Regina man pronounced long haul wrongdoer

A Regina man who concede to youngster sexual entertainment charges in June of last year has now been proclaimed a drawn out guilty party.

Fifty-year-old James Stuart Millie was captured in November of 2019 after the Saskatchewan Internet Child Exploitation Unit got an objection about transfers of youngster erotic entertainment to a site. The examination brought about the capture of Millie, and he was accused of ownership, making accessible and getting to kid porn. He had been captured on comparable charges in 2008.
Subsequent to conceding to the charges keep going June, a drawn out guilty party hearing was held for Millie at the Court of Queen’s Bench in Regina in April. During the appearance, he was condemned to six years in presence, with 30 months credit for time served. The sentence included four years for having youngster erotic entertainment, two years for making the material accessible and two years, served simultaneously, for getting to the material