George Zimmerman shares his side of the story… but who asked?

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ORANGE COUNTY, FL – The jury just got done deliberating yet another highly-debated murder-trial of an unarmed teen in Florida, and perhaps all that disappointment and courtroom footage had George Zimmerman feeling nostalgic.

Which brings us to today’s edition of “What the Hell Were You Thinking?!”

Questionable to say the least, George Zimmerman decided now is as good a time as any to give us all a glimpse into his life, post-acquittal. So, he sat down with CNN (who’s also getting some backlash) and here are some highlights.

When asked if he thinks about the night he shot and killed Trayvon Martin, to which Zimmerman replied, “I think about that night, I think my life would be tremendously easier if I had stayed home.” Willing to bet Trayvon Martin and his family would agree.

George even got the chance to give his ‘sincerest’ apology to the Martin family for the way things unfolded. What could he muster up?  Zimmerman says, “I would, say exactly what I said on the stand, that I’m sorry for their loss.” Wow, how heart-felt?

There were also some not-so-shocking revelations, like George’s statement on supporting American’s Second Amendment rights. Obviously, we already know that.

Looking forward to the future, Georgie-Boy even shared what he wants to be when he grows up, ready for this, an attorney! George goes on to say, “I think that’s the best way to stop the miscarriage of justice that happened to me from happening to somebody else. I don’t think it should happen to anyone ever again, not one person.” Miscarriage of justice?!? Kind of like putting a teen six feet under while you’re “standing your ground?”

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