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- The man accused of killing his wife then blowing up their home to cover it up changed his story multiple times during police interviews, eventually claiming that she asked him to shoot her, according to documents filed in Dane County court Thursday. Pirus, 59, was charged with eight felonies in connection with an explosion last week that destroyed his Madison home, and the discovery of his wife's body in the rubble two days later.
Lee Anne Pirus had been shot in the head and was dead at least weeks before the house was destroyed, police said.
The medical examiner said it appeared Lee Anne Pirus had been dead for weeks or months prior to the explosion at the Stratton Way home.
Steven Pirus is charged with first-degree intentional homicide, arson, first-degree recklessly endangering safety and five counts of mistreatment of animals.
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