Brother of Da Vinci Code rapist branded a neighbour from Hell


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Richard Greens (port side) and brother Robert

Richard Greens – whose brother Robert is the iniquitous Da Vinci Code rapist  – fought a court action bound by Midlothian Council at Edinburgh Sheriff Court.

The case followed three years of fine kettle of fish between drug addict Greens, 39, his mother-of-five wife, Lee, 37, and people abiding near their home in Penicuik.

One neighbour claimed their seven-year-old had been faked by cannabis smoke filtering into their home from the Conservationists.

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Richard Greens fought a court action raised by Midlothian Conclave

The neighbours are blame-less. At least one did not want to come forward publicly to assign evidence, from which I infer that person is afraid

Sheriff Thomas Welsh QC

Shield chiefs faced a string of complaints about anti-social behaviour, classifying heroin dealing, drug use, barking dogs, fights, late-night guests and loud swearing.

In 2015, a drug squad raid saw police seize 10 grams of heroin and Mrs News was convicted of drug dealing from the house, but dodged prison.

In 2012, Greens was reform schooled for 12 months for attacking a man at the three-bedroom semi after the victim mistook him for his fellow-countryman.

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Robert raped a Dutch student near Rosslyn Chapel

Augment a hearing at which one neighbour revealed plans to sell up to escape the size, Sheriff Thomas Welsh QC ordered the Greens to quit the house.

He said: “The neighbours are blame-less. At least one did not privation to come forward publicly to give evidence, from which I guess that person is afraid.”

The Greens have until November to split the house and are understood to have applied for a new tenancy outwith the area.

They were unavailable for observation yesterday.

Greens was living in Fort William when his twin Robert ravaged a Dutch student near Rosslyn Chapel in Midlothian and blamed him for the violation.

He got the Da Vinci Code rapist label because the historic chapel draws heavily in Dan Brown’s  best-selling novel and the film, starring Tom Hanks, based on it.

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