Zimmerman Prosecutors May Use His TV Interview Fox sit-down could be entered into evidence in court By John Johnson, Newser Staff Posted Jul 20, 2012 9:37 AM CDT 34 comments Comments George Zimmerman, right, leaves Seminole County Jail after posting bond on July 6. (Getty Images) (Newser) – George Zimmerman's prime-time interview on Fox might end up playing in court, too. Prosecutors have taken the first step toward having a tape of it admitted as evidence, reports ABC News. In the interview, Zimmerman told Sean Hannity that he didn't regret pursuing Trayvon Martin and carrying a gun while doing so. "I feel that it was all God's plan," he said at one point. Lots of legal analysts think the interview was ill-advised, and ABC talks to one in that camp: "He has impeached himself publicly. This is going to be a huge problem for him … and the prosecutors must be extremely pleased ... He was making inconsistent statements that they can use in a trial against him."