INVESTIGATION The teacher at Chantemerle college, in Essonne, was threatened on the very day of the anniversary of the assassination of Samuel Paty
Photo taken on November 3, 2020 showing a poster bearing the image of Samuel Patty. — Thomas COEX
It was a sad way to commemorate the assassination of Samuel Paty. On October 16, the very day of the anniversary of the death of the history professor at Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, a teacher from the Chantemerle college in Corbeil-Essonnes was threatened by her students, while she was chatting with them and them on the TikTok social network, the Evry prosecution tells us, confirming information from Parisian.
“In the context of exchanges on TikTok with a group theoretically composed of students and former students, a former student published a ringtone . The teacher indicated that it reminded him of Breton music. Students then made comments blaming a lack of respect for the students. religion [` Islam], and some of the remarks made to against him were threatening, reports to 20 Minutes a source within the prosecution of Evry. “It should come as no surprise that çit ended like çit after,” one of the students, according to Le Parisien.
Appeal to; the war of Daesh ?
The prayer in question could turn out to be a call to the war of Daesh, according to a teacher from the college of Chantemerle interviewed by the newspaper Le Parisien.
A complaint was filed by the professor, according to the Evry prosecution, and an investigation is underway at the local police station for the offense of “threat of crime or misdemeanor against against a charged public service mission”. According to the academy of Versailles questioned by Le Parisien, the police would have put in place measures to secure the teacher’s home-college journeys as well as surveillance of the establishment.
On October 10, a history teacher from the Georges-Brassens high school in Evry had been threatened of death via a letter, indicating that he would suffer the same fate as Samuel Paty.