Many close relatives of Delphine Jubillar remember moments shared with the young couple. Testimonials portray Cédric Jubillar as someone who is “provocative” and who “likes to show off”.
There was a form of stupor last Friday, June 18, at the announcement of the indictment of Cédric Jubillar for “intentional homicide by spouse”. More than six months after the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar in Cagnac-les-Mines in the Tarn, the latest developments in the investigation revive among other things some explosive memories with the relatives of the couple.
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Starting with Béatrice, a colleague of the 33-year-old nurse. She shared some ten years of professional life with the late thirty-something, in the geriatric services at the Claude-Bernard clinic in Albi (Tarn). It returns among other things on these moments shared with the young couple and his perception of Cédric Jubillar. She describes a man who likes to put himself forward: “He must show himself”, like the former colleague of Delphine Jubillar. Béatrice sets out this scene in June 2013, when the nurse and the plasterer put the ring on their fingers: Cédric Jubillar had then arrived “at his wedding with a Ferrari, knowing that you are having a marriage with 25 people …”
“Nurses sleep at night”
From her memories, Beatrice also remembers the words exchanged with Cédric at many meals: “He said: ‘anyway, nurses, at night, they sleep’. We have heard that on numerous occasions (. ..) He meant that at night, we don’t give a damn, ”remembers the nurse and Delphine’s former colleague.
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At work, Cédric Jubillar is seen as someone “who has character and character”. “He is a provocateur, affirms a colleague of Cédric. If he is guilty, he would know how to act”. When asked whether he is responsible for the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, Cédric’s colleague replies: “I think he would be able to, yes. I know he can be aggressive enough to do that to his wife. “.
For the time being, Cédric Jubillar is incarcerated in the prison of Seysses (Haute-Garonne).