His daughter Kimberly was kidnapped and murdered in 1979. But Wayne Strickler has not stopped "fighting the system," as he says. Every three years Roger DeGarmo, a man nicknamed "The Animal" while he was on death row for 13 years, comes up for parole. DeGarmo got a new trial after it was revealed that a witness at his first trial, in 1980, cut a secret deal with prosecutors. In 1994, a jury gave him life in prison, making DeGarmo eligible for parole. Strickler and Victim's Advocate Andy Kahan want lawmakers in Austin to support a bill that would allow the parole board the discretion to give 5 year set offs for parole hearings for offenders in capital murder and aggravated sexual assault cases.