George Zimmerman's autograph is being sold to fund his defense in the high-profile Trayvon Martin murder case ... just in case you thought you'd heard everything.
Yes, the man who shot and killed Trayvon Martin is sending personally signed thank-you cards to anyone who donates money to his legal defense fund.
Each card will be individually signed by George, the identity of all donors will be kept confidential, and the envelope of the cards will not bear his name.
Just in case you don't want the mailman finding out.
Why go this route? He's burdened with hefty "living expenses and legal costs," according to GZDefenseFund (dot) com, though this claim is debatable.
Donors who support George Zimmerman's self-defense claim have reportedly already raised hundreds of thousands for his defense and protection.
In any case, Zimmerman will plead not guilty to second-degree murder, citing Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law, at a hearing that could happen as soon as April.