George Zimmerman sat down Wednesday night on Fox News’ The Sean Hannity Show, speaking to the press for the first time since the night when he shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. (Watch clips from the interview here.)
Zimmerman seemed at ease discussing many facts that have been made public since the Feb. 26 incident that resulted in charges of second-degree murder.
Hannity asked Zimmerman if he had any regrets — if, for example, he wished he hadn’t gotten out of the car (something the police have said would have prevented the conflict altogether), or hadn’t carried his gun that night, or if he would have done anything differently. Zimmerman answered, “No sir.”
He continued, saying, “I feel that it was all God’s plan and for me
to second guess it or judge it…” he trailed off and shook his head.