He discovered these "horrors" when he left his home on Monday morning around 7:30 a.m.
Eight offensive tags targeting La France insoumise (LFI) and its legislative candidate Andy Kerbrat were written overnight from Sunday to Monday on the walls of a district near the city center of Nantes where the young man lives.
The messages, spray painted, are particularly violent, one of them indicating: “Kerbrat will hang you”.
“Those who did this are cowards, indignant Andy Kerbrat.
It's not politics.
Being targeted at me is one thing, but my home is my private life, it also has consequences for my loved ones.
The thirties, invested in the second district of Loire-Atlantique (Nantes center) by the New popular ecological and social union (Nupes), will file a complaint.
“It's an unpleasant moment to face.
But I will not give in to intimidation.
I remain determined, we will continue our action of course, ”he says.
Andy Kerbrat received several messages of support from elected officials, in particular Johanna Rolland (PS), mayor of Nantes, outgoing MP Valérie Oppelt (LREM) or even MEP Manuel Bompard (LFI).
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