George Zimmerman continues to try to paint a pretty picture despite his circumstances. The former night watch volunteer, who was found not guilty of shooting Florida teen Trayvon Martin to death last July, has taken to the easel again, this time ripping prosecutor Angela Corey in his latest "masterpiece," CNN reports.
Zimmerman raked in $100,000 after auctioning off his work on eBay. The painting depicted an American flag washed in blue, with the words “one nation” under the word “God,” followed by the phrase “with liberty and justice for all.”
— Robert Zimmerman JR (@rzimmermanjr) January 22, 2014
For his second piece, he rips the woman who charged him of second-degree murder: Special Prosecutor Corey. After Zimmerman's brother, Robert, unveiled the reprised portrayal of Corey, the caption read, "I have this much respect for the American judicial system - Angie C."
The painting is said to go on sale later today (Jan. 23).