I didn’t realize that the way they had responded to me, which through a press conference, where they said it was too late and not an appropriate time.
– Mark O’Mara
George Zimmerman’s attorney Mark O’Mara sat down today with “CBS This Morning” to apologize for his client’s apology.
“We had reached out to see if we could do it privately,” O’Mara said. “…I didn’t realize that the way they had responded to me, which through a press conference, where they said it was too late and not an appropriate time.”
“To be honest, had I known that or maybe seen the press conference, I’m not sure that we would’ve done it at the bond hearing.,” he said. “The purpose of it truly was to get to the family. Had I been told or known it wasn’t the time, it wouldn’t have happened.”
On Friday, O’Mara asked Zimmerman if he there was anything he wanted to say to the Martin family. Still facing his lawyer, Zimmerman said, “I wanted to say I am sorry for the loss of your son. I did not know how old he was. I thought he was a little bit younger than I am, and I did not know if he was armed or not.”
Kollegekidd.com reports Zimmerman may have lied under oath on the witness stand in his statement, according to 911 audio released. In 911 audio, Zimmerman told an emergency dispatcher was In his “late teens.”
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