UPDATE:  Greedy little creep now facing 20 years of jail time.  It seems that there was a Ponzi scheme reason for all of this.  Added bonus, his attorney was arrested as well.

Martin Shkreli, the hedge fund manager and latest poster boy for Wall Street greed, now says he regrets not increasing the price of a life-saving drug by more than he already did.

Asked by an audience member at a healthcare summit hosted by Forbes on Thursday what he’d do differently if he could go back in time to before his highly criticized decision to raise the price of a 62-year-old drug, he replied: “I probably would have raised prices higher, is probably what I should have done. I could have raised it higher and made more profits for our shareholders. Which is my primary duty.”

This game is played daily.  Make as much as possible for the shareholders.  Does that garbage called ObamaCare ring a bell?

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