Abdoulaye Kanté does not only have friends and the uncompromising book,
Policeman, child of the Republic
, published on January 26 by Fayard is not likely to round off the angles. Quite the contrary. Field cop, Franco-Malian, black and Muslim, currently paid to the Department of International Cooperation of the Ministry of the Interior after twenty-one years of career, he testifies daily to the realities of his profession and goes to war against all those for whom “
security is a shameful dirty word and the business of an ideological camp.
Omnipresent on Twitter, where more than 40,000 subscribers follow him, a regular guest on television and radio sets, this 43-year-old civil servant multiplies his interventions and never hesitates to respond, courteously but firmly, to all those who "
break the cop
out of sheer ideology or political calculation.
Like when the former football world champion Lilian Thuram denounces the “
systemic racism of the French police
”, when Jean-Luc Mélenchon “…
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