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George Zimmerman: 'Think of Me as Me'

The man acquitted of murdering Trayvon Martin says he always has to look over his shoulder.
3:00 | 03/12/14

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-- try and being. A good person. Faithful person. -- -- -- But I -- realize them. Com. I've been through a lot. In life and for better or worse it's everything I do is. -- analyze. Whether it's -- -- Aaron has being. I'm people now because of what I have been through to. Make an impact -- People. The community T. From. Charities whatever needs some I do -- I'm -- -- -- and individuals I would like to be. -- probably not a secret. It -- -- media coverage. And the media. Tends to portray you as a certain type of person. -- the -- Jordan Zimmermann that the media. Michelle all the time. Absolutely not. And I think. People once -- beaten -- face -- -- a cup of coffee with -- typically. 99% of the time. Tell me you're nothing like. Look the media portrayed. What is it -- I DOT thesis being Georgetown -- going to lunch. Going to -- getting groceries. Karen cannot -- that daily activities and -- what is it like for you right now. I wish I -- -- -- let me. Quick response served brief response but the reality is every -- different the only consistent. It is. -- I don't know look over my shoulder always concerned. For others around me. I mean -- solve a lot of the things that I would normally enjoyed doing I can go outside and play basketball. I know the grocery store where -- sunglasses and even I don't recognize. It's difficult. And it's something that I didn't ask for on -- grand scale I would like to me. A month of an impact to change the judicial system to guarantee -- what happened to me. Never happens again to anybody. Come. -- smaller more personal level I'd like to continue my education if possible one day. Along my path to getting my age and. Aspiring to being a lawyer and eventually hopefully the judge. But again I. Going -- your previous question. But those holes. I -- also have to cope but the reality may never be able to attend. College or university and fulfill those little. Again take it day by day. And -- just hope and wish and pray every mourn for the less. You did it get to become an attorney. What kind of an attorney would DP after this experience. I didn't some ball and that I think that civil rights attorney. Wore a defense attorney. Predominantly of course. I would love to work with children and -- -- -- kind of stuff as well but I think the top two are either so we're right or funds.

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