The mystery surrounding Delphine Jubillar’s disappearance grows thicker day by day. Despite the numerous searches, the relay of a call for witnesses and other citizen beatings organized by his relatives, the 33-year-old nurse cannot be found since she left her home in Cagnac-les-Mines (Tarn) on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020. While hearings of several potential suspects were conducted, the eyes turn to her husband Cédric Jubillar as in many news items. And for good reason. If the mother was still living with her partner at the time of her disappearance, she would have planned to start her life over again with a mysterious lover. A separation of the couple which would have been caused by the work in their house which did not end any more. A story that some Internet users readily compare to the Daval affair. After mourning the disappearance of his companion in the media, Jonathann Daval confessed to having strangled her to death before burying her body in a forest.
This anonymous testimony that overwhelms Cédric Jubillar
A rapprochement far from pleasing the companion of Delphine Jubillar. Interviewed by Jean-Marc Morandini in an unpublished issue of Crimes and miscellaneous facts, broadcast live on NRJ 12 on Monday March 29, 2021, his lawyer Me Jean-Baptiste Alary returned to the charges against his client. “Each file, each disappearance has its specificities and we must let the investigators dig into these specificities to very precisely manage to identify what could be a hypothesis to promote”, he recalled. Before lamenting: “Analogies cannot take place in judicial matters. We cannot operate like that “. Jean-Baptiste Alary also referred to the anonymous testimony of a relative of the family on Cédric Jubillar’s behavior towards his partner and – in particular – the death threats he allegedly made against him with her mother when Delphine Duvillar asked her for a divorce.
“My opinion, it is very simple. What is anonymous, it must remain so. I find it hard to imagine that a person who would have such precise information and alleged death threats did not share this information with the police “, he estimated. An element “fundamental” in the case that pushes him to “to wonder about the scope which was granted by the institution to this testimony”. He also pointed out that Cédric Jubillar’s mother “very clearly denied” to have witnessed these death threats that he allegedly made during a discussion with her.
As a reminder, Cédric Jubillar remains presumed innocent until the judgment of this case.
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