Editor's note: Thursday at 12 p.m. and 4 p.m. ET, HLN's Kyra Phillips will talk with the former district attorney who tried to bring more charges against Genene Jones. The current Bexar County district attorney will also join us live. Will they reopen the case? Find out today on HLN.
A woman convicted of murdering a baby is set to go free because of a legal loophole.
Nurse Genene Jones was convicted in 1985 of injecting babies with powerful drugs -- killing one and injuring another -- and given sentences of 99 and 60 years in prison for the respective crimes. She's earned time off for good behavior and, as a result, she's now set for release in 2018.
Now, a former coworker and a group of mothers who believe Jones played a role in the death of their children are trying to help investigators bring new charges against the killer nurse.