Powerful words from the horribly burned mother-of-two before her death helped uncover the suspect who set her on fire

A mortally burned mother of two gave a chilling testimony on her deathbed that helped uncover the suspect who set her on fire.

Judy Malinowski, then 31, suffered excruciating burns when her boyfriend doused her with gasoline and set her on fire on August 2, 2015.

Judy Malinowski, 31, gave a chilling testimony on her deathbed that helped officers identify her killer

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Judy Malinowski, 31, gave a chilling testimony on her deathbed that helped officers identify her killerPhoto credit: WBNS10
Michael Slager, her recurring boyfriend, was convicted of murder when Malinowski tragically died after fighting for her life for two years

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Michael Slager, her recurring boyfriend, was convicted of murder when Malinowski tragically died after fighting for her life for two yearsPhoto credit: Franklin County Common Court
Malinowski spent nearly 700 days in the hospital

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Malinowski spent nearly 700 days in the hospitalPhoto credit: People News

The young mother’s body was covered with third and fourth degree burns that were ultimately fatal, but she managed to make a big impact before her tragic death.

Despite doctors’ concerns about her health, Malinovsky lived two years after the attack.

This was enough time to give a heartbreaking testimony about what happened on that tragic day, but first she needed to regain the ability to speak.

While Malinowski fought for her life, her former fiancé, Michael Slager, was accused of setting her on fire but was found not guilty.

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The Ohio mother went through 60 surgeries and was in a coma for seven months.

For much of her final years, she could barely speak or breathe.

However, Malinowski acknowledged that she probably had only moments to live and mustered the strength to deliver a moving testimony in January 2017.

“I don’t think words can describe what it feels like to have your whole body on fire,” she said, according to People.

“I can remember fire on my face and eyes. I can remember screaming for help.”

She named Slager in the statement and described the horrifying details of the pain, saying it felt like “a thousand hot needles.”

Less than five months after the testimony was recorded, Malinowski tragically died at the age of 33, but she had done more than enough to implicate her killer.

Before her death, Slager had been convicted of aggravated arson and related charges and sentenced to 11 years in prison.

However, in 2018 he pleaded guilty to murder and was sentenced to life in prison without parole.

Slager avoided the death penalty by not being convicted by a jury, and Malinowski’s mother mercifully said it was what her daughter wanted.

“Judy didn’t want Michael to face the death penalty, and she hoped he would find God somewhere between now and his reunion,” Bonnie Bowes told People.

“And that was her hope, and that’s pretty generous of her.”

Despite the horrific situation, Bowes said she was grateful for the final moments she was able to spend with her daughter.

“The doctors say she has defied all odds,” the mother said.

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“They said that the fact that she’s lived with all this pain for so long is a medical miracle.

The miracle is that God gave me two more years with her.”

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