The Walmart shooter had a MANIFESTO on his phone detailing his anger at losing his job

The Walmart shooter had a MANIFESTO on his phone detailing his anger at losing his job

  • Police disclosed that Andre Bing’s lethal manifesto, which has not yet been made public, contained allegations that his coworkers had harassed him. It was discovered after he killed six individuals in Walmart.
  • A neighbor of Bing has described the moment the murderer departed for his spree.
  • Friends of the victims told DailyMail.com that he frequently argued about ‘working weekends.’
  • Tuesday night, 31-year-old store manager Bing opened fire in the break room of the Chesapeake, Virginia, supermarket, killing six other employees in a terrifying attack.
  • The “silent” gunman had a list of his intended victims. He murdered Lorenzo Gamble, Brian Pendleton, Kellie Pyle, Randall Blevins, and Tyneka Johnson, along with an unidentified 16-year-old boy.
  • Tuesday evening, FBI agents raided Bing’s $300,000, three-bedroom home, where he resided alone.
  • Locals reported seeing the SWAT team use a battering ram to break down the property’s front door.
  • Pictures depict authorities searching a shed in the backyard and removing bags of clothing.

 

The Walmart employee who murdered six people in the shop where he worked in Virginia had a manifesto on his phone in which he expressed his displeasure over a change in his job status.

Police disclosed that the killer manifesto of Andre Bing, which has not yet been made public, contains accusations that his coworkers at the Sam’s Club in Chesapeake were harassing him.

 

Andre Bing, the Walmart gunman who massacred six people inside the Virginia store where he worked had a manifesto on his phone - where he revealed he was upset about a change in his employment status

Andre Bing, the Walmart shooter who killed six people at the Virginia store where he worked, had a manifesto on his phone in which he revealed he was angry about a change in his employment status.

 

One of Bing’s neighbors recalled the moment the shooter went on his spree in quiet, with victims’ pals disclosing to DailyMail.com that he frequently spat with his killer over ‘working weekends.’

Tuesday evening around 10 p.m., Bing, 31, strolled into the break room of the supermarket in Chesapeake, Virginia, before starting fire and murdering six other employees.

The’silent’ shooter was also armed with a list of intended victims. Lorenzo Gamble, Brian Pendleton, Kellie Pyle, Randall Blevins, and Tyneka Johnson were slain by him.

Andre Bing, the Walmart shooter who killed six people at the Virginia store where he worked, had a manifesto on his phone in which he indicated he was angry over a change in his job status.

FBI agents searching Andre Bing's Chesapeake, Virginia home on Wednesday afternoon

Wednesday afternoon, FBI officers searched the Chesapeake, Virginia residence of Andre Bing.

 

Police disclosed that Andre Bing’s not-yet-released homicidal manifesto featured charges that his coworkers were harassing him.

A neighbor of Bing detailed the moment the attacker left his house for his rampage in quiet, with victims’ pals telling DailyMail.com that he frequently spat with the perpetrator over ‘working weekends’

The FBI performed a comprehensive investigation of Bing’s residence and retrieved mountains of evidence implicating the gunman.

A neighbor of Bing has described the moment the killer left his home for his rampage in silence - with victims friends telling DailyMail.com he would regularly have arguments over ¿working weekends¿ with his killer

A neighbor of Bing has described the moment the murderer left his home to begin his spree:

 

Tuesday night around 11 p.m., just after the horrific shooting, FBI officers stormed Bing’s $300,000, three-bedroom home, where he lived alone.

Locals report seeing the SWAT squad use a battering ram to smash down the property’s door before to searching it for evidence.

The FBI conducted a thorough search of Bing's home and left with piles of evidence against the shooter

The FBI conducted a thorough search of Bing’s residence and retrieved piles of evidence implicating the shooter.

 

As part of Tuesday’s deadly rampage, Bing also shot and murdered a 16-year-old kid who has not yet been recognized since he is a juvenile.

A neighbor who had shared a home with Bing remembered the moment she witnessed him leave for his typical late shift in complete stillness.

She stated to DailyMail.com, “I am astonished, especially after seeing the number of fatalities.” Even more astonished was I when I realized it was him.

FBI agents swooped on Bings three-bedroom $300,000 property where he lived alone at around 11pm on Tuesday night, shortly after the mass killing

Tuesday night around 11 p.m., just after the horrific shooting, FBI officers stormed Bing’s $300,000, three-bedroom home, where he lived alone.

 

“I only noticed this this morning when I saw the FBI here,” My daughter saw them arrive with the battering ram last night, but I could not hear anything.

He stayed to himself and was constantly by himself. No one else inhabited the home.

A man was there a few months ago, but he was the only one. It has only ever been him.

I would see him mowing his grass and doing other chores, but he never spoke. He was unusual.

I attempted to converse with him, but he was completely uninterested. I spotted him last night as he was leaving for work at Walmart, where he is employed.

“I’m very happy I did not speak with him. As per usual, he simply got into his car and drove away. Nothing appeared unusual.

‘During his whole stay, I never saw him with a weapon or anything else. It’s astonishing. It is a peaceful location.’

Since the tragic shooting, the Walmart has remained cordoned off with crime scene tape.

Flowers and balloons were photographed during a makeshift vigil near the location of the Walmart shooting in Chesapeake.

 

 

 

Wednesday, November 23, 2022, in Chesapeake, Virginia, police investigate the scene of a mass shooting at Walmart. In a pre-Thanksgiving rampage yesterday night, a shop clerk fatally shot six people and then committed suicide.

A neighbor of one of the men shot to death in the break room, Brian Pendleton, described him as a “great man” who had argued with his manager over working night shifts.

Patrice, the neighbor, stated that Brian was a great man who was always smiling. He was devoted to his profession, which he enjoyed.

Always cheerful, Brian was a nice man. He was devoted to his profession, which he enjoyed. He frequently complained about a management at work who wouldn’t allow him the weekends off.

Evidently, I have no idea if it was the same boss. It’s terrible how close it is to Thanksgiving. It’s terrible that he lost his sister a few months ago. They divorced almost three years ago and never had children.

“He lived alone and was a remarkable man. I drove him to work, and he insisted on compensating me with petrol money when he was paid. It was typical of him; he was a beautiful and loving individual.

“At first, the rental office didn’t believe it was him; it was terrible when we found out.” He would receive the same taxi every night for his shift.

He would be seated on this step when I arrived home. He was a wonderful person, and what has happened to him is tragic. I am only his neighbor, and I am still struggling to comprehend what has occurred. It hurts so much harder around the holiday season, around Christmas or Thanksgiving.

The mother of killed employee Lorenzo Gamble, 43, bemoaned the fact that her son, who worked at the business for 15 years and was about to transfer to another location, had left behind a family.

Police have named five of the six people murdered in a mass shooting at a Walmart in Virginia on Tuesday, hours after identifying the unhappy manager who carried out the attack.

The sixth casualty was a 16-year-old kid, according to the city. Due to his age, both his name and photo were concealed from the public. The ages of the victims range from 16 to 70.

“My calm baby Lorenzo has passed away,” the grieving mother said on Facebook Wednesday morning.

He worked there for fifteen years before transferring to Grassfield. His boys are now bereft without him.’

Brian Baker, the boyfriend of 52-year-old victim Kellie Pyle, was named by DailyMail.com as posting a loving tribute to his girlfriend.

“Until we meet again, my angel,” a caption on the memorial said.

The mother of Brian, a Walmart janitor who would have been 39 the following week, described him in an emotional phone call to ABC as unselfish and someone who would give you the shirt off their back.

Michelle Johnson told the newspaper, “He had a really huge heart.” ‘He would buy lunch for anyone who desired laughter or companionship. He would purchase anything in an instant.

According to his mother, Pendleton ‘liked’ his job as a Walmart janitor for over eleven years.

She stated, “He was just a diligent worker and a wonderful child.”

At around 10:12 p.m., the shooter began fire at the store’s break room, which is located in the store’s rear. The initial 911 calls were received at 10:12 p.m., and officers arrived at the site at 10:14 p.m. By the time they reached the store at 10:16 p.m., the gunman had already committed suicide.

 

 

 

The mother of murdered employee Lorenzo Gamble, 43, mourned that her son, who had worked at the business for 15 years and was about to transfer to another location, had left behind a family.

Brian Baker, named by DailMail.com as the boyfriend of Kellie Pyle, wrote a post on Wednesday commemorating his girlfriend.

Tyneka Johnson, a 22-year-old shop employee, was described by her family as “the kindest lady who never disturbed anyone.” Wednesday, her cousin Rashawnda Ruffin posted a tribute to her cousin on Facebook.

The mother went on to relate the terror she and her husband experienced on Tuesday when they received a phone call from a family member informing them that a shooting had occurred at the store. They were promptly informed that their kid had had undisclosed injuries and was receiving treatment at the nearby Norfolk General Hospital, where they rushed to visit him.

‘We waited, and then the cops came out with a nurse, and they led us to a separate room, and that’s when they informed us he didn’t make it,’ Johnson was quoted as saying, choking back tears.

I only wondered if he was terrified at the moment. I am familiar with my son. I did not wish for him to experience fear or pain.

The six victims of the Virginia rampage by a Walmart manager

  • • Chesapeake resident Brian Pendleton, 38 years old
  • • Kellie Pyle, age 52, of Chesapeake
  • • Lorenzo Gamble, age 43, of Chesapeake
  • • Randy Belvins, age 70, of Chesapeake
  • • Tyneka Johnson, age 22 and from Portsmouth
  • • A boy, 16 years old, from Chesapeake whose name and photo are being concealed because he is a minor

The relatives of Tyneka Johnson, a 22-year-old shop employee, described her as “the loveliest lady who never troubled anyone.”

Her cousin Rashawnda Ruffin said on Facebook, “Damn cousin!” I’m sad that this happened so soon after you had made so many plans, but I suppose God had other ideas. So there will be no further phone calls? No longer emailing images of your tattoos for me to choose?

“I’m speechless; it was nothing but laughter and jokes. LONG LIVE TYNEKA!”

It is unclear if the other two victims, Blevins, 70, and the juvenile, 16, were also shop employees.

In addition to the six fatalities, authorities reported that four others who were in the breakroom at the time of the shooting remained hospitalized as of Wednesday morning. Six or more individuals were brought to hospitals for treatment. Police discovered Bing’s body together with the bodies of two other victims in the breakroom.

Tuesday night around 11 p.m., immediately after the mass murder, FBI officers stormed Bing’s $300,000, three-bedroom residence, where he lived alone.

The SWAT squad used a battering hammer to smash down the door of the residence before searching it for evidence, according to locals.

Images depict investigators investigating a shed in the backyard and collecting bags containing clothes and water bottles.

Another neighbor remarked that Bing was a recluse, adding, “I never saw him outside of cutting his grass.” I was shocked to hear the news, but I never knew him well. He maintained his own counsel.

Another, identified as Marcus, told DailyMail.com, ‘I was quite astonished by the entire situation.

You read about it in the news, but you don’t anticipate it to occur in your area. In particular since this street is so peaceful.

I did not know him and never saw him. I have always found it peculiar that the two automobiles did not go forward.

Never did I see them move. One was a dark SUV, and the other was a bright Ford.

I believe he was alone since I never saw anyone else there. Such a tranquil environment.’

On Wednesday evening, members of the community gathered for a candlelight vigil organized by Bishop Susan Haynes at St. Thomas Chesapeake church.

Images depict authorities searching the backyard shed and removing bags containing clothing and water bottles.

Bishop Susan Haynes of the St. Thomas, Chesapeake church hosted a candlelight vigil attended by community members.

Bishop Susan Haynes (above) addresses the vigil’s attendees.

 

 

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