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Shkreli's Wu-Tang Album Could Be Seized by U.S. Prosecutors

  • The government wants $7.4 million from Shkreli in fraud case
  • Former biotech CEO was convicted in August and jailed
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Why Martin Shkreli Was Found Guilty of Fraud
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Martin Shkreli may have spun his last track on a one-of-a-kind album by the Wu-Tang Clan.

Prosecutors said Friday Shkreli should be forced to forfeit $7.4 million, which could include $5 million in bail money and the album "Once Upon a Time in Shaolin." Along with the disk set, which he bought two years ago for $2 million from the celebrated New York hip-hop group, the government said it may also seek a Picasso painting he owns, his Enigma machine from World War II, and his interest in Turing Pharmaceuticals AG.