"If I used that kind of grotesque language with one person, it would seem to me that there would be traces of it throughout the employees who worked closely with me, there would be other individuals who heard it, or bits and pieces of it, or various levels of it," Thomas said, as if daring the Senate committee to investigate further.
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Federal sentencing guidelines had suggested a prison term of decades, in large part because of Matsumoto's finding that the losses from Shkreli's crimes totaled $10.4 million.
"I was never motivated by money," Shkreli said. "I wanted to grow my stature and my reputation."
"I accept the fact that I made serious mistakes, but I still believe that I am a good person with much potential," Shkreli wrote from jail.
"He has the potential to do good," Brafman argued, pointing to Shkreli's intellectual brilliance and altruism toward others less fortunate them himself.
Shkreli plans to appeal his conviction.