SEX SWINGER MURDERER SENTENCED!

ADA—The man convicted of killing a church pastor—at the behest of the minister’s wife—(all three of whom are believed to have been involved in a sex swinger tryst that was arranged  vis a vis the notorious Craig’s List) has been given a life-term sentence with the possibility of parole.

The pastor’s wife has already been convicted and sentenced of persuading Kahlil Square to murder her husband and is serving her sentence behind bars.

The pastor and his wife met the stranger (Mr. Square), prosecutors said, at the Super 8 hotel in Moore for sex last year in January.

That’s how story began, a story that would, eventually, lead to murder.

The final chapter in the sordid tale came to an end last week.

That’s when a judge gave a life sentence to Mr. Squqrefor shooting to death Rev. David Evans last year.

Mr. Moore, 27, a resident of Moore, will not be eligible for parole until he is in his 60’s.

He told the judge he was truly, deeply sorry for his crime, that he accepts responsibility and that it haunt every day.

His attorney and prosecutors agreed he acted at the request of the pastor’s wife, Kristie Evans.

The defense attorney, Tony Coleman, said Mr. Square was a victim, too.

“He was under the clutches of a master manipulator,” Mr. Coleman told the judge.   “Kahlil Square would not have ever killed David Evans–he would not have even thought of it–except for Kristie Evans.”

Kristie Evans, 49, already is serving a life sentence for her role in the murder.   She will not be eligible for parole until she is in her 80’s.

David Evans was shot in the head with his own gun early March 22, 2021, as he slept at his home in Ada.  He was 50.

His wife called 911 at 1:11 a.m. to report an intruder had killed her husband in bed.

Hours earlier, the pastor had preached at Harmony Church about attacks from the devil.

His wife acknowledged at her sentencing in August that they had sex twice that Sunday knowing she planned his murder for that night.

At the sentencing, she testified her husband had abused her for years.

In graphic detail, she also revealed he forced her to have sex with 50 to 100 men, mostly at rented rooms in Moore, Norman and Oklahoma City.

She said the hookups would put her husband in a great mood.

“I just felt like a piece of property,” the dead preacher’s wife testified.   “I wasn’t valued.”

She said she first met Mr.  Square after her husband arranged a threesome at the Super 8 in Moore.

She said she slyly gave Mr.  Square her phone number during a second hookup at the same hotel.

She said Mr. Square came to their home March 17, 18 and 19, 2021, while her husband was away on a mission trip to Mexico.

She said she told Mr. Square she wanted out of her abusive marriage and needed his help.

“I know I begged him, ‘Please help me,’ ” she said.

She put one of her husband’s guns outside the house and left the back door unlocked, according to her testimony in August.

Mrs. Evans said she later found a nervous Mr. Square, dressed all in black, hiding in the dining room.

She testified that she assured Mr. Square her husband was sound asleep.

“I stayed in the living room,” she testified.  “I didn’t want to watch.”

She said she heard a shot and Mr. Square ran out the back door.

“I told Kahlil that I was trapped, controlled, scared, exhausted and alone.

“I promised Kahlil anything I had,” she wrote in a statement for a presentence report.   “He could live with me, have a vehicle and anything else he wanted.

“I had prayed over and over for God to free me.   I lost patience waiting for God to rescue me and I took matters into my own hands.”

Mrs. Evans and Mr. Square were arrested and charged last year with first-degree murder after confessing.

Mrs. Evans pleaded guilty in April.   Her attorneys had asked for a four-year prison sentence.

Mr. Square pleaded guilty in September.   He was seeking a 25-year prison sentence.

In rejecting mercy both times, Pontotoc County District Judge Steven Kessinger noted how cold-blooded the killing was.

The judge told Mr. Square that he had options that night and that it must have run through his mind at some point on the drive to Ada “that this is not right.”

“If you had exercised those options, we wouldn’t be here,” the judge said.

Square’s attorney sought to portray him at the sentencing as being easily manipulated because he was low-functioning intellectually.

“He was an oddball,” and uncle, Percy Square, testified.

The defense attorney claimed Kristie Evans had been a willing participant in sexual trysts with the men because she was looking for the one she could coax into killing her husband.

He said she found that in Kahlil Square.

Prosecutor Tara Portillo told the judge:   “Kristie played him like a fiddle, but he was there dancing to the music.”

After the sentencing, Mr. Coleman said,:  “The point I was trying to get across is he suffered from an inability to make that good choice.

“So, I was hoping that carried a little more weight than it did.”

None of the victim’s family were present for the sentencing.

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