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-- welcome back to Hannity and we continue now with our exclusive interview with George Zimmerman.
He faced second degree murder charges a possible life sentence.
Do you think about it's.
Every day what do you think about regarding do you feel in the end justice for the people who believe you and that people understand.
Or he's -- he's that confident that you had a right to do this.
Find yourself to -- it's a finance situation might be in place and where I am.
Confidence in the system I really have no choice but to believe still in the system.
The one witness they first met the -- with the cellphone that I mentioned said asked about your demeanor is that the right after the shooting was the first person I guess on the scene.
Its first person sore and he said he that you looked like you had been quote but looked.
What he would had to fight.
And that you are asking call my wife just tell my wife.
But you know he was acting like it was nothing.
Is that how you feeling at the time.
Could you can find ice until later that that trade on a passed away.
No I knew that I had discharge from my firearm.
And I was.
I also thought the police were gonna come and senior with a firearm.
And didn't shoot me I mean I was terrified did you look over -- -- wrong he obviously at some point recognized he had been shot.
-- you don't know -- in the beginning did you look over him and any time and realized she was -- really bad shape no -- At no point and how long was it between the time you shot until the time the police actually got to the -- If -- forever and calm I'd say.
To thirty seconds it was that quick this -- so and others say they're -- been on their way and they were there within 1530 seconds.
What do you make.
Of all the national media attention in this case there -- crimes that happen every day.
The nation is focused on your case.
Why you think that is and what do you make of it and what does it mean to you it's surreal -- I don't like that -- rush to judgment the way they have.
-- I feel that.
Any time they have a story that's remotely.
They interpreted negative when you who.
By the way when we did have conversations.
I love you and I and I was asking you about the case this was asking for an interview just.
There was a report suggesting that I.
Offered to pay your legal -- never happened never happened -- And just for the record.
You've been offered nothing to do this -- a vehicle not a thing and what we talked about specifically was about your case.
And only about your case and.
-- -- and I do was asking you for an interview that you had told me that you alone.
In a hotel room.
Hadn't talked to your family -- weeks.
Didn't have an attorney at that point.
You and that was leading up to rest this.
Remember that moment system.
Where we mentally that.
Cause when I was talking to I was concerned.
-- -- -- -- I was at a position where.
My house talking to daily to one.
-- state police officer.
-- -- Legitimate concerns for my safety and -- My wife I asked her to stay in Florida I was out of state.
I told stayed -- -- contact you -- afraid to even bring your dad and he had recently been sick -- -- he had had a heart attack about two weeks prior to the instant.
-- but I asked my wife.
To stay in Florida and continue her nursing education.
She was about a week away from finishing when -- true to attract some long term myself and there was a -- put on your head by the new Black Panther Party wanted dead or alive because nobody has been arrested.
Is do you feel threatened do you feel your life is in jeopardy this.
By the Black Panther Party monks and other system we've had multiple death threats some.
You know look at what happened in this case because it became so.
Spike -- is tweeting out what he thinks is your home address.
The Reverend Al Sharpton and NBC news you know -- and tries to use this case to bring up the issue of racial profiling.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- And those that didn't know the facts of the case hadn't been revealed what -- -- Al Sharpton and those that rushed to judgment what do you think their motives what.
I can -- -- -- their motives are I would just ask.
For an apology.
I mean if I did something.
That was wrong I would apologize.
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