Martin Shkreli’s “media strategy” during his fraud trial has been so extreme that it’s worth taking a closer look at it — to learn what not to do. In fact, on Wednesday, given his antics, the judge issued a partial gag order preventing him from speaking about the case in or around the courthouse, including to reporters, for fear of exposing jurors to his opinions. All he seems to have done is upset the judge. Not a good strategy.
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