Barely two weeks since George Zimmerman was acquitted in the death of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin, many supporters and opponents of the verdict are learning more details about what went on in the jury room.
Not long after Juror B37 and alternate Juror E54 broke their silence, another juror has now come forward to explain the verdict.
Juror B29 is showing her face as she talks with ABC News about the decision to acquit the former neighborhood watch volunteer.
"George Zimmerman got away with murder, but you can't get away from God," Juror B29 says.
“Anguished and apologetic, Juror B29–going by the name Maddy–told ABC's Robin Roberts that she favored convicting George Zimmerman of second degree murder,” reports CNN’s Pamela Brown.
"For myself, he's guilty,” she says, “…but as the law was read to me if you have no proof that he killed him intentionally, you can't say he's guilty."
Maddy says that after more than 16 hours of deliberations, she struggled to find the proof to convict. "Maddy concedes she still struggles with the verdict and the public outcry that followed,” Brown reports.
“I literally fell on my knees and broke down,” she says. “I kept saying to myself, ‘I feel like I killed him.’”
She also says she owes Trayvon's parents an apology.
“I would like to apologize because I feel like I let them down.”
Trayvon martin's mother released this statement in response.
"This new information challenges our nation once again to do everything we can to make sure that this never happens to another child.”