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s this the end of the line for the “pharma bro” with the perpetual smirk?

Martin Skhreli was found guilty on Friday of three counts of fraud after a five-week trial in federal court in Brooklyn, N.Y. He faces a prison sentence that could stretch years.

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  • Actually I think Pharma will see MORE of “The Bro” in the future. Since the SEC will probably bar him from trading for life and FINRA will yank his license where else can he go? Should however change his name to sonething less onerous, like Martin McFly.

    • This can actually happen since Trump will abolish the law that says convicted felons can’t hold government jobs, that is, after he pardons his entire family before Mueller drops the hammer.

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