WORRIED neighbours in Pathhead, Midlothian, have gathered to share their concerns about the sex beast moving into their quiet street.
Da Vinci Rapist
THE council preparing to rehouse Da Vinci rapist Robert Greens are turning a family home in a quiet street into a fortress.
It has two-way mirrors instead of windows so the new tenant can see out but others can’t see in.
Workmen are busy doing up the house in Pathhead, Midlothian, as fears grow that Greens will soon be released from prison.
Greens looks set to be placed in the council property in Preston Place, Pathhead, Midlothian.
Council workmen have installed reflective windows on the ground floor and reinforced glass at the three-bedroom home.
And a new six-feet high wooden fence has been built to completely surround its back garden.
Around 150 locals gathered today to share their concerns about the sex beast moving in.
Midlothian Council would have a statutory obligation to house a homeless person returning to the area.
No-one at Midlothian Council could be reached for comment today.
A Police Scotland spokeswoman said it was a matter for the Scottish Prison Service.
A Scottish Prison Service spokesman said: “We do not comment on individual prisoners.”
Mum-of-two Gillian Edwardson, 46, a retail worker, said: “It’s a frightening that he’ll be living round about us.
“I’ve got an 18-year-old daughter and I don’t want him here. I think anyone with children will feel the same.
“I want to live in my street without fear and I don’t think I’ll be able to do that anymore.
“From now I’ll have to look out my window to see if he’s there before I leave the house.
“It will change everybody’s life.