The Department of Justice says they've sentenced a Redmond man for possessing child pornography. Brian Fabbrini, 33, was sentenced Tuesday by a U.S. District Judge to 4 years in prison and 10 years of supervised release. Attorney Anne Marie Sgarlata says the case dates back to 2008 when an undercover investigation turned up a peer-to-peer file sharing program of child porn videos. She says the Department of Justice will prosecute these cases to the full extent of the law. It is a terrible situation because it involves the direct victimization and sexual abuse of these children. Unlike the direct abuse itself when there's pictures taken of it and they are on the Internet so these children have to live the rest of their life; essentially not being able to put their past behind them because they know at any point they could run into somebody who has seen such images and that is very difficult for them." During the search warrant at Fabbrini's Redmond home police also found an unregistered metal pipe bomb, so he was also sentenced on that crime.