A preliminary investigation was opened after the publication of personal data of LFI deputy Louis Boyard on Telegram loops linked to the ultra-right, the Créteil prosecution said on Wednesday February 15, confirming information from the Parisian. The investigation, opened on February 11, was entrusted to the brigade for the fight against cybercrime (BL2C) of the Paris judicial police.
According to LeParisien, personal and professional journeys of Louis Boyard, with the precision of the schedules, were published on these Telegram loops. Letters of death threats were sent to his home and to his office at the National Assembly, according to the daily. Police patrols have been put in place, as well as increased surveillance around the home of the LFI deputy for Val-de-Marne due to the "various threats received" recently by the elected official.
This monitoring is part of the "particular context of the pension reform" and a request from the Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, for "more comprehensive enhanced protection for elected officials", according to a source familiar with the matter. . In November, Louis Boyard was the target of insults launched live by Cyril Hanouna during the program Touche pas à mon poste. The C8 channel was sentenced on Thursday to a record fine of 3.5 million euros from Arcom, the media regulator.