Was Andre Bing being harassed? Walmart shooter's manifesto detailed anger over change in employment status

Andre Bing reportedly had a manifesto on his phone explaining the alleged abuse he suffered from employees

Was Andre Bing being harassed? Walmart shooter's manifesto detailed anger over change in employment status
The police have revealed that Andre Bing had a deadly manifesto in which he explained he was upset about the change in his employment status. (Chesapeake Police Department)
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CHESAPEAKE, VIRGINIA: Andre Bing, the Walmart gunman who killed six people in a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, had a manifesto on his phone explaining the alleged abuse he suffered from employees. He also explained that he was upset about a change in his employment status, as explained by the police. Bing's manifesto has not been made public yet but the officials explain that it claims that his co-workers were harassing him. 

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Andre Bing, the former manager of the Walmart store, was identified as the shooter and the police have revealed that he was upset about the change in employment status, according to his manifesto. Daily Mail also interviewed Bing's neighbor who revealed that she saw the shooter leave for his usual shift in silence. She said, "I am shocked, especially when I saw the amount of people that were dead. I was even more shocked when I found out it was him. I only realized when I saw the FBI here this morning. My daughter saw them get here last night with the battering ram but I didn’t hear anything. He kept himself to himself, he was always alone. No one else lived in that house." Bing killed Lorenzo Gamble, Brian Pendleton, Kellie Pyle, Randall Blevins, Tyneka Johnson, and a 16-year-old boy who has not been identified by the police yet.

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Andre Bing's deadly manifesto

The outlet has also revealed that the victims' friends would regularly have arguments with Bing over working on the weekends. Bing, 31, walked into the break room of the Walmart and attacked those on the list he wanted to target. A Walmart's spokesperson released a statement saying, "While details of the tragic incident in our Chesapeake, Virginia store are still emerging, authorities have confirmed multiple fatalities. We are focused on doing everything we can to support our associates and their families at this time. The alleged shooter has been identified as Andre Bing. We can confirm that he was a Walmart associate." 

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A Walmart employee recounted the events and told MARCA, "He plotted this for sure. He just started capping people." He explained that once Bing was done, he shot himself. He continued, "Sadly, we lost a few of our associates, but I'm whole y'all." Walmart's spokesperson explained that Bing was with the superstore since 2010 saying, "Andre’s position with the company was overnight team lead and he’s been employed with us since 2010. We are thankful for the local first responders and will continue to work with local law enforcement as they continue their investigation."

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