Feds Request Police Not Return George Zimmerman's Gun

Sanford Police will hold onto the gun pending a Department of Justice investigation.
0:34 | 07/19/13

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Florida governor Rick Scott met last night with protesters who are angry over the George -- verdict. Not given what they want though the group has been staging a demonstration Scott's office for the past few days. They're demanding medical special session to review the stand your ground law Scott told them that he believed the self defense laws to remain unchanged. But he called per day of unity this Sunday. Meanwhile Zimmerman won't be getting his gun back anytime soon the Justice Department is placed a hold on all evidence that is related to the case including the gun used to shoot -- bond market. The department is investigating whether Zimmerman violated Martin's civil rights.

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