Disappearance of Delphine Jubillar: Cédric Jubillar’s lawyers plead the hypothesis of a voluntary departure

In front of the judges, Me Alary, Me Franck and Me Martin highlighted certain elements which, according to them, prove that Delphine left her home of her own accord.

While Cédric Jubillar’s lawyers continue to demand from the investigating chamber the release of the husband of the missing, they were heard on Tuesday, January 11 by the two investigating judges.

Relying in particular on the new revelations concerning the duvet and the pedometer, which weaken the accusation, the three penalists also defended a new hypothesis: that of a voluntary departure of Delphine, reported to the Figaro Me Jean-Baptiste Alary, confirming information from The Dispatch .

The riddle of Delphine’s pajamas and telephone

Careful examination of the case has shown us that it is highly likely that Delphine Jubillar left her home of her own free will.», Told the Figaro Me Alary. According to our information, among the elements supporting this thesis, there is the testimony of the son of the couple, Louis, 7 years old, who assured a third party (who was auditioned) that he had heard, then that he was in bed, the door to the entrance to the house slammed. Another element that questions the defense lawyers: the pajamas of Delphine Jubillar, which can be seen on one of the photos in the file, placed on a chair.

These pajamas have not been sealed or operated», Indignant Me Alary,«however, we know that it is precisely these pajamas that Delphine wore on the day of her disappearance, since it is the one described by little Louis. We also know that, at 10:19 p.m., Delphine sends her lover a photo of her in a playsuit [retrouvé dans le panier à linge sale et saisi ndlr]. So, from the moment we find the two outfits that Delphine wore at home that evening, it is because she has changed. Therefore, we can deduce that she did not change just to quarrel with her husband, but to go outside and, perhaps, to go find someone.», Explains the penalist.

Finally, a last element highlighted by Cédric Jubillar’s lawyers sowed doubt. Me Franck and Me Martin underlined, during this hearing, that the exploitation of Delphine Jubillar’s telephone had shown a strange activity during the night of her disappearance: if it is not known whether these movements are due to technical problems or to a human intervention, investigators were able to discover that Delphine Jubillar’s phone had been active until 6:32 a.m., well after Cédric Jubillar’s call to the gendarmes. Facts all the more disturbing since, when Delphine’s phone is activated, Cédric is with the gendarmes, at his home.

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