It is a sentence of Cédric Jubillar which could have confirmed the investigators in their axis of research to elucidate the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, mother of 33 years.
A month and a half before the disappearance of his wife, Cédric Jubillar would have made this terrible threat according to telephone tapping revealed by our colleagues from the Parisian: “She annoys me, I am going to kill her and no one will find her”.
Words that resonate very particularly a few weeks later when Delphine Jubillar disappeared on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020.
These wiretaps were broadcast to Nadine Jubillar, Cédric’s mother, during his police custody. She would have recognized the words of her son there but would have evoked an “anger and not an intention”.
Also according to the Parisian, during a confrontation with her son, Nadine Jubillar would have urged her son to finally speak to investigators, which he did not do. La Dépêche revealed this Sunday that Nadine Jubillar no longer believed in the innocence of her son.
Cédric Jubillar will be before the judge this Tuesday to try to obtain release while he is indicted for aggravated murder of a spouse.