An Oklahoma City
man who is accused of killing a gay man he reportedly
kidnapped as part of a gang initiation will stand trial on a
murder charge, a judge ruled Friday. Darrell Lynn
Madden, 38, reportedly said he and Bradley Qualls
killed 62-year-Steven Domer in October 2007, leaving
his body in a creek, according to the Associated Press.
prosecutors, Madden and Qualls plotted to seek a gay man by
posing as prostitutes. FBI agent Craig Overby said that they
beat and harassed Domer in his car for several hours
before killing him. Domer's car was found torched near
Madden's home a day after his last appearance, when he
was seen speaking with Qualls and Madden on the street.
to later killing Qualls to prevent him from releasing
information about the crime. Madden is currently serving a
life sentence plus 60 additional years after pleading
guilty to Qualls's murder in July.
Madden and Qualls
were said to be connected to a white supremacist
group, the United Aryan Brotherhood, according to the
article. Killing Domer may have been part of Qualls's
scheduled to be arraigned October 8 on the charge of
killing Domer, according to The Oklahoman.
Madden will not face a hate-crime charge, as Oklahoma does
not have such a law on the books. (Michelle Garcia,