Minority Zimmerman juror: He ‘got away with murder’

Robin Roberts, left, interviews Juror B-29, the only minority juror from the George Zimmerman trial. The juror's attorney, David Chico, is at right. (Donna Svennevik / ABC / July 24, 2013)

Robin Roberts, left, interviews Juror B-29, the only minority juror from the George Zimmerman trial. The juror's attorney, David Chico, is at right. (Donna Svennevik / ABC / July 24, 2013)

The only minority juror in the George Zimmerman trial told ABC’s Good Morning America that Zimmerman “got away with murder.”

Zimmerman was acquitted of all charges in the death of Trayvon Martin on July 13th. His defense team said he shot and killed Martin in self defense.

Juror B29 spoke with the morning show’s host Robin Roberts Thursday, adding that she felt she owed Trayvon Martin’s parents an apology.

The full interview airs Friday morning on GMA, with excerpts airing Thursday on ABC’s World News at 6:30 p.m.

Juror B29 identifies herself as Puerto Rican, according to the Orlando Sentinel. The network identifies her only as “Maddy.”

“As the law was read to me, if you have no proof that he killed him intentionally, you can’t say he’s guilty,” she said, according to the Sentinel.

Juror B29 was accompanied by her attorney David Chico.  Her appearance is not obstructed.

Juror B37′s physical appearance was hidden by shadow in a television interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper.

The two remain the only jurors to give interviews since the verdict was reached.