QWhat responsibility does Cédric Jubillar have in the disappearance of his wife more than a year ago? Indicted for the murder of Delphine Jubillar, the 34-year-old plasterer painter is imprisoned in the Seysses remand center (Haute-Garonne), where he was particularly talkative with one of his fellow prisoners. He notably claimed to have buried the body of the mother of his two children in a partially charred farm, not far from their home in Cagnac-les-Mines (Tarn). A track that will relaunch excavations in this area, where investigators hope to find the remains of the nurse. But in the end, the main interested party returned to his remarks, reports The Dispatch Thursday January 20.
According to The Dispatch, Cédric Jubillar sent two handwritten letters to his new companion Séverine in early January. Still presumed innocent, the main suspect would have told him to be “sorry” for his police custody on December 15 for “complicity in concealment of a corpse”. “I told anyone anything. Now, no more “babbling” with anyone, I promise you… ”he would have assured in his missive. The “naive” father discusses his statements with Marco, his cell neighbor. “Marco is one of the people who b… both of me with false testimonies. That’s why you were in custody, “he wrote again, advising his friend to” porthé plinte “(sic) for slanderous denunciation.
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As specified The Dispatch, Cédric Jubillar is perfectly aware that the content of his exchanges with Séverine is inspected by the prison administration. Thus, statements on paper should be taken with a grain of salt. The plasterer also says he is sorry that his partner Séverine is involved in the affair. “I understand that I’ve done a f… in style, if you’ll accept my apologies…” he told her, while wondering if the investigators were “still working” on the disappearance of his wife. The latter, in the process of separation from her husband, disappeared on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020, leaving behind a son and a daughter. Her plan was to rebuild her life with her lover.
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