“They Said I Was Like Jeffrey Dahmer, Andre Bing’s “Death Note” Shows!

Walmart mass shooter Andre Bing wrote a rambling “Death Note” in which he called his co-workers “idiots” for comparing him to a cannibal serial killer. They laughed and called me Jeffrey Dahmer. Bing wrote, “Sorry everyone but I did not plan this I swear things just fell into place like I was guided by Satan,” before killing six coworkers in the break room at the start of their night shift Tuesday.

Dahmer was a notorious loner who murdered 17 young men, some of whom he sought to make into sex zombies and ate body parts. 1994 jail death. Chesapeake, Virginia police revealed Bing’s censored screed after forensically analyzing his phone following his massacre and suicide. The morning of the rampage, lonely Bing legally obtained a 9mm handgun.

Bing, 31, apologized for his impending act and blamed others for teasing him in his terrifying letter. “I was one of the most loving individuals in the world if you got to know me. My true purpose was never to murder anyone.” “My sole wish was to start anew and that my parents would have paid greater attention to my social deficit,” Bing wrote.

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Bing, 31, apologized for his impending act and blamed others for teasing him in his terrifying letter. “I was one of the most loving individuals in the world if you got to know me. My true purpose was never to murder anyone.” “They said I was like Jeffrey Dahmer,” Andre Bing‘s “Death Note” shows.“My sole wish was to start anew and that my parents would have paid greater attention to my social deficit,” Bing wrote. He said that a female coworker had a “demonic aura” and blamed her for never getting to know him.

“They Said I Was Like Jeffrey Dahmer, Andre Bing’s “Death Note” Shows!

In one section, the 31-year-old regretted not finding a bride that would participate in his obsessiveness, writing: “I merely wanted a wife that was similarly yoked as I and obsessed about thinking; unfortunately, I didn’t deserve a marriage.” “I have a particular place in my heart for her because my mother died from cancer,” Bing said of his decision to spare a cancer-stricken coworker.

“My God pardons me for what I’m going to do…” he wrote. A 2017 Facebook post suggests Bing experienced mental illness. Pervis Bing, the gunman’s brother, posted in September 2017: “my brother was battling paranoid schizophrenia around this time and life was kinda bleak…”

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Bing wrote in his “Death Note”: “I failed my management team and everyone that ever loved me by telling them I was normal.” On Friday, Chesapeake police identified Fernando Chavez-Barron, the 16-year-old murdered in Tuesday’s rampage. Former victims included 38-year-old Brian Pendleton, 52-year-old Kellie Pyle, 43-year-old Lorenzo Gamble, 70-year-old Randy Belvins, and 22-year-old Tyneka Johnson.

Bing, a night shift manager, entered the Chesapeake Walmart break room before 10:15 p.m. Tuesday and opened fire on colleagues getting ready to work. One co-worker who survived the shooting said Bing seemed to target people and fired at some victims after they were hit and appeared dead.

“The way he was acting—he was going hunting,” Jessica Wilczewski recalled. “He picked folks out by looking at their looks and doing what he did.” Bing admits to having “anger issues” and was known as an aggressive, if not hostile, supervisor. He could make people laugh and seemed to be dealing with the usual work stress.

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