epa03336777 A protester holds a sign that reads 'shame' during a demonstration near the 'Poor Clare Sisters' convent, in Malonne, Belgium, 03 August 2012, against Michelle Martin moving into it. The former wife and accomplice of convicted Belgian paedophile killer Marc Dutroux was to leave prison for a convent, a Belgian court ruled 31 July 2012. Michelle Martin was sentenced to 30 years in 2004 for taking part in Dutroux's crimes. He is serving a life sentence for kidnapping, raping and killing several girls as well as a former accomplice. Judges in Mons said Martin could stay with the Poor Clare Sisters in Malonne, a town outside Namur and about 80 kilometres south of Brussels. It is a 30-minute drive from Marcinelle, the town where she and Dutroux used to live. EPA/JULIEN WARNAND
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