On Sean Hannity’s interview with George Zimmerman–you know him by now–the gun waving neighborhood watchman turned murderer of Trayvon Martin–told Hannity that Trayvon’s death was, “all a part of God’s plan.” Martin’s parents–Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton think that Zimmerman’s actions being a part of God’s plan is ridiculous.
“We must worship a different God,” Martin’s father, Tracy Martin, told The Associated Press. “There is no way that my God wanted George Zimmerman to murder my teenage son.”
“I can’t imagine what it must feel like. And I pray for them daily. I am sorry that this happened,” Zimmerman said in the Sean Hannity interview. He also claimed that he would like to talk to Martin’s parents about what happened and when asked if they would meet with Zimmerman, Fulton said, “Absolutely not.” Martin’s mother said it is hard for her to accept Zimmerman’s apology because he still says he does not regret anything he did on the night of the shooting.”
Why doesn’t Zimmerman regret anything he’s done in regards to Travyon Martin’s death. If you’re so sorry, shouldn’t there be some remorse? Some regret? Some type of feeling that you did something you shouldn’t have? Zimmerman has handled this entire situation with an air of nonchalance that really rubs me the wrong way. He continues to be allowed a bond and this case stretches on as if we’re not aware of all the evidence that stacks up high against the man. When will George Zimmerman reach his fate?
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