Wednesday, December 29, Pascal Bois, LREM deputy for Oise, is woken up at three in the morning by the firefighters, alerted by his neighbor. He discovers, in the middle of the night, his car set on fire, and inscriptions on his garage: “Vote no” and “It’s going to fart”. A reference to the discussion of the bill on the Vaccine Pass in the Assembly. The remains of a flaming tire, slipped through its portal, confirm the criminal trail.
A courier with a bullet
“My first reaction was astonishment, but less than that of my wife who did not think that we could reach such extremes”, says the elected official. This is not the first attempt to intimidate him. “It all started in mid-November with a letter containing a bullet, followed by two or three threatening emails,” he says.