A sentence that Cédric Jubillar would have said, a few weeks before the disappearance of his wife Delphine on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020 in Cagnac-les-Mines in the Tarn, reinforces the suspicions that weigh against him.
This is one more element to charge against Cédric Jubillar, indicted for the murder of his wife Delphine who disappeared on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020. While the mother of the suspect, Nadine F. seems to believe more and more to the responsibility of his son, as revealed La Dépêche du Midi, another testimony reinforces the accusation.
Cédric Jubillar would have said in front of his mother several weeks before the disappearance of his wife: “She annoys me. I am going to kill her, I am going to bury her and no one will find her”. A terrible sentence, unveiled by The Parisian, remembered by the mother during the confrontation with her son on the night of Thursday 17 to Friday 18 June during their police custody. The latter reportedly declared that she had “not taken it seriously at the time.”
Words spoken between late October and early November 2020
According to our colleagues, these words were said between the end of October and the beginning of November 2020, a few days before Delphine’s disappearance, in a parking lot near Cédric Jubillar’s workplace, while the couple had once again quarreled over the Eve.
At the beginning of March 2021, in a testimony collected by our colleagues from France Bleu Occitanie, a person presented as a member of the family who spoke anonymously indicated that Cédric Jubillar would have repeatedly declared : “Yes I’m going to kill her, I’m going to bury her, no one is going to find her. She wants to leave me, she wants to ask for a divorce.” Elements that this witness brought to the attention of the gendarmes of the Toulouse research section responsible for the investigation with the Albi research brigade.
Request for release of Cécric Jubillar examined Tuesday July 6
During his custody in mid-June, Cédric Jubillar’s mother found herself in full doubt. In an exchange between investigators and the suspect’s mother, to which La Dépêche du Midi was able to have access, she is shaken by the evidence presented to her by the investigators. “Given these elements, do you think today that your son is involved in the disappearance of his wife?” asks a gendarme. “Yes, I think so …”, answers Nadine, in tears.
This Tuesday, July 6, will be examined by the investigating chamber of the Toulouse Court of Appeal, the request for release of Cédric Jubillar made by his lawyers, Mes Emmanuellle Franck, Alexandre Martin and Jean-Baptiste Alary. They intend to dismantle all the charges weighing on their client. These facts presented unfairly, according to them, by the public prosecutor Dominique Alzéari during a press conference on June 18.
Cédric Jubillar is indicted for intentional homicide by spouse on his wife. He was held in pre-trial detention at the Seysses remand center near Toulouse.