Justice Minister Sam Gyimah filbustered the House of Commons, forcing the debate on a bill to pardon living men's outdated same-sex convictions to be postponed.
Add another accomplishment to the famed computer scientist's resume.
The former drug executive who raised the price of a lifesaving medicine by 5,000 percent invoked the Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination in response to lawmakers' questions about price spikes.
The man who rose to fame for hiking the price of Daraprim was arrested by the FBI after an investigation involving his former hedge fund and a pharmaceutical company he previously headed.
"It's always been affordable," he told Bloomberg on Wednesday.
The Democratic frontrunner called on the FDA and FTC to look into the pharmaceutical exec famous for jacking up the price of AIDS medication.
We are all this robot.
Turing is just a symptom of much deeper pharmaceutical woes.
In which a recently formed pharmaceutical company run by a disgraced hedge fund manager starts charging $750 a pill for an essential drug.