SAN ANTONIO - Suzi Bianchi-Peters is asking why the men she believes killed her daughter and granddaughter have not been charged with their murders.
It has been six months since Bianchi-Peters' daughter Rebecca Gonzales and 10-year-old granddaughter Sammy Ochoa were murdered and set on fire in their Karen Lane home back in September. Tears came down as she talked of her frustration because the two men she believes killed them have not been charged with capital murder.
Bianchi-Peters claimes that Sammy’s father Conrad and her uncle Baron made threats against her granddaughter and her daughter after Sammy made an outcry to police that they had sexually assaulted her.
“So what we have left is to be in limbo, waiting for something real to happen -- some accountability and closure," explained Suzi Bianchi-Peters.
Police say they're still gathering evidence to build a solid capital murder case to present to the District Attorney’s Office.
This brings little comfort to Bianchi-Peters.
“I want accountability," she told News 4 WOAI. "That's what I want.”
After the murders, Sammy's father Conrad Ochoa was indicted for possession of child pornography. His brother Baron Ochoa was indicted for continuous sexual abuse of a child.