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A&E to air documentary about Todd Mullis murder case Thursday night 1
Todd Mullis

DELAWARE COUNTY, Iowa (Iowa Media) — National cable network A&E is set to air a documentary Thursday night on the Todd Mullis murder case.

The documentary will air at 9 p.m. central time as part of the network’s “Killer Cases” series. Mullis, who tried claiming his wife, Amy, fell on a corn rake and died, was convicted of first-degree murder in September 2019.

He was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole a year later in September 2020 after sentencing was delayed several times because of the COVID-19 pandemic and Mullis getting new lawyers.

He is currently appealing his case to the Iowa Supreme Court.

Killer Cases | TONIGHT at 10PM ET on A&E

SNEAK PEEK: Hog farmer, Todd Mullis, claimed his wife fell on a four-pronged corn rake and died, but when investigators found more than four holes in Amy Mullis’ body, they knew her death was no accident. Killer Cases is all new TONIGHT at 10PM ET.

Posted by A&E on Thursday, February 18, 2021

The documentary can be viewed online by clicking here after it airs Thursday night.

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