Andre Bing’s KILL LIST with names of 18 Walmart coworkers found from trash can after FBI missed it earlier
CHESAPEAKE, VIRGINIA: Several reports say that Andre Bing, the gunman who killed six people at Walmart, left a kill list outside his house marking one of the victims' names. The list, obtained from a trash can, reportedly features 18 fellow supermarket employees with their names marked including Tyneka Johnson, 22, who was killed by him on Tuesday, November 22, in Chesapeake, Virginia.
Additionally, he shot and killed Kellie Pyle, Randall Blevins, Lorenzo Gamble, Brian Pendleton, and a minor Fernando Jesus Chavez. The list obtained by Daily Mail did not contain their names. The publication reported that Bing, 31, threw away his target list and screenshots of security footage from October before committing the horrifying crime. A black-clad individual can be seen entering Walmart just before midnight in the screenshot. Data regarding his coworkers' schedules, departments they were assigned to, and break times were included on the list that was thrown away next to the picture. The report also reveals that the $300,000 three-bedroom home was raided by the FBI on Wednesday, November 23, but it appears they missed the evidence that was lurking in the shadows.
The unreleased manifesto includes allegations that he was being harassed by his coworkers at the superstore Walmart. Bing, who according to his neighbors, lived alone, kept his shoes neatly arranged next to the entrance and appeared to be remodeling the house by piling bricks in the backyard. The property's rear yard included an unfilled paint tray and roller, and a lawnmower was locked inside a barn that was searched by investigators on Wednesday.
There were additional packages from Amazon and other electrical devices with their tags still attached, like a steel 'multi gym' and a Shark Roomba. A document organizer was lying idly on the killer's kitchen counter, and there were several dead plants spread throughout the room. A few hours after the shooting, the FBI conducted a raid on his disorderly home. Agents seized documents, clothing, and water bottles, according to reports.
The finding of the marked list also supports Walmart shooting survivor Jessica Wilczewski's claims, which she made to reporters, that the shooter "had issues" with a few people and that he saved her life by asking her to "Jessie, go home," New York Post reported. She said, "The way he was looking at people’s faces and the way he did what he did, he was picking people out. What I do know is that he made sure who he wanted dead, was dead,” Wilczewski said, adding, "He went back and shot dead bodies that were already dead to make sure," as cited by Daily Mail.
The shooting rampage by Bing is not the first instance. The retail giant has previously experienced gun violence when a shooter opened fire at a location in El Paso, Texas in 2019, leaving 23 people dead.