This Tuesday, January 11, Cédric Jubillar, still held in prison, since he was suspected of the murder of his wife Delphine Jubillar, had to defend his release once again. His lawyers drop a bombshell.
Indicted for “spouse murder” since June 18, 2021, Cédric Jubillar has had to defend his release once again before the Toulouse investigating chamber, this Tuesday, January 11. Another inmate notably made startling revelations there, again highlighting the provocative character of the 34-year-old plasterer painter. As for the lawyers of the husband of Delphine Jubillar, they dropped a bomb.
A new and incredible twist in the case of the disappearance of his wife, which occurred on the night of December 15 to 16? The advice of Cédric Jubillar affirms this Tuesday, January 11 that the nurse and mother “would have left the family residence alone and of her own free will“, report our colleagues from RTL. Several elements present in the file would support this hypothesis. One can notably find among these important pieces of photographs taken on December 16 by the gendarmes during the first search.
Has the nurse changed?
In these shots, we see that Delphine Jubillar’s pajamas are clearly visible and placed carefully on the dining room table. However, during the evening preceding this famous night, the Tarn nurse wore this garment decorated with black kittens. This is indeed what the eldest of the Jubillar couple, Louis, indicated. The latter, now six years old, spent his evening snuggled up to his mother, watching television. Alongside these precious pyjamas, panties and socks, but also an open handbag and a box of tights. Would the mother of the family have changed?
Delphine Jubillar slammed the door
Lawyers don’t stop there. Since we also learn that according to Louis’ hearing, his mother would have put on a pair of boots before slamming the door, because the latter closed badly. This is what the little boy claims to have heard that evening. Finally, to this is added that the phone of the one who has been missing for more than a year now activated three times overnight, on three different apps. Counsel for Cedric Jubillar say that based on all of these details put together, they cannot deny the obvious: Delphine Jubillar went out that night, of her own free will.
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