Reyhaneh Jabbari, the 26-year-old Iranian woman who was hanged in prison on Saturday as punishment for allegedly killing the man she said tried to rape her, left an emotional last message in her will and testament. Jabbari, a university-educated interior designer, spent five years on death row for the killing of former intelligence official Morteza Abdolali Sarbandi, who lured her to an empty house in 2007 under the pretext of getting her ideas on how to redecorate his office. Jabbari previously said that if she had not stabbed her attacker in the back with a penknife, the incident would have ended with her murder. “My body would have been thrown in some corner of the city,” she wrote, addressing her mother. “And after a few days, the police would have taken you to the coroner’s office to identify my body and there you would also have learnt that I had been raped as well…The murderer would have never been found since we don’t have their wealth and power.” Jabbari and her mother were allowed one last one-hour meeting on Friday to say goodbye. In her will, Jabbari wrote that her last wish was for her organs to be donated anonymously to “someone who needs them.” “I dont want to rot in the soil,” she wrote. She also told her mother not to wear black. “I wish I could have hugged you until I died,” she wrote.