Walmart mass shooter Andre Bing reportedly left a manifesto on his phone

Walmart mass shooter Andre Bing reportedly left a manifesto on his phone

Andre Bing, the murderous Walmart manager, apparently had a manifesto on his phone, indicating that he wasn’t acting irrationally when he shot and killed six people at his Virginia shop.

Days before Thanksgiving, after the bloodbath in the bustling Chesapeake market on Tuesday night, Bing, 31, killed himself, according to a law enforcement source who spoke to WAVY News.

According to the source, Bing complained in it about recent, vague changes to his employment status as well as harassment he had experienced from other staff members.

It appears to support statements made by a new employee, Jessie Wilczewski, who told the same publication she was certain the smiling gunman had premeditated his atrocity.

She thinks Bing killed people he “had issues” with and spared her life by instructing her to go home while he was on the rampage.

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Bing had made terrifying threats years before he became the most recent mass shooter in America, according to Joshua Johnson, a former maintenance worker at the Chesapeake business, who spoke to CNN.

Johnson, who worked there until 2019, recalled that the man promised to take revenge if he was ever fired from his position.

Donya Prioleau, a staff member who saw the devastation, told CNN that Bing frequently “said a lot of disturbing things,” was “condescending,” and “quite mean” to many of us.

Others claimed he had black tape covering his phone camera and was paranoid.

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Bing had made terrifying threats years before he became the most recent mass shooter in America, according to Joshua Johnson, a former maintenance worker at the Chesapeake business, who spoke to CNN.

Johnson, who worked there until 2019, recalled that the man promised to take revenge if he was ever fired from his position.

Donya Prioleau, a staff member who saw the devastation, told CNN that Bing frequently “said a lot of unsettling things,” was “condescending,” and “very rude” to many of us.

Others claimed he had black tape covering his phone camera and was paranoid.

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The others were Tyneka Johnson, 22, of nearby Portsmouth and Kellie Pyle, 52, Lorenzo Gamble, 43, and Randy Blevins, 70, all from Chesapeake.

Authorities have stated that despite the alleged manifesto, they are still looking into Bing’s possible motives. Bing had worked at Walmart since 2010.

While a “vehicle of interest” was cordoned off and eventually towed away in the Walmart parking lot, a SWAT team raided the murderer’s home.

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Walmart has seen gun violence in some of its many locations around the nation.

In an incident that law enforcement has classified as domestic terrorism, 23 people were killed in August 2019 in a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, not far from the US-Mexico border.

Following the shooting in 2019, like it had done following earlier shootings at its stores, Walmart adopted stricter regulations on the sale of firearms and ammunition.

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Doug McMillon, the CEO of Walmart, posted on LinkedIn that “the terrible news of yesterday night’s shooting at our Chesapeake, VA store at the hands of one of our workers has impacted our Walmart family hard.”

My heart breaks for the families who have lost or been hurt among our coworkers and the Chesapeake community, he added.

source:nsemwokrom.com