The gunman in this week's deadly Walmart shooting in Chesapeake, Virginia, purchased the handgun he used the morning of the attack and left a "death note," outlining grievances against people in his life, city officials said Friday.

The note -- found on his phone -- talks about God, the holy spirit, and how the author felt his "associates" were mocking him. Walmart uses the term associates for some of its employees.

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CNN's Dianne Gallagher, Josh Campbell, Michelle Watson and Andi Babineau contributed to this report.

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