Pharma Bro Shkreli Wanted Hillary's Hair-Got Jail Instead-Bail Revoked

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    Too funny. Horrible human being Martin Shkreli, the asshole that bought the company producing a lifesaving drug and then increased the price 700% offered a bounty to anyone who would get him a strand of Hillary Clinton's hair with the follicle intact. Prosecutors considered that to indicate he was a danger and petitioned the court to revoke his bail while he awaited sentencing for his recent fraud conviction. The judge agreed and so off to jail went Martin.
    It is unknown whether he will still pay the bounty on Hillary's hair or why he wanted it in the first place.

    cbsnews.com/news/martin-shkreli-bail-revoked-heads-to-jail-pharma-bro/

    Who the heck doesn't think this is funny?
     
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