Shkreli, who had been free on $5 million bail since his December 2015 arrest, was silent and stony-faced as U.S. marshals led out of U.S. District Judge Kiyo Matsumoto's Brooklyn courtroom. Matsumoto ruled that Shkreli's Sept. 4 post, made shortly before Clinton embarked on a book tour, showed he posed a danger to the public.
Shkreli, 34, dubbed the "pharma bro" for exploits that include jacking up the price of a life-saving drug by 5,000 percent, was silent and stony-faced as U.S. marshals led him out of a Brooklyn courtroom. U.S. District Judge Kiyo Matsumoto ruled that Shkreli's Sept. Show More Summary
“The most hated man in America” is going to prison over a joke. Late Wednesday, Brooklyn Judge Kiyo Matsumoto ordered that former Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli’s bail be revoked after prosecutors claimed that a Facebook post published by Shkreli on Sept. Show More Summary
The New York Daily News reports: Martin Shkreli got socked into jail Wednesday when a federal judge delivered a poetic punchline to the Pharma Bro’s own Hillary Clinton jokes. Brooklyn Federal Judge Kiyo Matsumoto revoked Shkreli’s $5 million bail Wednesday evening, saying Shkreli’s $5,000 bounty on Clinton’s hair was the final straw. Show More Summary
Martin "Pharmadouche" Shkreli has been ordered to go to jail while awaiting sentencing for securities fraud, because he offered a $5,000 bounty for a single strand of Hillary Clinton’s hair. Via Reuters: U.S. District Judge Kiyo Matsumoto in Brooklyn said the Sept. Show More Summary
``Martin Shkreli got socked into jail Wednesday when a federal judge delivered a poetic punchline to the Pharma Bro's own Hillary Clinton jokes. Brooklyn Federal Judge Kiyo Matsumoto revoked Shkreli's $5 million bail Wednesday evening, saying Shkreli's $5,000 bounty on Clinton's hair was the final straw.''
In a letter to U.S. District Judge Kiyo Matsumoto, Shkreli, 34, said he did not mean to threaten Clinton when he offered the online bounty for pieces of the former Democratic presidential candidate's hair during her upcoming book to...
Former pharmaceutical CEO Martin Shkreli apologized on Monday to a federal judge after offering a $5,000 bounty for some of Hillary Clinton's hair. In a letter addressed to Judge Kiyo Matsumoto, Shkreli wrote that he "used poor judgment"...Show More Summary
Former Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli, who is on trial for eight counts of securities and wire fraud, just did something unprecedented: He listened to the advice of his attorney. Shkreli told Judge Kiyo Matsumoto that he won’t be testifying in his own defense after the prosecution finishes making its case later this week. Show More Summary
“We’ve pretty much concluded he’s not going to testify,” Shkreli’s lawyer, Ben Brafman, told Judge Kiyo Matsumoto.
The trial of former Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli has been temporarily halted by Judge Kiyo Matsumoto after Shkreli’s lawyer objected emphatically as the prosecution planned to show jurors documents it claims are evidence...Show More Summary
Prosecutors want a judge to make "Pharma Bro" Martin Shkreli stop talking. They filed a motion with U.S. District Court Judge Kiyo Matsumoto on Monday, asking that Shkreli and attorneys … Click to Continue »
``In today's hearing in Brooklyn, US District Judge Kiyo Matsumoto finally set the trial date and Shkreli's new attorney, Ben Brafman, told the judge that Shkreli is likely to pursue a reliance of counsel defense. Brafman has mentioned this in past hearings. Show More Summary
Federal Judge Kiyo Matsumoto stepped into the matter because Shkreli is not permitted to leave NYC under the terms of his $5 million bail.
A federal judge on Monday gave Martin Shkreli, a former pharmaceuticals executive facing securities fraud charges, permission to appear at a Congressional hearing on drug pricing. U.S. District Judge Kiyo Matsumoto in Brooklyn, New York modified Shkreli’s bail conditions so that he may appear...