"As the new CEO of the FBI, I declare myself innocent," a delusional Shkreli stated as he rubbed the redness from his wrists where only moments ago cuffs held him in restraint, "but the FBI men who unlawfully arrested me are innocent until proven guilty. My attorney, Evan Greebel--bless his heart--who worked diligently from the confines of his cell, suggested I set these former employees' bail at $13,500, but I raised it to $750,000." There was no word on Greebel's release.
"Why do you think I bought Daraprim?" Shkreli retorted. "Buying these drugs is like printing money, which would be illegal. And at the end of the day, if you've robbed Peter to pay Paul, the money has to come from somewhere."
Asked about his immediate plans, Shkreli replied, "I think I'll go home and listen to this new record I bought."