UNDATED (CNN) -- Trayvon Martin's parents took their turn in front of the cameras a day after the man charged with murdering their son did his first TV interview. Meanwhile, George Zimmerman ends talks for another interview and relaunches his website.
Zimmerman has pleaded not guilty and is free on a million-dollar bond after fatally shooting Martin in a confrontation in Sanford in February. Zimmerman gave his first media interview Wednesday, sitting down with Fox News host Sean Hannity. He said in the interview, "I do wish there was something, anything, I could have done that wouldn't have put me in the position where I had to take his life. I feel that it was all God's plan - and for me to second guess it or judge it."
Trayvon Martin's family went before the cameras the following morning to respond. Trayvon's mother Sybrina Fulton says, "My first thought was I wish that Trayvon was here to tell his side of the story." His father Tracy Martin says, "I think it is absolutely ridiculous. God did not have a plan for Trayvon to die, and for George Zimmerman to shoot Trayvon for no reason." Fulton adds, "I just would like to know why did he even get out the car, why was my son so suspicious, what made him rush to judge my son and thinking that he was a criminal, or a pursuing some burglary?"
Zimmerman's attorney says talks ended for a second interview, with ABC's "The View" after co-host Barbara Walters refused a demand. Zimmerman's attorney Mark O'Mara says, "George asked her to provide a residence for 30 days, for four weeks, for his wife. George you know is very concerned that he may be rearrested. So George is very concerned he's not going to be around to help."
Meanwhile, Zimmerman relaunched his website. He said in his interview, "I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you, the masses. You can personally communicate with me and I hope to be your website to provide facts."
The website also solicits donations to Zimmerman's legal defense fund. His attorney says the fund is pretty much depleted.