This is the second time in a few days that Pascale Requenna, Modem Mayor of Hagetmau, in the Landes, has been the target of threats for his position in favor of compulsory vaccination and the health pass.

At the end of July, his name, highlighted, appeared on sheets stapled to dummy guillotines in wood and cardboard, about 2 meters high, discovered in four municipalities of the Landes, including Hagetmau. These lists of names were accompanied by a leaflet entitled “prohibition of compulsory health pass and vaccination”.

This Tuesday, the elected received a letter, containing a 9 mm caliber pistol cartridge “with a small message, on which it was written ‘collabo'”, Pascale Requenna confided on BFMTV, specifying to have “filed a new complaint”. According to the Mont-de-Marsan prosecutor’s office at Agence France-Presse (AFP), an investigation into a death threat has been opened.

According to the edile, his decision to support the decisions of Emmanuel Macron concerning the extension of the health pass and compulsory vaccination for health personnel, “caused some stir on social networks, but until then I had never been the victim of such threats “.

If, according to her, “we have always said that the mayor is the favorite of the French, we also say that it is also the elected” Within range ‘”. However, “there is a difference to be made between being ‘within range of shouting’ and threats currently being made”, affirmed Pascale Requenna, who explains doubting that the mail was Addressed by residents of his municipality.

In recent weeks, several elected officials, notably members of Parliament, have been the subject of death threats and attempted intimidation for their support for the vaccination strategy and the government’s health pass, leading to the Paris prosecutor’s office to open an investigation on July 20.