Attorneys filed new paperwork in court to request the release from prison of the so called, San Antonio Four. The new legal action asserts chi hair tools the four women were wrongly convicted during trials in the late 90's.
"One day soon our names will be cleared," said Anna Vasquez. She hopes one day soon she will be able to erase a sex offender label from her record and reunite with three other friends who she says were are all innocent.
The four of them were convicted during two separate trials of savagely molesting a 7 and 9 year old girl over the course of a week in the summer of 1994.
Tuesday, attorneys Mike Ware and Keith Hampton, filed writs requesting chi straighteners the release of the other three women, Elizabeth Ramirez, Cassandra Rivera and Kristie Mayhugh.
"We are agreeable to a bond in reference to the writ," said Susan Reed, District Attorney Bexar County. "This all has to go through the courts," added Reed.
"To finally know they'll be home soon is an awesome feeling," Vasquez said.
Vasquez is the only one of the four that has since been paroled.
But labeled as a sex offender chi hair products by the Texas Department of Public Safety, she still felt imprisoned and is still restricted from going near her nephews and nieces.