A chilling revelation has surfaced in the Death Note left by the latest Walmart shooter on Tuesday.
More details related to the shooting at a Virginia Walmart have been confirmed by the Chesapeake State Police Department, according to AP News.
As previously reported by The US Sun, the shooter, 31-year-old Walmart supervisor Andre Bing, wrote a death note on his phone that contained nearly 11 paragraphs of text before the attack.
Law enforcement officials have now unveiled a startling statement from Bing, included at the beginning of the note, which referred to Satan playing a role in Bing’s decisions.
“Sorry I didn’t plan this, I promise things just worked out like I was guided by Satan,” Bing said.
Other comments from Bing in the note reportedly described his desire to “start over,” including about how he was harassed at work.
“My only wish would have been to start all over again and for my parents to take better care of my social deficiencies,” he wrote.
Bing also went on to say that he wished he had a wife but felt he didn’t deserve it.
According to AP News, some employees had already stated that Bing was “difficult to use” and hostile at certain points.
Because of this, Bing employee Jessica Wilczewski, who survived, believes Bing targeted specific people in its killing spree, which she saw.
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“The way he was acting – he was hunting,” Wilczewski told The Associated Press.
“The way he looked at people’s faces and the way he did what he did, he chose people,” she continued.
Overall, law enforcement identified the victims of the shooting as Brian Pendleton, 38; Kelly Pyle; Lorenzo Gamble, 43; Randy Blevins, 70; Tyneka Johnson, 22; and 16-year-old Fernando Chavez-Barron.
Chavez-Barron’s name was only recently released by police due to his age.
Bing suffered self-inflicted gunshot wounds and was found dead at the scene.
Briana Tyler, another surviving witness who was in the break room during the Nov. 22 shooting, said she found it hard to believe Bing opened fire.
“First I froze because I thought I was like in a simulation,” she explained in a video with ABC News on TikTok.
“I think it was the fact that I recognized his face, if it was someone I’d never seen before then I felt like it would have been [more] real,” Tyler continued.
Four who were also injured in the incident are said to still be in hospital, with one person in critical condition and another reportedly making improvements.
Chesapeake Police also confirmed that Bing was using a 9mm handgun that he legally purchased just hours before the shooting.
According to police, he had no criminal record.
Walmart has told The US Sun that they are continuing to work with local law enforcement in their investigation.
“Andre’s position at the company was overnight team leader and he has been with us since 2010. We are grateful to the local first responders and will continue to work with local law enforcement as they continue their investigation,” a representative said.
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