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Walmart mass shooter said in paranoid suicide note he was led by satan

Walmart mass shooter Andre Bing claims he was ‘directed by Satan’ to kill six of his colleagues who gave him ‘evil, twisted grins’ and ‘mocked him’

The disgruntled manager apologized to God for “abandoning” him in a twisted note released by the Chesapeake Police Department, which was not detected by the gunman’s phone after the mass murder.

Bing, 31, labeled his co-workers as “idiots of low intelligence” who “harassed” and “harassed” him during his shifts.

During his killing spree, the manager shot and killed Brian Pendleton, Randall Blevins, Lorenzo Gamble, Tyneka Johnson, and Kellie Pyle.

He also killed 16-year-old Fernando Jesus Chaves, who had just started working as a top-up part-time. It was his first job.

Drifting into a paranoid suicide note, Bing claimed his co-workers said he was “like Jeffrey Dahmer” — something he countered by saying “I would never have killed anyone coming into my house.”

He went on to say he was “guilty” and “failed his management team and everyone who ever loved him” by convincing them he was “normal.”

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Delusional Bing, who lived alone, claims in the note to have heard colleagues say they “wanted to get rid of him from day one,” which led him to “lash out.”

Authorities confirmed that he had legally purchased the 9mm handgun used in the November 22 murder and that he had no prior convictions.

The FBI seized a box of ammunition and a box, receipt and other paperwork from his $300,000 property on Wednesday.

Bing went on to say in the note, “The employees gave me a mean, twisted grin, mocked me, and celebrated my fall the last day.

‘That’s why they suffer the same fate as me.

“It was never my true intention to kill anyone, believe it or not, I was actually one of the most loving people in the world if you got to know me.

“I just wanted a woman who was as yoked as I was and obsessed with the thought. But I didn’t deserve a wife.

“I hope people will learn from everyone’s mistakes and really love God and not the material possessions of the world.

‘My only wish would have been to start all over again and that my parents would have paid more attention to my social disadvantages.

“Sorry everyone, but I didn’t plan this, I promise things just fell into place like I was led by the Satan.”

The mass shooter shot himself after opening fire on his colleagues, although in the note he explained why he spared one woman because he had a “special place for her in my heart.”

He claimed it was because his mother died of cancer, adding that another female colleague had “apologised to him” and seen a “demonic aura” in his eyes.

Six employees - Tyneka Johnson, 22;  Brian Pendleton, 38;  Randy Blevins, 70;  Kelly Pyle, 52;  Lorenzo Gambling, 43;  and Fernando Jesus Chavez, 16 were killed.  Johnson (top left) was one of 18 circled names on the list, which was obtained by DailyMail.com from a trash can outside Bing's home

Six employees - Tyneka Johnson, 22;  Brian Pendleton, 38;  Randy Blevins, 70;  Kelly Pyle, 52;  Lorenzo Gambling, 43;  and Fernando Jesus Chavez, 16 were killed.  Johnson (top left) was one of 18 circled names on the list, which was obtained by DailyMail.com from a trash can outside Bing's home

Six employees – Tyneka Johnson, 22; Brian Pendleton, 38; Randy Blevins, 70; Kelly Pyle, 52; Lorenzo Gambling, 43; and Fernando Jesus Chavez, 16 were killed. Johnson (top left) was one of 18 circled names on the list, which was obtained by DailyMail.com from a trash can outside Bing’s home

Crime scene tape surrounds a car at the scene of a mass shooting at a Walmart, Chesapeake, Wednesday

Crime scene tape surrounds a car at the scene of a mass shooting at a Walmart, Chesapeake, Wednesday

Crime scene tape surrounds a car at the scene of a mass shooting at a Walmart, Chesapeake, Wednesday

Bing also accused his colleagues of creating “subtle code speeches” and said he thought one of them was his friend – only to be “betrayed” by the employee.

Police removed the names from the note, but survivor Jessica Wilczewski said she was allowed to flee by the killer – who told her to “go home Jessie” after shooting other colleagues.

Bing claims he felt compelled to shoot his colleagues after his “phone was hacked” and was the “worst feeling imaginable,” adding, “I wish I could have saved everyone from myself.”

It comes after DailyMail.com revealed the gunman dumped a list of those he wanted to kill in the bin outside his three-bedroom residence.

The list, found by DailyMail.com, has the names of 18 fellow supermarket employees circled.

Four people who were shot survived the attack and are still in hospital. Two of them – Jalon Jones and Jessica Wilczewski – also had their names circled on the list. Among them is Blake Williams, 23, whose family said he was on a ventilator and clinging to life.

Before carrying out the gruesome carnage, 31-year-old Bing threw out his kill list, along with screenshots of surveillance footage dating back to October. The screenshot shows a person dressed in black walking into the Walmart shortly before midnight.

The list thrown out next to the image contained details of his colleagues’ shifts and what department they worked in, as well as what time they would have a break.

His suicide note reveals the motive behind the murders and shows that Bing intended to kill those he thought were laughing at him behind his back.

The note also said he felt he had “stayed strong” through the torment, but that his dignity had been “completely irretrievably taken away” after his phone was “hacked.”

A former colleague of Bing previously claimed he was “paranoid” that the government was watching him – adding that he had taped his phone’s camera due to his fears.

Finishing his note, Bing said, “My God, forgive me for what I’m about to do.”

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