George Zimmerman made his first television interview appearance on Wednesday night with Fox News’ Sean Hannity. Zimmerman apologized for killing Trayvon Martin but then also he did not regret any of his actions because what he did was all God’s plans.
“My wife and I don’t have any children… I love my children even though they aren’t born yet, and I am sorry that they buried their child. I can’t imagine what it must feel like, and I pray for them daily,” Zimmerman said.
When asked if he regrets anything that happened that February night, he said, “No.”
Zimmerman said he had no regrets that he got out of his car or for carrying a gun. It was all God’s plan he said.
“I feel that it was all God’s plan, and for me to second guess it or judge it,” Zimmerman shook his head.
Martin’s mother and father watched the interview and appeared on “Fox & Friends” Thursday morning. His mother and father both said Zimmerman’s apology appeared insincere and were troubled that the man accused of killing their son considered it all “God’s plan.”
“I don’t understand what he was thinking by saying it was God’s plan that he murdered our child,” Tracy Martin, the teen’s father said. “I really don’t understand what God he worships because it’s not the same God that I worship.”
Sabrina Fulton, Martin’s mother, said Zimmerman’s comments made no sense.
“Why would God have him kill an unarmed teenager?” she asked. “It makes no sense.”