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Walmart shooting suspect wrote ‘death note’ before killing spree

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Walmart shooting suspect wrote ‘death note’ before killing spree

Jenny Goldsberry November 25, 10:12 AMNovember 25, 10:28 AM Video Embed

The city of Chesapeake, Virginia, published an alleged “death note” found on the phone of the Walmart shooting suspect Friday.

Andre Bing, 31, allegedly typed up the note on his phone found on the scene, which included direct references to his coworkers, whose names have since been blacked out. Bing claimed in the note that the people he worked with laughed at him several times and even once “said that I was like Jeffery Dahmer.”

“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,” the note begins. “I was harassed by idiots with low intelligence and a lack of wisdom. I remained strong through most of the torment but my dignity was completely taken away beyond repair by my phone being hacked.”

VIRGINIA WALMART SHOOTER WHO KILLED SIX WAS ‘HUNTING’ CERTAIN PEOPLE: WITNESS

https://twitter.com/AboutChesapeake/status/1596141677508710403?s=20&t=WMzTMFM1fZsBl6EqJiXvIw

Bing had worked for Walmart since 2010 and threatened that his coworkers who allegedly “mocked” him would “suffer the same fate as me.”

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“My God forgive me for what I’m going to do,” the note ends.

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