Will he remain in detention? Indicted for murder of a spouse and imprisoned on June 18, Cédric Jubillar will be fixed on his fate this Thursday. Pending the decision of the Toulouse appeals chamber, which must rule on the request for the release of the husband of Delphine, the nurse who disappeared during the night of December 15 to 16, 2020 in Cagnac-les-Mines in the Tarn , the work of the investigators made it possible to discover new documents to be added to the file.
According to our colleagues from La Dépêche, traces of blood and semen were found on the groom’s pajamas. Defense lawyers, who denounced the lack of evidence in this case, relativize, speaking of a “micro-trace of blood on the sleeve mixed with semen, which would correspond more to a sexual relation than a crime”.
Almost seven months after the 33-year-old vanished, no body has been found. A few days after the imprisonment of the 34-year-old craftsman, the public prosecutor of Toulouse had held a press conference during which he had emphasized a “context of very conflictual separation” with a violent argument the evening of December 15 which their 6-year-old son allegedly witnessed.
The husband of Delphine had “very great difficulties, emotional and material, to accept this separation”, he had assured. He agreed to be aware that his wife had a “lover”, watched her, was “intrusive” sometimes “brutal and aggressive”.
His mother thinks he’s involved
Searches had been carried out, allowing them to get their hands on computer equipment. SD cards and a USB key, likely to contain thousands of photos and screenshots from Cédric’s laptop, had been recovered. The analysis of the couple’s phones remains at the heart of the investigations. It showed that shortly before 11 p.m. that Tuesday, Delphine was exchanging messages with her lover, while her husband would have played on his smartphone until 10:30 p.m. before turning it off, then turning it back on shortly. before 4 a.m. …
The suspect’s mother herself, shaken by the evidence, allegedly confessed that she believed her son was involved in his wife’s disappearance, according to La Dépêche.
At the end of October or the beginning of November, he would have said in front of her: “She annoys me. I am going to kill her, I am going to bury her and no one will find her”. A sentence that reinforces the suspicions that weigh against him …
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