Transcript for Auction for George Zimmerman's Gun Causes Outrage
Next, to the outrage this evening after George Zimmerman late today put the gun he used when trayvon martin was killed back up for auction, to make money off that gun. Zimmerman recently getting it back from police, after he was acquitted of murder an manslaughter in martin's death. ABC's Matt Gutman on the controversy, making that money off of a weapon. And I didn't think I hit him. Reporter: George Zimmerman really wants to sell the gun he used to kill trayvon martin. This morning, his auction page heading the sale of an American firearm icon rejected by the host sight just minutes before it went live. But not before more than 200,000 people perused the page, replete with pictures of the gun taken during Zimmerman's 2013 murder trial for the death of martin. Zimmerman was acquitted. Zimmerman telli iing the Orlando fox station. I'm a free American. I can do what I'd like with my possessions. Reporter: Then, this afternoon, the same exact offer popping up on this gun website. Zimmerman writing he was, quote, honored and humbled to sell the gun. Opening build? $5,000. Zimmerman even suggesting it should be displayed at the sit sewn Yan. The Washington, D.C. Museum shot that down, tweeting that it has no plans to ever collect or display it. David, Zimmerman writing that part of the proceeds will go to fighting his perceived enemies, including Hillary Clinton. Only problem is, so far, there have been zero bids on that gun. David?
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