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‘Sex abuse’ family’s legal adviser arrested

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Ryan Crighton
The Press Journal
Tuesday, February 16, 2010

The legal adviser to the family of a disabled woman who claims she was abused by a paedophile ring as a child was arrested yesterday as he made his way to the centre of Aberdeen to hand out leaflets.

Political hopeful Robert Green represents the mother of Hollie Greig, a 30-year-old woman with Down’s Syndrome who says she was sexually assaulted by a Scottish sheriff, who is still serving, and a senior Grampian Police officer who is now dead.

Last night, 63-year-old Mr Green was charged with breach of the peace.

He is expected to appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court on Monday.


It is understood he was arrested as he made his way to Union Street, where he was going to tell people about Hollie’s case and his plans to contest the Aberdeen South parliamentary seat as an independent candidate.

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Mr Green, of Cheshire, had been staying at a bed and breakfast in King Street.

He was expected in Union Street near the Marks and Spencer store at 10.30am but never arrived.

Other “injustice” campaigners, including Aberdeen man David Emslie, formerly of Nigg Kirk Road, were waiting for Mr Green and said they were concerned for his safety when he did not appear.

Grampian Police later confirmed Mr Green was in custody.

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This article was posted: Tuesday, February 16, 2010 at 2:04 pm

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