George Zimmerman ‘Targets’ Prosecutor With Painting
I don’t know about the subject of George Zimmerman’s latest masterpiece, but if it were me, I’d take it as a more-than-implicit threat – and recommend that every gallery in Florida stand their ground (and take out an order of protection)!
You’d almost think that he’s a fan.
The subject of George Zimmerman’s latest painting has been unveiled to showcase the face of the special prosecutor responsible for charging him with second-degree murder.
Florida State Attorney Angela Corey appears in a finger-paint-like swirl of red and orange as she tightly pinches her fingers together under the text: “I have this much respect for the American Judicial System.”
The chosen image of Corey is precisely when she publicly announced her murder charge against the former neighborhood watchman in April 2012.
Zimmerman’s brother, Robert Zimmerman Jr., unveiled the painting on his Twitter feed Wednesday evening.