"George Zimmerman got away with murder, but you can't get away with God." Incredibly that's what a juror in the Trayvon Martin case, who voted for the not-guilty verdict, told ABC's Robin Roberts in an interview that aired this morning. The juror named "Maddy" explained that she originally wanted a guilty verdict for second-degree murder, but was persuaded to acquit Zimmerman based on how the law was read to her. The juror also said she was hurting as much as Martin's mom and felt like she played a role in his death. Watch now.