George Zimmerman

*Days after George Zimmerman sold the gun he used to kill Trayvon Martin for a quarter million dollars, the murderer sat down with 13 Action News for an exclusive interview where he discussed his motivation for selling the 9 mm Kel-Tec PF-9.

“Well as I said in the online on a GMZ1776.com, I was tired of Hillary Clinton’s anti-gun rhetoric,” Zimmerman said via Skype. “She had recently made comments about, not comments, she had recently lied about the situation.

“She has been stumping around for a false campaign for the Trayvon Martin Foundation. She lied saying that I killed him when he was walking home in his daddy’s neighborhood. Which if anyone watched more than seven minutes of the trial they would know that is false.”

32-year-old Zimmerman said he is also working to end the career of the lead prosecutor on his case, Angela Corey, and he plans to use money from the gun sale to support the families of officers impacted by violence that he believes is tied to the Black Lives Matter movement.

“I am going to donate to officers such as the deputy in Texas that was shot in the head at point blank range for no other reason than he was in uniform,” Zimmerman said. “No one can replace his life. No one can replace the service he was doing to his community. My goal is to attempt to make his family as whole as possible again.”

Zimmerman told 13 Action News that critics of the gun sale “don’t affect my life one bit. They are irrelevant,” he said, adding that his goal now is to sell everything he owns in order to defeat those that have persecuted him over the past four years.

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“I would sell everything and anything I own to ensure, to attempt to ensure that they can no longer hurt men and women of law enforcement,” Zimmerman said. “Anything I can think of to ensure that Hillary Clinton does not become the leader of the greatest nation on Earth.”

As for for unforgettable night in February 2012 that thrust him into the headlines, Zimmerman says he would have made different decisions had he known how the outcome would impact his life.

“Of course, I would have done anything to not have to take a life in self-defense,” Zimmerman said. “I would have done anything for Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin to have actually taken an interest in their child. They let a lady named Alicia Martin who was thoroughly interviewed by Dr. Phil on his shows and aired in 2012.

“They had no interest in their child. I wish they would have. I wish they would have raised them right. I wish I never had to, I would have stayed in bed if I would have thought I would had to take a life in self-defense. I don’t think anybody in their right mind would ever want to be in this position.”

Zimmerman says the buyer of the gun has agreed to allow him to sell 3D lithographs of it with his signature and the case number. He plans to post them on his website soon.

Watch/listen to interview via the player below: