Cédric Jubillar will be confronted with a former fellow prisoner this Thursday, May 12. This exchange could upset the investigation, as explained by France 2.
Delphine Jubillar has not been found since December 16, 2020. The young woman disappeared in Cagnac-les-Mines, in the Tarn, without leaving a trace. Despite ongoing investigation and extensive research, no element has made it possible to discover what could have happened to him. A major twist took place last June when her husband, Cédric Jubillar, was indicted for “intentional spousal homicide”. Since then, he has been imprisoned in the Toulouse-Seysses prison and confided in one of his fellow prisoners. Released in October 2021, Marco spoke to investigators and made revelations that did not go unnoticed. This Thursday, May 12, Cédric Jubillar will be confronted with him. An exchange that risks upsetting the investigation since it can end in a violent clashas France 3 reported. Will the two men provide answers to the investigators?
Research to find the slightest clue concerning the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar continues. The young woman gave no sign of life and, according to Marco’s revelations, it would seem that she was killed by Cédric Jubillar. Upon his release from prison, the prisoner had made revelations. He had first explained that the husband of the nurse would have told him, approximately, the place where he would have buried Delphine Jubillar. Comments taken very seriously and the investigators therefore began research in the indicated area, thanks to radars and metal detectors, with the support of the specialized operational force of the RGP of Montauban. However, the body of the young woman was not found. Marco had also mentioned a white car, which would have allowed the main suspect to transport the body of his wife. A track checked but which also gave nothing. For his part, Cédric Jubillar had affirmed that his fellow prisoner “say anything, while continuing to proclaim his innocence.
Delphine Jubillar: what expertise has finally revealed its secrets?
The investigation into the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar continues. The expert of the young woman’s broken glasses, who aimed to determine if the pair had been broken during a possible argument with her husband, recently revealed his secrets. According to a report published by La Dépêche, no trace of blood was found either on the frame, or on the branches, or on the broken glasses of the pair of glasses. For his part, Cédric Jubillar continues to proclaim his innocence and he hopes to regain his freedom soon. As a reminder, its many applications for release have all been rejected until now.
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