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World Man jailed over disturbing Facebook post threatening Hillary Clinton.

08:10  14 september  2017
08:10  14 september  2017 Source:   mamamia.com.au

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Notorious former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli has been jailed after a US federal judge deemed him a threat to the community for offering  $ 6,262 ($US 5,000) for anyone who could “grab a hair” from Hillary Clinton during her book tour.

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(Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Wednesday ordered Martin Shkreli to be jailed while he awaits sentencing for securities fraud, citing a Facebook post in which the former drug company executive nicknamed the "Pharma Bro" offered a ,000 reward for a strand of Hillary Clinton 's hair.

His time as a free man , however, could come to an abrupt end after he made threats to Hillary Clinton and two other women online. They went on to detail a pattern of disturbing and threatening behavior. We will find out next week if the constant, vile threats will land Shkreli back in jail , but we

The New York Times reports Shkreli, who was awaiting sentencing after he was convicted last month of securities fraud, has had his bail revoked after he was found to be a threat to the community over his call for a strand of Clinton’s hair.

In a Facebook post that has been since removed, the 34-year-old dubbed the “Pharma bro” offered the money for anyone who could “grab a hair” from Clinton during her book tour.

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On Tuesday, Shkreli apologized for the since-deleted Facebook posts in which he offered ,000 for strands of Clinton 's hair. Pharma Bro Martin Shkreli jailed over threat to Hillary Clinton 7mth.

Martin Shkreli was jailed late Wednesday after a federal judge revoked his bail after the notorious “pharma bro” offered a bounty last week for locks of Hillary Clinton ’s hair. Judge Kiyo Matsumoto’s ruling came after prosecutors argued Shkreli was a danger to the public

The post suggested a conspiracy about the Clinton Foundation and insinuated that Shkreli wanted to compile DNA information about Clinton.

Prosecutors said Shkreli’s behaviour reflected “an escalating pattern of threats and harassment,” and said it required “a significant expenditure of resources” by the Secret Service.

“There has been a danger presented through this post,” Judge Kiyo Matsumoto said, according to the Times.

“That is a solicitation to assault in exchange for money that is not protected by the First Amendment,” she said.

Shkreli has since apologised to Matsumoto for his “awkward attempt at humour”.

Shkreli gained notoriety and was called “America’s most hated man” by the media in 2015 when he hiked the price of Daraprim, a drug used to treat infections in HIV patients, from $US 13.5 to $US 750 dollars per tablet.


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