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Pharma bro Martin Shkreli sent directly to jail, judge calls him 'danger to society'

Mashable Wednesday, 13 September 2017
The pharma bro is now the pharma inmate. 

Martin Shkreli was called a "danger to society" on Wednesday by a judge, who then canceled his bond release and put him in jail, according to numerous media reports.

Shkreli had been out on a $5 million bond following his conviction for securities fraud in early...
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