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George Zimmerman is speaking out once again after he was acquitted for the murder of Trayvon Martin, but it looks like he isn’t answering the questions most people want answers to.

In a new interview with CNN, Zimmerman dishes on the night he shot 17-year-old Martin as he  attempted to walk home from a nearby store, but is stumped for a straight answer when asked if he regrets killing teen.

He says in the interview when asked if he regrets it:

“Unfortunately, the Department of Justice is conducting a civil rights investigation. Certainly, I think about that night and I think my life would be tremendously easier if I stayed home.”

Apparently, the thought that he should’ve have stayed home plagues his thoughts. Why, you ask?

“That’s a presumption I can’t make,” he said to Cuomo’s repeat questions. “I could have gotten in a car accident when I left […] He wouldn’t have ended up attacking me either if I stayed home.”

Zimmerman also had no new words or statements that he wishes to say to Trayvon Martin’s parents and family for the tragedy of that night:

“I would say exactly what I said on the stand. That I’m sorry for their loss. And just exactly what I said on the stand.”

Even though the interviewer asked him to try and explain his words more, Zimmerman just stressed that he already had apologized for the loss of their son.

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SOURCE: Think Progress/CNN