Earlier this month, Martin Shkreli was found guilty on fraud charges in a US federal court after a highly publicised, month-long trial.
The 'Pharma Bro' became notorious after raising the price of an anti-AIDS drug by 5000 percent.
Today, Harper's Magazine published transcripts of excerpts from the trial's jury selection process.
The transcripts make it clear that attorneys found it difficult to find impartial jurors.
"I think he's a greedy little man," one juror said.
"The only thing I'd be impartial about is what prison this guy goes to," said another.
When asked if they could decide this case with an open mind, one juror answered, "I don't think I can because he kind of looks like a dick."
According to Harper's, more than 200 jurors were dismissed.
Federal prosecutors had accused the 34-year-old of defrauding investors in his hedge funds and stealing from his old drug company, Retrophin Inc, to pay them back.
The charges included two counts of securities fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit fraud. Shkreli was also found not guilty on five other conspiracy counts.