Martin Shkreli will have his day(s) in court - next June
Martin Shkreli has just under a year to prep for his trial on federal securities charges.
Judge Kiyo Matsumoto set the trial date for June 26 next year, according to wire reports.
Shkreli became infamous last year after his startup Turing grabbed an old drug called Daraprim and immediately jacked up the price by 5,000%-plus. But while the scandal and resulting outcry may have made him a tempting target for federal investigators—especially as the youthful looking exec took to Twitter to taunt and sneer at his legion of tormentors—it has nothing to do with his federal case.
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