French police union takes legal action against school

French police union takes school to court - A small French police union is taking a school to court over a song children were to perform which included the lyrics "to pee on a policeman". The union , said last week on Facebook that it had filed a complaint against the director of a primary school in Nancy. It accuses the song entitled “TO miss school” to be an "incitement to terrorism”,

The union said it would also file a complaint against the Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer "for complicity if the latter does not immediately stop these offences".

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