For the third time, justice must examine a new request for the release of the main suspect in the still unresolved case of the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar.
Cédric Jubillar, suspected of having killed his wife, and imprisoned since June in the prison of Seysses (Haute-Garonne), continues to claim to be innocent.
His request is examined Tuesday morning before the Toulouse Court of Appeal. He will not be present during the hearing, during which his three lawyers will try to convince the magistrates of the investigating chamber of the Court of Appeal of his innocence.
An “empty” folder
“More than ever this file is empty, this file crumbles over time, it is stalled. We have been saying it for six months, and we continue to keep this man in detention, ”assures one of his lawyers, Jean-Baptiste Alary. “Keeping him in detention becomes totally unreasonable,” he pleads. The six months he spent free, he did not interfere with the investigation, justice must regain serenity in the analysis of the file. “
The previous requests for the release of this 34-year-old painter-plasterer were rejected by the courts for whom corroborating evidence leads to the conclusion of the husband’s involvement in the disappearance of the nurse from Cagnac-les-Mines, near d’Albi, December 15, 2020.
In this case without a corpse or confession, the investigators of the research section of the gendarmerie are continuing their research in the field and a cell dedicated to these investigations remains activated, more than a year after the disappearance, according to a source close to the file. .
Her new companion “not 100% sure” of her innocence
A rebound in this affair occurred in December, a year to the day after the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar. The new companion of Cédric Jubillar was placed in police custody, before being released, without being indicted. The gendarmes thought she could have information on the whereabouts of the nurse’s corpse.
Shaken by this custody for “concealment of a corpse” from which she emerged free, this 44-year-old woman said last Thursday that she still supported her companion, but that she could not help but doubt, admitting “Not to be 100% sure of your innocence”.
Advances in the investigation revealed by The Parisian Monday evening. Séverine L., his new companion, would have met six times the former cellmate of Cédric Jubillar, a certain Marco, to whom Cédric would have confessed to having killed his companion. Macro, a 36-year-old Corsican heavily convicted, reported to investigators the holding of these six secret meetings and two were monitored discreetly by them.
After my custody, I had doubts, now I no longer know, I want the truth to be known as soon as possible.
According to the ex-detainee, Cédric Jubillar would have taken his new girlfriend to the place where the remains of Delphine Jubillar was, and she would have indicated to Marco a path leading to the remains, according to our colleagues. But Severine L. denies Tuesday on BFMTV. “I never brought the fellow inmate to the scene, I never went with Cédric to the scene, and Cédric never seriously told me that he had killed his wife, except by laughing, showing me the farm. I told him to go and see, but I would be surprised if you found Delphine, I think Cédric is kidding you, it’s black humor and that doesn’t make me laugh ”.
Today, she repeats that she has doubts with the news channel. “After my custody, I had doubts, now I no longer know, I want the truth to be known as soon as possible”.