If I were O'Mara I'd drop him as a client. Giving a public interview while a case is still pending is about the worst thing you can do. Note that O'Mara stopped some of the questions when it related to the pending perjury charge against George's wife. You now why that is? Because giving public statements on a pending criminal case is a really really bad idea.
By repeating his statement so publicly some months after the shooting, George has essentially forfeited the right to claim 'faulty memory' or 'mis-remembering' when confronted at trial with contradictions. If the initial interviews etc. after the shooting were his only statements, he could possibly claim 'emotional stress from the incident' or some other hogwash, but when he repeats his statements several months later, that's his story - what State is going to point out that George is saying, he was in perfectly fine shape after the shooting to remember various details, such as realizing his jacket and shirt had come up when he wriggled to expose his firearm. Or that he felt Martins' hand leave his mouth and move down the side of his shirt.
Even (or...especially) if he's as innocent as the new fallen snow, giving a public interview is a bad, bad idea even if you come across as the next Dalai Lama - you're not trying to convince Joe Blow Public you're a great guy, you're trying to get six people in the jury box to believe you.
And in George's case I think he came across pretty poorly.