The husband of Delphine Jubillar, main suspect in the investigation into his disappearance, would have made remarks suggesting a premeditated act. Tuesday July 6, Cédric Jubillar will know if he is released under judicial supervision.
Placed in pre-trial detention, Cédric Jubillar still proclaims his innocence after the disappearance of his companion, Delphine Jubillar, last December. But a few words could weaken his defense. According to information from the Parisian, he would indeed have uttered a threat against his wife: “She annoys me, I’m going to kill her, I’m going to bury her and no one will find her!“
Cedric Jubillar reportedly said the damning words to his mother, just weeks before the 33-year-old nurse disappeared. For one of his lawyers, this in no way proves the guilt of his client. “We are not going to sit there guilt of an individual and establish the placement and continued detention of an individual on the basis of comments he could have made a few weeks before, in the context of a separation with the difficulties that the separation of a couple“, justifies Me Alexandre Martin. This is not the first time, however, that those close to the family have reported threats of Cedric Jubillar. Last March, one of his relatives, on condition of anonymity, already said at the microphone of France Bleu Occitanie to have heard similar remarks. Tuesday, July 6, the Toulouse Court of Appeal (Haute-Garonne) must determine whether Cédric Jubillar is kept in pre-trial detention or if he comes out free, under judicial supervision.