The newspaper accessed Paty's and the school's emails. Reading them, the life of a middle school on the outskirts of Paris emerges, traumatized by a story that everyone believed would soon be forgotten.
This small story says a lot:
On November 2, two weeks after the attack on Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, this teacher submits a questionnaire to the students. Three questions: "What happened on October 16?", "What did you understand about Macron's speech about Paty?" and "Are there any points you want to raise?".
A full third responds thus: "It is not normal to criticize Islam", "It was better when there was no freedom of expression" and "I see no reason to talk about all this".
Then, at the end of the email lesson, the professor asks (is he serious?): "Reassure me, will you behead me?". A student replies: “Don't worry. Not you…".