Wal-Mart shooting spoke of having “a demonic aura”

Americans were horrified last week when a Walmart manager in Chesapeake, Virginia fatally shot six co-workers in his store’s break room before turning the gun on himself.

New details about the crime have emerged, including a document in which the shooter spoke of being “led by the Satan” and having “a demonic aura.” 

Shooter complained of being “harassed by idiots with low intelligence”

That’s according to Fox News, which published the manifesto left behind this past Tuesday by 31-year-old Andre Bing.

In it, the gunman complained of having been “harassed by idiots with low intelligence and a lack of wisdom,” including an incident at work in which his phone was hacked. Bing asserted that this resulted in his dignity being “completely taken away beyond repair.”

“A few months back I had overheard [REDACTED] talking to [REDACTED] and he told me that he had been trying to get rid of me since day one,” the shooter went on to add.

“After I heard that I lashed out. The associates gave me twisted grins, mocked me and celebrated my downfall the last day. That’s why they suffer the same fate as me,” he declared.

Bing went on to insist that his “true intent was never to murder anyone believe it or not,” claim that he “was actually one of the most loving people in the world if you would get to know me.”

Bing also asserted that he “just wanted a wife that was equally yoked as I,” an idea he admitted to being “obsessed” with. However, the mass killer ultimately concluded that he “didn’t deserve a wife.”

Wal-Mart bans employees from carrying weapons

Walmart has been criticized in the past for its policy of banning employees from carrying weapons even in states where it is legal for them to do so.

The website RedState reported in 2017 that a Pennsylvania police officer who also worked part-time at Wal-Mart during his off-duty hours was fired after he entered the store while armed.

Meanwhile, a mass shooting was halted by a legally armed customer the following year at a Wal-Mart location in Washington state.