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Here's the Full Text of Martin Shkreli's Criminal Indictment

The FBI arrested the controversial pharmaceutical CEO on seven counts of fraud.
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Martin Shkreli, CEO of a boutique pharmaceutical company and a man who has become widely reviled for jacking up the price of an AIDS drug, was arrested by the FBI in Manhattan Thursday morning on charges of seven counts of fraud.

The charges do not appear to directly relate to his decision to acquire the AIDS medication Daraprim and raise the price of it from $13 per tablet to $833 per tablet. The indictment suggests that Shkreli and an accomplice, Evan Greebel, lied to investors about the performance of MSMB Capital Management, a hedge fund they managed and about the performance of Retrophin Inc., a pharmaceutical company Shkreli used to run.


The indictment suggests that, over the course of several years, Shkreli continually lied to the tune of at least $8 million. In one case, Shkreli allegedly told potential investors that those who had invested in MSMB in 2009 had "just about doubled their money net of fees."

"Contrary to Shkreli's representations, the MSMB Capital investors who invested in 2009 had lost their investments, not 'doubled their money net of fees,'" the FBI wrote in the indictment.

The FBI confirmed to Motherboard that Shkreli has been arrested.

As there appears to be quite a bit of schadenfreude circulating on social media regarding Shkreli's arrest, we've decided to post the entire indictment, which we obtained from the federal government's PACER document filing system.

If you're wondering what will become of Shkreli's latest prized possession—a one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album—you're not alone. The FBI did not directly respond to my question about whether or not it had seized the album (the FBI referred me to the PACER documents), but the indictment does note that, if convicted, the federal government will seize "any property, real or personal, which constitutes or is derived from proceeds traceable to any such offenses."