Chesapeake, Virginia police on Friday released the contents of a “manifesto” found on the cell phone of Andre Bing, the accused killer of six people at the local Walmart where he worked. Bing, who also killed himself, attributed the massacre to “torture” and demonic influences inflicted by his colleagues.
“Forgive me God, I failed you, it was not your fault, it was mine. I failed to listen to the groanings of the holy spirit, which made me a poor representation of You,” Bing wrote in a memo released Friday by Chesapeake police.
Forgive me God, I failed you, it was my fault, not yours. I failed to listen to the groanings of the holy spirit, which made me a poor representation of You.
Police said Friday that Bing legally purchased the 9 mm handgun used in the morning shooting spree at a local convenience store, Fox News reported. Law enforcement also said they found a box of ammunition and “various items (box, receipt, other documents) related to the 9mm handgun” at Bing’s home.
After “hunting down” and killing six people, who he reportedly shot at least twice to make sure they were dead, the suspect who committed suicide wrote in his “death note” that he was allegedly assaulted by his co-workers. deliberately tries to “sabotage” his life.
I was stalked by idiots of low intelligence and lack of wisdom, I stayed strong through most of the ordeal, but my dignity was completely stripped away by the hacking of my phone.
They laughed at me and said I looked like Jeffrey Dahmer.
Bing suggested that his co-workers deserved to die for these reasons:
I heard it a few months ago [REDACTED] talks to [REDACTED] and told me that he has been trying to get rid of me since the first day. After hearing this, I went crazy. Attendees gave me crooked smiles, mocked me, and celebrated my fall [sic] the last day. That’s why they have the same fate as me.
The “weapon of war” here was Andre Bing’s sick mind.
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Bing also partly blamed his parents for “not paying closer attention.” [his] social disadvantages.”
My only wish was to start over and have my parents pay more attention to my social deficiencies. I’m sorry everyone, but I didn’t plan it [sic] I promise that everything will fall into place as soon as the devil takes control of me. … I only did this when I realized my phone was hacked and gave me the worst feeling I could imagine. I wish I could save everyone from myself.
He ended his manifesto with a confusing reference to wanting to marry but believing he was unworthy of a wife.
My real intention was never to kill, believe it or not, if you got to know me, I was actually one of the most loving people in the world. I only wanted a wife who was as yoked as I was, and yet tempted; but I was not worthy of a wife.
Bing’s last line reads, “God, forgive me for what I’m about to do.”
One Walmart employee, who did not want to be named, was working with Bing to get a promotion at another store before leaving the Chesapeake Walmart. A former employee described Bing as “carefree and relaxed.”
From what I saw, he was a good guy, but from what I heard, he had some issues and they tried to talk him through his issues,” the employee said, noting that he did not know the suspect had anger issues. .
I knew some of the victims. They were good people. They were real good people. They just came and did their jobs, usually pretty well behaved and got along with everyone.
Still, Joe Biden and the Democratic Party, the liberal media, and gun grabbers across the fruited plain took a knee as they rushed to the microphones and television cameras to use the horrific shooting of a very troubled man as another excuse for gun control. threatens the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding gun owners.
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