On June 18, the Toulouse public prosecutor explained, during a press conference, that the gendarmes had arrived at the Jubillar’s home on December 16, in the early morning of the disappearance, in a disturbing context: Cédric Jubillar would have been putting a quilt in the washing machine. This duvet would have been that of Delphine Jubillar, who slept on the sofa since her separation from her husband.
“When they arrive on site at 4:50 am the gendarmes find Cédric Jubillar busy setting off a washing machine in which is the duvet of the bed on which she was sleeping, it takes place in an incongruous context and it takes place in a house where the state of maintenance is neglected. We don’t see the point, ”he explained at the time. However, subsequent analysis of this quilt did not yield any information.
The device was not on when the gendarmes arrived
A gendarme, questioned by the television channel, has since assured: “For me, yes, he put laundry in the washing machine. But I did not see what he put in it ”. According to BFMTV, she also claims that the device was not on when the police arrived on December 16.
On the afternoon of December 16, around 4 p.m., the gendarmes returned to the Jubillar’s home to carry out a first search, and took the opportunity to take photos, the journalist Dominique Rizet explained on BFM TV on Thursday. “During their search, the gendarmes took photos and we can clearly see on several of them Delphine’s duvet placed on the living room sofa”.
Also according to the chain, the duvet was actually washed between December 16 and 17, Cédric Jubillar explaining that the dogs had urinated on it.
The quilt analysis did not give anything
Subsequent analysis of this quilt did not yield any information, nor did that of the siphon of the household appliance.
On this last point, Maître Jean-Baptiste Alary, lawyer for Cédric Jubillar questioned by France Bleu Occitanie last October, the accusation mocked: “They found nothing, because there is nothing to be found in siphon water, you have to be clear-headed. There are 80 liters of water going through a washing machine cycle, I don’t really see what you can find, not even knowing how many detergents have gone through it, it’s not really a big surprise for us, ”exclaimed Cédric Jubillar’s lawyer.
For a lawyer for Cédric Jubillar, “the prosecutor lied”
Questioned in the wake of this revelation, Cédric Jubillar’s lawyers seized the opportunity to theft: “The prosecutor lied”, immediately accused the counsel who will defend their client on Tuesday, January 11 with a view to release. , requested for the third time since her incarceration. “The gendarmes indicated that Cédric Jubillar was putting laundry in the washing machine which was not turning and they never spoke of a quilt,” they said.
The one whose release must be examined again on January 11 by the investigating chamber of the Toulouse Court of Appeal has been claiming his innocence since the start of the investigation.
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