Transcript for 'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli found guilty of securities fraud charges
him douring the break. But right now, we hear sessions' job is safe. And martin Shkreli, found guilty. Still tonight, he and his legal team are celebrating the verdict, calling it a witch hunt and his lawyer smiling, predicting one day he would develop a cure for children. Here's linsey Davis. Reporter: The so-called bad boy of pharmaceuticals, martin Shkreli found guilty of securities fraud today and still defiant. This was a witch hunt of epic proportions and they found one or two broomsticks but at the end of the day we've been acquitted of the most important charges. We're gratified of the jury's verdict. Justice has been served. Reporter: Infamously outspoken, he live streamed after the verdict. He has always been quick to write off his critics. One of the headlines, saying you were the most hated man in America. I'm not a greedy person. Martin is a brilliant young man, but sometimes people skills don't translate well. Reporter: The defense claimed there were no victims, in the end, no one lost any money. And putting him in jail would be a mistake. Linsey, we saw Shkreli saying he feels like he won. Does he face jail time? Reporter: He still faces up to 20 years behind bars, though he'll likely get a lot less time. He's now awaiting a sentencing date. David? Thank you. Next to the harrowing escape
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