Ipswich: Coroner to rule over mum’s stabbing

The inquest of a woman who is believed to have been stabbed to death by her husband is scheduled to take place on Wednesday.

Polish national Malgorzata Lipinska, 38, was discovered with multiple wounds to the head and body in the stairwell of a block of flats in Duke Street, Ipswich, on July 29, 2009.

The former beauty therapist’s estranged husband Mariusz Lipinski was charged with murder and appeared before magistrates.

He was taken to HMP Norwich where he committed suicide ten hours later by cutting himself with a razor.

The inquest into the mother-of-two’s death will take place in IP-City at 10.30am on Wednesday.

At the time of Mrs Lipinska’s death, the Evening Star spoke to her son, Sebastian Wronski, who described her as “a very good mother”.

He said: “She always helped me every time I needed her. She protected me and helped me find a job.”

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He added: “My mother loved me and my sister. She used to call Poland all the time. She was a very friendly and happy person. I can’t remember her ever being angry.”

His grandfather Wladyslaw also paid tribute to his daughter. He said: “Malgorzata was a wonderful daughter.

“She was very friendly. She had very good friends everywhere she lived.”

An inquest into Mr Lipinski’s death took place in December 2010. The jury heard that the Polish national, 38, was taken to HMP Norwich after his initial hearing at South East Suffolk Magistrates’ Court. He died in his shared cell from self-inflicted injuries to his neck, wrists, eyebrows and torso.