Extremists Suggest Ways To Murder A French Pro-Vaccine Journalist: ‘Hang Him, Shoot Him, Kidnap and Butcher Him, Lock Him In A Warehouse, Detonate His Car, Bury Him In The Forest - Who Has His Address?’

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November 11, 2021

Various extremist individuals on the social media have been suggesting ways of murdering a French pro-vaccine journalist: series of violent suggestions have been made in various social media accounts. These include: hang him, shoot him, kidnap and butcher him, lock him In a warehouse, detonate his car, bury him in the forest. Some described precise modus operandi and others asked for the journalist's address.

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