5 minutes ago
After 7 weeks of protesting with a lovely bunch of people, i sadly have to say with regret i have decided to step down from admin and leave the group, today's display in dalkeith was shocking and has shaken me, i have 2 children under 8 with me tonight, that got a fright as a stone bounce of my windows, i have lived in dalkeith most of my live, but i will not put me or my families safety above this, and i ken it was to do with this, this page has been a disgrace the last few days, and hence the reason i'm leaving to, grown adults behaving like kids is not my thing, this is a community with a rapist in, u all need to clear the air, run the page right, and above all stand tall to save ur community from a rapist, i will visit now and again, but i go through ivf next week and i will not risk added stress, i wish u all the luck in the world, toot toot getthe beast out xxx
near Dalkeith, Scotland"
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We find this quite interesting, about Dalkeith ...
Published on Thursday 10 June 2010 10:35
Dalkeith makes crime-fear top 10 list
"Dalkeith has featured alongside some of Glasgow's most notorious neighbourhoods in a poll of Scotland's 'scariest' places.
The town came eighth in a national league table measuring residents' fear of violent crime – with almost 40 per cent afraid of being attacked by a stranger.
The survey was conducted by market research firm CACI, the analysts who produce the British Crime Survey.
For full story, see The Advertiser, out now."
Posted on: April 25th, 2005