Marchers in protest over Da Vinci rapist

FURIOUS neighbours have laid siege to the new home of Da Vinci Code rapist Robert Greens after he returned to Midlothian.'A large crowd unfurled banners reading 'Beast' and 'Da Vinci Rapist' while passing motorists honked their horns in support.'Protestors took to the streets as word spread that the 34-year-old, who brutally raped a student at Rosslyn Chapel in 2005, was back in the area just months after being driven out.''Soon after it emerged Greens ' one of scotland's most dangerous sex offenders ' had moved into a rural cottage on the outskirts of Newtongrange & Gorebridge, locals began demanding his removal and accused the authorities of using the property, which was previously occupied by child sex offender William Dunsmore, as 'a dumping ground for sexual predators'.
FURIOUS neighbours have laid siege to the new home of Da Vinci Code rapist Robert Greens after he returned to Midlothian.'A large crowd unfurled banners reading 'Beast' and 'Da Vinci Rapist' while passing motorists honked their horns in support.'Protestors took to the streets as word spread that the 34-year-old, who brutally raped a student at Rosslyn Chapel in 2005, was back in the area just months after being driven out.''Soon after it emerged Greens ' one of scotland's most dangerous sex offenders ' had moved into a rural cottage on the outskirts of Newtongrange & Gorebridge, locals began demanding his removal and accused the authorities of using the property, which was previously occupied by child sex offender William Dunsmore, as 'a dumping ground for sexual predators'.

Midlothian is now Da Vinci Code rapist Robert Greens’ “permanent home”, agencies responsible for monitoring him have confirmed.

The announcement comes after Greens’ return to the county prompted the delivery of a petition to the Scottish Parliament on Monday.

Signed by 1500 people, it called for “appropriate action” to be taken to move the sex offender “outwith the region”.

Around 600 protesters marched through Newtongrange on Monday evening after it emerged that Greens, jailed for 10 years in 2006 for the rape of a teenager near Rosslyn Chapel, had been housed in a semi-rural area on the outskirts of the village.

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