Still in need of cash, George Zimmerman's latest work of art has been unveiled, and it features the special prosecutor who charged him with second-degree murder after he fatally shot Trayvon Martin in Feb. 2012. Titled "Angie," the painting is an interpretation of the Apr. 2012 press conference where Angela Corey announced that Zimmerman had been charged with second-degree murder, and it comes with a special message: "I have this much respect for the American Judicial System."
According to Zimmerman's brother, Robert, details about the painting's price should be available later today. Unfortunately, the demand for this will probably be high, considering that someone paid over $100,000 for his last painting.
Also, isn't that statement kind of incriminating, considering Zimmerman's frequent run-ins with the law? Doesn't it kind of scream "arrest me"?
[via New York Daily News]
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