Virginia Walmart Shooter Left Death Note On His Phone

Virginia Walmart Shooter Left ‘death Note’ On His Phone

CHESAPEAKE, Virginia – The manager of a Walmart who fatally shot six coworkers at a chain store in Virginia left what he called a “death note” on his phone apologizing for what he was about to do. about to do and at the same time blamed others for making fun of him.

“I apologize to everyone, but I did not plan this. I promise things happened as I was led by Satan,” Andre Bing wrote in a recorded note on the phone, Chesapeake police said Friday.

Police also reported that Bing, who had no criminal record, legally acquired the 9mm pistol on the morning of the massacre.


The disseminated note contained blank spaces where the people mentioned by him were identified.

He maintained that he was “harassed by idiots of low intelligence and lack of wisdom” and that the perception that his phone had been hacked pushed him over the edge.

“My only wish would have been to start over from scratch and that my parents would have paid more attention to my social deficit,” she wrote.

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 on the device. (1/3)

—City of Chesapeake (@AboutChesapeake) November 25, 2022

Bing died at the scene, apparently from a self-inflicted gunshot.

Bing’s coworkers who survived the shooting said he stood out for his hostility toward employees. One of them said Bing had apparently chosen the people he was going to attack and re-shot some who had already been shot and appeared to be dead, said a person who was present when the shooting began.

Employee Jessica Wilczewski said workers were gathered in a break room at the store to start their night shift late Tuesday when crew chief Andre Bing walked in and opened fire with a handgun. Although another witness said Bing fired indiscriminately, Wilczewski said she observed the manager target certain people.

“The way he was acting was like he was out hunting,” Wilczewski told The Associated Press on Thursday. “The way he looked at people’s faces and the way he did what he did was he was choosing people.”

He added that he saw him attack people who were already shot on the ground.

“What I do know is that he made sure that whoever he wanted dead was dead,” he insisted. “He came back and shot people who were already dead, just to make sure.”

Wilczewski added that she had only been working at the store for five days and she didn’t know who Bing got along with or had problems with. She said that being a new employee may have been the reason she was spared from it.

Wilczewski said that after the shooting began, a coworker sitting next to her pushed her under the table to hide her. She said that at one point, Bing ordered her to come out from under the table, but when she saw who it was, she told him, “Jessie, go home.” She added that she then slowly got up and ran out of the store.

The shooter was already dead when officers arrived Tuesday night at the store in Chesapeake, the state’s second-largest city near the Virginia coast with about 250,000 residents. Authorities said he apparently shot himself. The police try to determine the motives for the killing, while the former co-workers try to make sense of the shooting.

The shooting attack Tuesday night in Chesapeake was the second mass shooting in Virginia this month. Three University of Virginia football players were shot and killed on a bus on November 13 as they were returning to school from a field trip. Two more students were injured.

The shooting at the Walmart store also came days after a person opened fire at a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs, Colorado, killing five and wounding 17.

The Tuesday night attack also evoked another attack at a Walmart in 2019, when a gunman wanting to target Mexicans opened fire at a store in El Paso, Texas, killing 23 people.



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