Walmart Mass Shooter Says He was ‘Led by Satan’ to Murder Colleagues

His co-workers laughed and compared him to Jeffrey Dahmer.

QUICK FACTS:
  • A note left by Chesapeake, Virginia mass shooter Andre Bing said he believed he was being “led by Satan” to kill his Walmart co-workers.
  • Bing, 31, said in his suicide note that his fellow employees were “idiots with low intelligence” who “harassed” and “tormented” him and said he was “like Jeffrey Dahmer.”
  • The shooter also claimed his colleagues were guilty of smiling “evil twisted” grins at him and that they wanted him gone.
  • The November 22 shooting took place during a night shift where Bing, the manager, shot and killed Brian Pendleton, Randall Blevins, Lorenzo Gamble, Kellie Pyle, and Tyneka Johnson, all of whom were circled on a kill list.
PORTIONS OF THE NOTE:
  • In his note, Bing said, ” The associates gave me evil twisted grins, mocked me and celebrated my down fall the last day. That’s why they suffer the same fate as me. My true intent was never to murder anyone believe it or not, I was actually one of the most loving people in the world if you would get to know me.”
  • “I just wanted a wife that was equally yoked as I and obsessed over the thought. However I didn’t deserve a wife. I hope that people will learn from everyone’s mistakes and truly love God and not the material possessions of the world. My only wish would have been to start over from scratch and that my parents would have paid closer attention to my social deficits,” Bing went on writing.
  • “Sorry everyone but I did not plan this, I promise things just fell in place like I was led by the Satan.”
BACKGROUND:
  • Colorado Springs, Colorado was also the scene of a recent mass shooting.
  • Suspect Anderson Lee Aldrich is encircled by strange details, for example, his father, Aaron Brink, thought that his son had died in 2016 until just months ago, according to his recent comments to the media.
  • Brink, a former MMA fighter and adult film star, then seemed to praise his son for the “violent behavior” he displayed as a child.