Gladys Tordil: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know


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Gladys Tordil was shot dead by her estranged husband, Eulalio Tordil, while picking up her children from school, Prince George’s County Police say. Now police are saying that Eulalio may be connected to another set of shootings that took place today. One of the shootings happened at the Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda, Maryland, where three people were shot, including one person who was killed. A second shooting took place about eight miles away at a Giant grocery store in Aspen Hill, where a woman was killed.

The suspect is now in custody, according to ABC 7.

Here’s what you need to know.

1. Gladys Ubaldo Tordil Was Shot by Her Estranged Husband While Picking Up Her Children at School

Gladys Ubaldo Tordil, 44, was shot while she was parked in her SUV at High Point High School in Prince George’s County. According to police, Eulalio, 62, followed her to the school, where she was picking up her two children. He had a confrontation with Gladys, shot a Good Samaritan and then shot her multiple times, police said. The shooting was caught on surveillance video.

One of her daughters saw the whole thing, Fox 5 DC reported. Eulalio fled the scene. He was taken into custody by police on Friday afternoon, ABC 7 reported:

2. Eulalio May Be Connected to Two Additional Shootings in Maryland This Morning

Police are now saying that Eulalio may be connected to two more shootings that happened in Maryland this morning. According to Prince George’s County Police, they are “looking into the possibility” that Eulalio may have been involved in one or both of this morning’s shootings.

The first shooting took place at Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda, Maryland, ABC News reported. A suspect got in an argument and shot one person and then shot two more people who came to help the victim, Montgomery County police said. One of the three victims died, one is in critical condition, and a third did not have life-threatening injuries.

About eight miles away, at a Giant grocery store in the Aspen Hill area, another woman was shot and killed.

3. Gladys Had a Protective Order Against Eulalio

Gladys had a protective order against her husband, according to WJLA-TV. They were estranged and the protective order was issued on March 16, according to ABC 7. After the protective order was issued, police seized weapons from Eulalio’s home. You can see the order here:

4. Gladys Tordil Was a High School Science Teacher and Had Two Daughters

Gladys was a respected high school science teacher at nearby Parkdale High School, according to the school’s website.

One of her students, Arnold Natalia, wrote on Facebook: “My honors chemistry teacher for my 11th grade year passed away. I always remember how hard you were on me. We bumped heads here and there during class. You made me love chemistry and pushed me to succeed. How hard you were on me, helped me pass. You will always live on.”

Another former student of Gladys’, Yung Nato, wrote on Facebook: “I wasn’t even supposed to pass but you looked out for me. It breaks my heart because you were such a good person and you shouldn’t have gone like that. I’ll always remember Gladys Tordil. And thank you for everything! May you watch over me and my daughter.”

Meanwhile, the High Point High School community, where Tordil’s two daughters Grace and Nikki are both seniors, is putting together a fund to help support them as they get ready to start college in the fall. The GoFundMe page is at this link.

Many students and former students left condolences for Gladys on Twitter:

5. Eulalio Tordil Worked for the Department of Homeland Security And May Have Threatened ‘Suicide by Cop’

Gladys’ husband, Eulalio, worked for the Department of Homeland Security. He was an employee of the Federal Protective Service, which is part of DHS, according to Prince George’s Police. He worked as a special administrator at the GS-12 level, which paid $90,744 in 2014 in Washington D.C., according to Before joining the FPS, he worked for the Bureau of Immigrations & Customs Enforcement as a Security Administrator.

According to Tordil’s wanted poster, he may have made threats to commit suicide by cop. He was apprehended on Friday afternoon, according to ABC 7, in the Aspen Hill area.


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Alex Reed

Congratulations, it only took you one sentence to be racist and sexist, at the same time!


Have they identified the family court judge(s) and
family lawyers involved in the killing and destruction of half
the Tordil family (Gladys and Eulalid) and related deaths
of about three others? Another Maryland massacre
at the hands of a family court. Shame on the Maryland
legislature for not abolishing: family litigation, ex parte
tactical protection orders, and vague laws used with them.
Family courts and the tactical protection orders entered by
them are clearly a leading cause of violence, suicide,
homicide and a significant percentage of the really deep
suffering found throughout Maryland (and the US); the
whole process is directed at generating lucrative conflict
and bankrupting families, using vulnerable children and
distressed parents with young kids as the tools, all to
generate big fees for greedy, sociopathic, lying serial
child killers, who we fondly refer to as “family lawyers.”

Alex Reed

Thank you! I’m glad there are “some” people out there, that are smart enough to READ BETWEEN the LINES!

Eulalio Tordil was kicked out of his OWN home, labeled an “abuser”, lost custody of his kids, AND forced to pay $1,000 a month to the “accuser”!…. ALL based on an ACCUSATION! Done with an ex-parte’ order, (ex-parte’ means: without trial)! Eulalio Tordil was NEVER convicted of anything. His MOST BASIC civil rights were violated in MANY ways! The man was likely being falsely accused! The motive?…. “sole possession of the house for the accuser”, $1,000 a month CASH to the “accuser”, “sole possession of the family car to the accuser”, and custody of the kids, along with having the upper hand in the future divorce (because Eulalio was now labeled a domestic abuser.. with NO trial whatsoever)!

THAT is WHY Eulalio Tordil murdered 3 people! The PROTECTIVE ORDER actually CAUSED the violence, that it was designed to prevent! It has happened before, and it WILL happen again!…. because our lawmakers are too stupid to UPHOLD the CONSTITUTION! You know, innocent, until proven guilty?

The magistrate who issued the Protective Order should be in PRISON, as well as many other lawmakers (and the LEO’s who served the order) that are ENCOURAGING the FALSE ACCUSATIONS! They ALL took an oath to the Constitution, but VIOLATE it….. EVERY SINGLE DAY!!!

Keep serving those Protective Orders and Restraining Orders…… the VIOLENCE will FOLLOW!

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