Gahanna woman set on fire by ex-boyfriend in 2015 dies


Judy Millinowski, a Central Ohio woman who was severely burned by her ex-boyfriend and inspired new sentencing legislation, has died. He was sentenced to 11 years in prison last December. But in the two years since that horrific day, she's reclaimed her story. The mother-of-two had her fingers and parts of her ears burnt off during the inferno.

Judy, a mother-of-two, defied the doctors to survive as long as she did and underwent 59 operations over the past couple of years in hospital. Due to an irreparable damage to her trachea she could barely speak above a raspy whisper. People who had seen Judy Malinowski before the incident could not believe that the handsome mother of two had been reduced to a helpless skeleton with burns all over her body. According to People magazine, doctors found it hard to close the gaping wounds on Judy's buttocks and back because she could not lay on her stomach over the course of her multiple surgeries.

Judy's Law would increase the penalties for cases like Ms Malinowski's, where a victim is left permanently disfigured when an accelerant is used to set them on fire.

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She endured a total of 56 surgeries, though doctors were unable to fix massive open wounds on her back and buttocks because she was too weak to lie on her stomach during surgery.

"It's destroyed my life, my family's life, my kids' life", she said with the help of a speaking valve.

It's likely that Slager, who has numerous convictions for sexual battery and stalking, will face murder charges after her death.

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"If the medical experts state that proximate cause to the arson, injuries, and death exist, the case would go forward with or without her deposition, which was sought to rebut Slager's suggestion that the ignition was accidental and not intentional", a statement from O'Brien's office said. She was hospitalised till May and then moved to palliative care.

Last week, her voice finally gave out.

If it passes, the bill will head to Gov. John Kasich for his signature into law.

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It unanimously passed the Ohio House in May and is waiting on the Senate.