The Nazis were imprisoned for distributing child pornography
A Southland man with more than 120 videos of child abuse on his computer has been sentenced to four and a half years.
The 31-year-old man has been charged with 16 ill-treatment and negligence.
Judge John Brandts-Giesen at Invercargill District Court on Friday
These topics include sharing and sharing videos and photos with children.
Judge Brands-Giessen rejected the removal order
However, Hugo Youngs lawyer said the man is appealing the verdict without betraying his name.
Men are included in the children’s criminal record.
Judge Brandes-Giesen said child pornography was bad.
The judge said his withdrawal was worse.
Even though the viewer’s mind was already distorted, he said he was still looking for sources.
It is only produced by child abuse.
No evidence was found for the jury, but the judge compared the movement of the Brand-Gagan grains and their substitutions.
If people stop looking at these things, the demand will dry up.
Ian said the man could be arrested.
Ian told his sister that he would get the result.
She said the man was gay and had been depressed for some time.
Ian took him to the security office at the time and said he was in danger.
Male pornography is not difficult and some people hide it for hours.
The young man said that the laptop does not protect the password and does not work in a dark network.
Prosecutor General Sarah McKenzie said there was no response to the men’s refusal.
As for the name limit, Mackenzie argues that the crime should be stopped.
New says it is right to ignore such issues.
The judge ruled that the sentence should be reduced by 10 percent due to previous mental health and convictions.
Allegations of photos in the media have been denied.