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Epic Corruption In the Drug Industry — The Faces of Evil

Thursday, October 6, 2016 12:41
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NUKE PRO: Exposing Truth Anti-Nuclear Information and Resources, and Disaster Preparation Planning: Look at this wide face on this sociopath.
Caught lying about lab test results, damaging people with false health information, simply to increase wealth.
And the eyes….as whacked out as Hillary’s


And the Epi-Pen Rip Off — which one is she?  

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constitutional powers. Yet during a television interview on Aug. 25,
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Then, at 6 a.m. Thursday, F.B.I. agents arrested Mr. Shkreli, 32, at his Murray Hill apartment. 


was arraigned in Federal District Court in Brooklyn on s

In a statement, a spokesman for Mr. Shkreli said he was confident that he would be cleared of all charges.

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Mr. Shkreli has emerged as a symbol of pharmaceutical greed for acquiring a decades-old drug used to treat an infection that can be devastating for babies and people with AIDS and, overnight, raising the price to $750 a pill from $13.50. His only mistake, he later conceded, was not raising the price more.


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