Paul Hill, the ex-minister and abortion foe who's on death row for gunning down a doctor and his escort, remains unrepentant and suggested Thursday he might be starting a trend.

"There's no question that what I did is a relatively new concept," Hill said on ABC's "Good Morning America" Thursday."Someday, it will be commonplace and generally accepted as normal," Hill said. It was his first interview since he was condemned to die in Florida's electric chair for murdering Dr. John Britton and James Barrett.

Hill shot them to death and wounded Barrett's wife, June, as the trio drove up to a women's clinic on July 29.

The former minister in the Presbyterian Church in America and Orthodox Presbyterian Church was sentenced last month after a trial in which he acted as his own lawyer, declining to present evidence or question witnesses.

Hill, 40, contends the killings were justified to prevent abortions, and his sentence, will automatically be reviewed by the state's high court, hasn't changed his mind.

"I definitely feel good about what I have done and what I am doing," Hill said. "I think I have acted nobly."