Chilling video shows Chesapeake Walmart shooter Andre Bing LAUGHING with coworkers
A bizarre video shot by a coworker shows Andre Bing trying to avoid the camera as he realized he was being filmed
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CHESAPEAKE, VIRGINIA: Andre Bing's coworkers have revealed more details regarding the Chesapeake Walmart shooter's "strange behavior," including a bizarre video in which he avoids the camera. Former coworkers characterized overnight team leader Andre Bing as paranoid but claimed they could not have predicted the horrifying massacre. Bing killed six coworkers before taking his own life.
Shaundrayia Reese, 27, claimed that from 2014 to 2018, she stocked shelves at the Virginia Walmart branch alongside Bing, The Sun reported. She said Bing "didn't do social media," and claimed she caught him dodging the camera once as she was filming. "He put tape on his phone, on the camera. Always used to tell us the government was watching," Reese told NBC News. Bing entered the store's break area as the team was about to begin their shift on the night of the shooting, according to the police, .
He went on to kill six coworkers before turning the gun on himself. Tyneka Johnson, 22; Lorenzo Gamble, 43; Brian Pendleton, 38; Kellie Pyle, 52, and Randall Blevins, 70 are among the victims of the mass shooting. Bing shot himself at the end and was discovered lifeless and holding a firearm with many magazines.
Reese claimed she never saw a violent side to the shooter and considered him "a little off," despite the alarming indications. In a video Reese once recorded, Bing seems to be laughing. In the video posted on Facebook, he is heard saying, "We was driving in the back and I was parking it and everything. Matter of fact, it's more fun than driving a car." Later, after realizing Reese is filming, he avoids the camera and laughs with her.
Joshua Johnson, a different former coworker, recalled a terrifying threat Bing made. As reported by CNN, Johnson said, "If he ever lost his job, he would take revenge, and people would remember who he was." Images of police executing a search warrant at Bing's residence surfaced on Wednesday. According to a source who spoke to WAVY news, a manifesto that detailed annoyances with a recent change in his employment status were found on his phone. These reports haven't been officially confirmed yet. According to several coworkers, Bing had problems getting along with people, and he developed a reputation at the store where he had worked since 2010.