BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A former federal officer convicted in a two-day shooting rampage in Maryland has been sentenced to two life terms for killing his estranged wife and shooting a man who tried to help her.
The state’s attorney called Eulalio Tordil a psychopath and said he got what he deserved.
New video shows Tordil stalking his estranged wife Gladys. Unbeknownst to her, he pulled into their daughters’ high school in Beltsville, then calmly walked over to her black SUV, and shot her six times.
A good Samaritan walks over to help, and Tordil opens fire on him, too.
Tordil got life sentences for each shooting.
“He deserved an eternity in jail, and he got that this morning,” said Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Angela Alsobrooks said.
Tordil was on leave from his job as a federal protective services officer after his wife filed a protective order alleging abuse.
“I saw the guy earlier transporting me. He called me sir. I said don’t call me sir because I don’t deserve to be called sir. I’m a disgrace to the men in blue,” Tordil said duirng his confession.
In the surveillance video, you can see Tordil’s stepdaughter running to her mom’s car, and for the first time, prosecutors released her chilling 911 call on Wednesday.
“My mom was in the car and my stepfather came out of nowhere, and then, he tried getting inside the car. She was beeping and screaming, and she couldn’t get out. She couldn’t get out. She told me to run.”
After murdering his wife, Tordil went on a shooting spree at Montgomery Mall, where he killed two other people, then fled, before police surrounded his car and took him into custody.
“He is ruthless,” Alsobrooks said. “He is unable to empathize with other people. He is a guy who is a psychopath.”
There is no chance Tordil will ever get out of prison.