Martin Shkreli (k/n/a Prisoner “87850-053”) was sentenced to 7 Years in Federal Prison. As he wept, he stated:
“This is my fault. I am no victim here,” Shkreli said, before breaking down into tears as he promised not to let his lawyer Benjamin Brafman down in his efforts to contribute to society.
Justice has been served on all the citizens who suffered when he surreptitiously raised the amount of an HIV Medication from $13.50 a pill to $750.00 a pill. He exhibited no remorse. Prisoner 87850-053 even had the unmitigated gall to smirk and laugh at Congress when they attempted to question him regarding his decision. In my opinion, he is Evil. Hopefully jail will turn his life around in prison.
|Register Number: 87850-053
|Located at: Brooklyn MDC
|Release Date: UNKNOWN
Be always humble, gentle, and patient. Show your love by being tolerant with one another. Do your best to preserve the unity which the Spirit gives by means of the peace that binds you together. (Ephesians 4:2-3)
A Baltimore County jury found Corporal Royce Ruby and the Baltimore County Police Department, liable for the death of Korryn and for the injuries her son, Kodi, suffered when he was shot. The jury of six women found that Ruby’s shooting of Korryn was not reasonable and therefore violated her civil rights. Interestingly, the jury reached the verdict in three hours. It is anticipated that the County will appeal the decision. The Maryland Local Government Tort Claims Act (“MLGTCA”) would limit the families recovery against the county to $400,000.00; however, because Ruby was sued in his individual capacity and because the jury awarded punitive damages, which in Maryland, has an element of malice, the family is not capped at $400,000 for Ruby’s conduct and may be able to come after him for the entire amount of the judgment. It is likely, however, that the County will file a post-trial motion to reduce the judgment, prior to an appeal.
In speaking with reporters, Korryn’s mother stated:
“This win is for all of my sisters in the movement who have lost their children to police violence,” she said. “Some of them have never received justice, either criminally or civil. I just want to tell them that this win is for them.”
May Korryn Gaines continue to Rest in Peace