Virginia Walmart gunman's manifesto claims he was 'betrayed' by coworkers he killed, felt 'led by' Satan

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Andre Bing -- an employee and accused gunman behind six murders at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia on Tuesday -- left a manifesto blaming the deadly violence on "torment" by employees and demonic influences.
"Sorry god I let you down, it wasn't your fault it was my own. I failed to listen to the moans of the Holy Spirit, which made me a poor representation of you," Bing wrote in a note released by Chesapeake Police Department on Friday.
Chesapeake city officials identified Bing as the gunman, who is believed to have killed six people before police say he turned his pistol on himself.
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Bing legally bought the 9mm pistol at a local store on the morning of the shooting, police said on Friday. He had no criminal record. Police found a box of ammunition and "various items related to the 9mm pistol (box, receipt, other papers)" at Bing's home.
CHESAPEAKE, VIRGINIA WALMART GUNMAN ANDRE BING'S MANIFESTO: READ FULL TEXT
Bing wrote that he was "harassed by idiots with low intelligence and a lack of wisdom," specifically mentioning an incident in which his "dignity was completely stripped beyond repair because my phone was hacked."
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The "Death Note" contains several anecdotes about what Bing believed to be targeted harassment by his co-workers. He goes on to say he believes those around him are intentionally bothering him and sabotaging his life.
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"A few months ago I had overheard [REDACTED] speaking to [REDACTED] and he told me he had been trying to get rid of me since day one. After hearing that I was lashing out. The staff sneered at me and celebrated my downfall on the last day. So they suffer the same fate as me," Bing wrote.
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He closed the screed by claiming he was a "loving" person and saying he wanted to find a wife but "didn't deserve one".
"My real intention was never to murder anyone, believe it or not, I was actually one of the most loving people in the world if you got to know me. I just wanted a woman who was as subjugated as I was and obsessed with the thought; but I don't deserve a woman," Bing wrote.
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The document contains recurring religious themes and references to God and the demonic, with Bing writing, "Sorry I didn't plan this, I promise things just worked out like I was guided by Satan."
At one point, Bing says a co-worker "radiated the Holy Spirit" and "unlike me, she actually listened to the Holy Spirit."
He then goes on to say that the person "knew they were upsetting me, so one day they came up to me in HR and apologized to me. On her last day, she looked into my eyes, startled by a demonic aura.”
The text concludes with the statement: "My God, forgive me for what I will do."

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