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The Chesapeake, Va. Walmart shooting suspect who opened fire in the store, killing six co-workers, displayed paranoid behavior about the government watching him, a co-worker said.
Andre Bing, 31, the night shift supervisor, allegedly opened fire on his colleagues inside a break room before turning the gun on himself. The incident took place just after 10 p.m. Tuesday at the Sam’s Circle Superstore.
Shaundrayia Reese, 27, a longtime Bing colleague who worked with him from 2015 to 2018, said he used to keep his phone camera taped and “didn’t social media “.
She recalled that she was once shooting a video of her co-workers and Bing “kind of jumped out of the way” to avoid being filmed.
“He always said the government was watching him. He didn’t like social media and he kept black tape on his phone’s camera. Everyone always thought something was wrong with him,” she said.
“He didn’t like being recorded. He was always afraid that the government would listen.
Meanwhile, a chilling “manifesto” was found on Bing’s cell phone, in which he allegedly laid out the motive for the mass shooting.
A law enforcement source told 10 On Your Side that in the document, Bing described being “upset” about a recent change in employment status and complained of being “harassed” by colleagues.
His other colleagues said he had a lot of “issues” with other staff and displayed threatening behavior before the shooting.
Joshua Johnson, a former Walmart employee who worked as a maintenance worker at the store until 2019, said Bing gave a heartbreaking warning about what he could do if he lost his job.
“He said if he got fired from his job he would fight back and people would remember who he was,” Mr Johnson said. CN.
Chesapeake shooting suspect Andre Bing was ‘paranoid government was watching him’
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