Wednesday, January 26

Delphine Jubillar case. Louis, 7, confirmed before the judges “a heated discussion” between his parents on the evening of Delphine’s disappearance

Louis, the 7-year-old boy, of the Jubillar couple was heard Friday by the investigating judges in Toulouse in the investigation into the disappearance of his mother Delphine, who has not given any sign of life since the night of December 15 to 16, 2020, in Cagnac-les-Mines, in the Tarn.

During his hearing, the boy confirmed the words he had already made to investigators responsible for unraveling the mystery of this disappearance.

“A lively discussion and confirms having been the listener”

“Louis witnessed the last moments lived by his mother Delphine Jubillar” recalled his lawyer Me Lauren Boguet to our colleagues from La Dépêche du Midi. “He confirms his statements that there was, at the very least, a heated discussion and confirms that he was the auditor,” the lawyer said after Louis’s two-hour hearing.

He said in front of the judges, a remark he had already said in front of the investigators: “I heard this sentence, ‘if this is how we are going to separate'”.

A sentence heard by the little boy while he was in his bed around 11 p.m. at the family home.

Louis’ lawyer clarified that this hearing “is a difficult exercise for a 7 year old child”. And to add that he was able to express himself freely. It is a memory exercise that is asked of a child who suffers from the disappearance of both parents. “

We feel that he is indeed in great pain

“He is a child who is very lively, who is impressive in terms of the memories he can draw but we feel that he is indeed in great suffering” he also indicated.

Cédric Jubillar, 34, is indicted for “murder” suspected of having killed his wife, Delphine. He is to be heard on the merits of the case on December 3 by the investigating judges. He is currently in pre-trial detention and his requests for release have so far been rejected since his imprisonment on 18 June.

“I am an innocent man put in jail”

The lawyers of Cédric Jubillar, who claims his innocence in this case, believe that the file of their client is “empty” “there is no evidence, no body, no scene of the crime” and “we do not know absolutely what that happened”. They also judge his pre-trial detention as “abusive”.

During his last hearing before the examining magistrates, Cédric Jubillar repeated that he had nothing to do with the disappearance of his wife. “I am an innocent man put in prison, all because at the beginning you were manipulated. In the end, I am a victim who lives in the prison. I would like you to really hear it” he said. to magistrates.

The magistrates, them, have always justified their refusals of release considering that there is a bundle of “serious and concordant” indications to justify the continued detention.

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