Walmart shooting Virginia latest: Andre Bing ‘targeted’ specific victims in Chesapeake rampage, witness says

Police spokesperson updates on Walmart shooting

A heartbreaking “manifesto” was found on the cellphone of Walmart gunman Andre Bing, who revealed his motivation for the mass shooting in Virginia that killed six co-workers and injured at least four other victims before Thanksgiving.

Witnesses described how the horrific events unfolded late Tuesday when Bing opened fire in the staff locker room, as investigators tried to piece together a motive.

A law enforcement source told local media that Bing was “upset” by the recent change in employment status and complained that he was “harassed” by his fellow employees. A former colleague said he was paranoid the government was watching him and didn’t like being recorded. A witness claims she saw him target someone during the attack.

The information about a potential motive comes as family members of a 23-year-old Walmart employee revealed she is fighting for her life on air after being shot in the attack.

Blake Williams wasn’t even supposed to work that night but had to switch for a co-worker. His cousin said he can’t breathe on his own right now.


What do we know about the shooting?

Here’s what we know so far about the mass shooting at Walmart’s Chesapeake branch.

Oliver O’Connell24 November 2022 21:30


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These are the six victims of the Chesapeake Walmart shooting

Night shift team leader Andre Bing went into the break room where 14 employees were meeting just after 10:00 p.m. and opened fire. Then he turned the gun on himself.

Here’s what we know about the six victims.

Oliver O’Connell24 November 2022 21:00


Here’s what we know about the suspected gunman in the Chesapeake Walmart mass shooting

Andre Bing, 31, of Chesapeake, is accused of starting a fire inside a vacation home on Sam’s Circle on Tuesday at 10 p.m.

This is what we know about him.

Oliver O’Connell24 November 2022 20:30


The death toll may rise

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Chesapeake Walmart attack calls for workplace violence prevention

According to workplace safety and human resources experts, workers too often don’t know how to recognize the warning signs, and more importantly don’t know how to report suspicious behavior or feel empowered to do so.

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Walmart gunman Andre Bing’s chilling ‘manifesto’ found on phone

A law enforcement source said 10 Beside you that, in the document, Bing, 31, stated that he was “upset” because of a recent change in employment status and complained that he was “harassed” by his fellow employees.

Officials have not confirmed the existence of the manifesto and have not yet released the motive for Tuesday night’s massacre.


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President Joe Biden has condemned the proliferation of semi-automatic weapons and the fact that some parts of the country have not implemented so-called “red flag laws” to prevent people who pose a danger to themselves or others.

Mr. Biden made the speech on Thanksgiving Day in Nantucket, after he handed out wreaths of flowers to firefighters.

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Analysis: Walmart has faced calls to ban gun sales for years. Will Chesapeake change that?

By the nature of its sheer size, with thousands of stores across the United States, the nation’s largest retailer is at the center of the debate over gun sales and a well-known site of American violence. Alex Woodward reports.

Oliver O’Connell24 November 2022 18:30


The witness says, it seems that the shooter targeted some people

A Walmart supervisor who shot and killed six co-workers in Virginia appeared to be targeting people, shooting some of the victims after they had already been beaten and appeared to be dead, a witness who was present when the shooting began said.

Jessica Wilczewski said workers were gathered in a store break room to begin their night shift late Tuesday when team leader Andre Bing walked in and opened fire with a handgun. While another witness described Bing shooting wildly, Wilczewski said she saw him aiming at some people.

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“The way he was acting — he was going hunting,” Wilczewski told The Associated Press on Thursday. “The way he looked at people’s faces and the way he acted, he chose people.”

She said she watched him shoot people who were already on the ground.

“All I know is that he made sure that whoever died, died,” she said. “He went back and shot the bodies that were already dead. Just to make sure.”

Wilczewski said he’s only been at the store for five days and doesn’t know who Bing has been dealing with or having issues with. She said that the fact that he was a new employee might be why he saved her.

She said that after the shooting started, a colleague sitting next to her pulled her under the table to hide. She said that at one point, Bing told her to get out from under the table. But when he saw who it was, he said to her, “Jessie, go home.” She said she slowly got up and then left the store.

Oliver O’Connell24 November 2022 18:22


Analysis: Why can’t America end this deadly armed violence?

You run out of words and you run out of feelings, Andrew Buncombe writes.

But along with sympathy for the victims, there are two other emotions that flow and don’t go away. And they are angry and angry.

Oliver O’Connell24 November 2022 18:00


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