Martin Shkreli (seen in August 2017) is pleading for a substantial reduction in his possible sentence, saying he will be ‘more honest’ in the future. Shkreli, infamous for increasing the cost of drug Daraprim by 5,000 per cent, has been found guilty of securities fraud. File photo: Reuters

‘Pharma bro’ Martin Shkreli vows to be ‘more honest’ in plea for lower prison sentence for losing US$10.4m of investors’ money

Shkreli hopes to get 12-18 months in jail and community service – well under the 30 years he could get for losing more than US$10.4 million of investors’ money

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Martin Shkreli (seen in August 2017) is pleading for a substantial reduction in his possible sentence, saying he will be ‘more honest’ in the future. Shkreli, infamous for increasing the cost of drug Daraprim by 5,000 per cent, has been found guilty of securities fraud. File photo: Reuters
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