Martin Shkreli, the much-vilified former hedge fund manager and Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO, showed up on Capitol Hill for a congressional hearing in Washington, D.C., irking lawmakers in more ways than one, including with his many smirks, Feb. 4, 2016.
At one point, Maryland's Elijah Cummings, the panel's ranking Democrat, reacted by lecturing the businessman: "It's not funny, Mr. Shkreli. People are dying, and they are getting sicker and sicker."
In this photo, Shkreli is sworn in with others during a hearing of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on Capitol Hill. Shkreli, indicted on securities fraud charges, was subpoenaed to appear at the hearing to testify about the prescription drug market. He plead the Fifth, protecting himself against self-incrimination, and declined to answer questions.