May 8, 2016
He could have opened an ethnic restaurant… instead he became a federal cop and went on a murder rampage.
Along with the many benefits of multiculturalism – which include, but are maybe not limited to, ethnic restaurants – there are a few negatives, such as non-stop murderous rampages.
Police say they’ve seen no signs of remorse from a federal police officer accused of a two-day shooting spree in a string of suburban parking lots in Maryland that left three people dead and three wounded.
Eulalio Tordil, 62, of Adelphi is scheduled to make an initial court appearance Monday in Rockville, a suburb near the nation’s capital, on charges including first-degree murder.
Police said the shootings began Thursday when Tordil fatally shot his estranged wife — Gladys Tordil, a chemistry teacher — in a high-school parking lot. A bystander was wounded.
The shootings continued Friday at two different mall parking lots. At the first, one man was killed and his friend was wounded while coming to the aid of a woman, who also was wounded. At the second, a woman was shot and killed in her car.
Police said Saturday that the shootings a day earlier were likely botched carjackings. They also identified the victims who died in the Friday shootings: Malcom Winffel, 45, of Boyds, was shot and killed at the first crime scene Friday. Claudina Molina, 65, of Silver Spring, died at the final crime scene.
They were both Mexican.
All the victims appear to have been Mexican.
At a news conference Saturday night, Montgomery County Assistant Police Chief Russ Hamill said Winffel and his friend, who was not identified, were coming to the carjacking victim’s aid when they were shot.
At Saturday’s news conference, Hamill said Tordil spoke to investigators a little about the shootings. “I would not describe him as being remorseful,” Hamill said.
Hamill said a search of Tordil’s car uncovered a .40-caliber Glock handgun that was used in Friday’s shootings. Hamill said police believe it also was used in Thursday’s shooting of Gladys Tordil but that more testing is needed to confirm.
Tordil, a federal security officer employed by the Federal Protective Service, was put on administrative duties in March after a protective order was issued against him when his wife said he had threatened to harm her if she left him, The Washington Post reported (http://wapo.st/1WOrwyg). Tordil subjected their children to “intense-military-like discipline,” such as pushups and detention in a dark closet, according to the order.
The protective service said Tordil’s weapon, badge and credentials were taken when he was placed on leave.
Tordil also got into trouble in 2008; a report from the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s inspector general says that Tordil entered into a civil settlement and paid HUD nearly $16,000 after he obtained a $27,000 discount on a property through a federal program but failed to live up to the program rules, which required him to live in the property where he received the discount.
LOL abusing a minority loan system!
Do we really need this stuff in our society???