Free Todd Mullis
Todd Mullis, a farmer in rural Iowa, a dedicated husband, and loving father of 3 children was wrongfully convicted of an alleged crime that did not happen, and he simply did not commit. Since day one, Todd has always maintained his innocence.
Join us in the fight for Todd’s freedom and justice.
Sadly, on November 10, 2018, Amy Mullis died on the family farm. Without ever conducting a thorough examination of the scene, police immediately, on day one, rushed to judgment and claimed that a murder had occurred. Even though no forensic evidence linked Todd to the death of his wife, and even though there was a witness who confirmed to police that Todd was with him the entire time, making it impossible for him to have killed his wife. Still, the police claimed that it was murder, and chose Todd to be their number one suspect.
Several months after Amy’s death, the police arrested Todd, his 3 young children were taken away from him, and he remained in jail because of the excessive and unattainable request for 5 million dollar cash bail for his release. At the trial, not only did prosecutors fail to ensure Todd received a fair trial, but Todd’s own attorneys failed him, as well. They failed to advise him of his legal rights, and failed to zealously advocate for him. Shockingly, the first words spoken by Todd’s attorney in his opening statement to the jury was: “Good morning folks, I agree with some of what the State has just mentioned to you in opening” and “The evidence is much along the lines of what you’ve just heard.”
But, the evidence was NOT along the lines of what was just heard. The attorneys failed to effectively represent Todd and advocate for him and his rights, as they should have.
Todd did not murder his wife. Todd was a hard worker, a loving and faithful husband and father who became a victim of bad policing, a shoddy investigation, and even worse, over zealous prosecutors and law enforcement agents thirsty for convictions in order to further their career ambitions of becoming a judge, and a sheriff. The justice system failed Todd, horribly, and as our country’s Founding Fathers once said: “It is better that a hundred guilty persons go free than that one innocent suffer”
We hope you will join us in the fight for Todd’s freedom and justice.
100% of the proceeds will be used towards Todd’s defense.
November 10, 2018
Amy Mullis died
February 28, 2019
Todd Mullis arrested
September 23, 2019
Convicted of first-degree murder
January 19, 2022
Court of Appeals hears arguments over conviction
February 16, 2022
Todd’s appeal is denied
April 6, 2023