home and missed by the FBI. Another two on the list — Jalon Jones and Jessica Wilczewski — were shot but survived.
Walmart mass shooter had a ‘kill list,’ news outlet finds in his trash, says FBI missed it https://t.co/8nbDGhKtTY
— American Wire News (@americanwire_) November 25, 2022
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