Those who have more than 120 videos on their laptops are sentenced to four and a half years.
The 31-year-old man received 16 marks for the use, abuse and spread of violence against children.
Judge John von Brand-Gigan at Inverter District Court on Friday.
The complainants are involved in the ownership and distribution of video content for children.
Judge Brentz-Geiss temporarily revoked the removal decision
As a result, the man filed a complaint with his name still pending, prosecutor Hugo Young said.
Children are registered as criminals.
Judge Brands-Gison said the child was pornographic.
The judge said the crime was committed because of your actions.
Whenever the guardian finds the heart, he will speak and see.
It can be produced with the help of child pornography.
The convicted perpetrator did not produce the products, and Judge Brandt-Gerson distinguished between thieves and robbers.
People say that when people stop watching such things, they will simply realize their potential.
The young people said the prison would be more difficult.
“He said it would be a goal,” Youngs said.
The man said he had committed suicide and had been depressed for a long time.
The young man said he was taken to the security department and arrested after receiving threats.
The naked men’s market doesn’t make sense because some people try to keep the device a secret,
said the boy.
Young said the laptop does not protect passwords and does not work in dark networks.
Attorney Sarah Mackenzie said the family could be convicted without remorse.
As for registration management, Mackenzie said this type of contamination could be prevented.
Young says he gave up on that feeling.
The judge found that there was a 10% reduction in whether or not the victim suffered a stroke in the arguments.
Media requests for photos were denied.