“She annoys me. I’m going to kill her, I’m going to bury her and no one will find her …”
This is the terrible sentence that Cédric Jubillar would have said to his mother, between the end of October and the beginning of November, in a parking lot, near his work.
Since then, the man has been in pre-trial detention, indicted for “intentional homicide on a spouse”. His wife Delphine Jubillar, disappeared during the night of December 15 to 16. Or a few days after this terrible sentence.
In fact, the existence of this sentence had been known since last March, when a relative of Delphine had mentioned it. “She had already programmed everything: she wanted to sell the house, ask for custody of her children, go with them,” added this source. But Cédric’s mother had denied.
“I didn’t take it seriously”
According to Le Parisien, Cédric Jubillar’s mother finally admitted that her son had correctly pronounced this sentence. She made this confession during her police custody, on the night of June 16 to 17.
First convinced of the innocence of her son, she had finally been convinced of the contrary by the material elements presented by the investigators, and had remembered this sentence, tell our colleagues.
“At the time, I did not take it seriously,” she added, however, assuring that it was a threat in the air, the cry of an angry, frustrated man by the setbacks of his couple.
“You are my son … But speak please!”
The investigators, after convincing the mother, organized a confrontation between her and her son. In tears, she begged her son to speak up: “You are my son, I love you and I will always be there for you… But please speak!”
In vain. Cédric Jubillar remained stoic. “Mom, I’m innocent …” The drywall painter will finally be presented to a judge and indicted. Without having deviated from his version.