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Zimmerman’s ‘apology’ is meaningless after stating: ‘I feel that it was all God’s plan and not for me to second-guess it or judge it’

I’ll spare you watching any video of this man, who sat down with Sean Hannity to “pour his soul out” — how many different versions of killing Trayvon Martin has he spewed so far?

George Zimmerman made statements during the interview that can’t be squared with actually being “sorry” about murdering a young man armed only with a can of iced tea and a bag of Skittles after following him, hunting him down.

“I’m not a racist. I’m not a murderer.”

“Is there anything that you regret? Do you regret getting out of the car to follow Trayon that night?” Hannity asked. “Do you regret that you had a gun that night?”

“No, sir,” Zimmerman, 28, replied. “I feel that it was all God’s plan and not for me to second-guess it or judge it.”

Then the “apology” when he was asked what he’d say to Trayvon’s parents.

“I would tell them again that I’m sorry.”

Well, in light of the first statements, the latter is meaningless. He’s not sorry because God apparently told him to shoot the young man. Let this go to trial and leave deities out of it.

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Zimmerman’s ‘Apology’ Is Meaningless After Stating: ‘I feel that it was all God’s plan and not for me to second-guess it or judge it’

I’ll spare you watching any video of this man, who sat down with Sean Hannity to “pour his soul out” — how many different versions of killing Trayvon Martin has he spewed so far?

George Zimmerman made statements during the interview that can’t be squared with actually being “sorry” about murdering a young man armed only with a can of iced tea and a bag of Skittles after following him, hunting him down.

“I’m not a racist. I’m not a murderer.”

“Is there anything that you regret? Do you regret getting out of the car to follow Trayon that night?” Hannity asked. “Do you regret that you had a gun that night?”

“No, sir,” Zimmerman, 28, replied. “I feel that it was all God’s plan and not for me to second-guess it or judge it.”

Then the “apology” when he was asked what he’d say to Trayvon’s parents.

“I would tell them again that I’m sorry.”

Well, in light of the first statements, the latter is meaningless. He’s not sorry because God apparently told him to shoot the young man. Let this go to trial and leave deities out of it.

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