America's Most Punchable Face to Be Kept Safely Behind Bars
We won't have to hear about his puerile antics of buying up the web domains of journalists he despised, or harassing women for his own cheap kicks, or raising the cost of life-saving drugs to preposterous sums with no sense of remorse. We're done reading headlines about how this fleck of spittle clinging between the pages of history was considered so publicly vile and obnoxious that the Federal District Court in Brooklyn had difficulty finding unbiased jurors to preside over his conviction.
And we certainly will stop devoting all thought to how truly inept one person had to be at crime to commit fraud through two companies he ran, then illegally use another company he ran to attempt to pay back the very people he defrauded.
Shkreli was never the aloof supervillain he so frequently postured as, and the only true threat he represented was to our collective patience through incessant, puerile attention-seeking. But now we're free from having to hear about him, at least for a little while.