Brigitte Macron will receive Wednesday, June 7 at 16 p.m. the mother and stepfather of Lindsay, who committed suicide on May 12 after being bullied at school, according to information from the JDD confirmed to Le Figaro. The family's lawyer, Pierre Debuisson, will also be present.
After a first meeting with the Minister of National Education Pap N'Diaye, the mother of the girl had "not found the minister sincere" and the lawyer Pierre Debuisson said Monday evening "very disappointed" of the appointment and said that "nothing concrete has been proposed" in the face of the problem of school bullying. It remains to be seen whether this meeting with the first lady will be more convincing.
Three complaints filed
Three complaints were filed against the management of the college, the academy of Lille and the police officers in charge of the investigation for "non-assistance to person in danger", had detailed Me Pierre Debuisson, in an interview with Le Figaro.
A fourth complaint targets the social network Facebook, "completely defective" in terms of content moderation and the fight against "hate speech", according to the lawyer, denouncing the continuation of harassment against Lindsay, especially on Instagram. "With other ministries we will consult and act extremely firmly with regard to social networks because beyond what they can say, we know that their reaction is too slow and certainly not up to what we expect from them," the minister said Thursday.