Analyzes of the water taken from the couple’s washing machine shortly after Delphine Jubillar’s disappearance revealed their content. This is part of the set of clues that Cédric Jubillar will face this Friday, October 15, 2021.
This was part of the “serious and concordant clues” which Cédric Jubillar will be confronted with on Friday, October 15, 2021: in the wake of the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, her husband washed his duvet. The water in the Jubillar couple’s washing machine was analyzed and no trace of blood was foundtarget = “_ blank”>. The investigators focused on this analysis of the siphon and the water taken from the washing machine.
The duvet, passed from a dependent element to a controversial index according to Cédric Jubillar’s lawyer, has not yet delivered any information. Master Jean-Baptiste Alary believes that “Since December, the expert results of this quilt that we have been told as fundamental have still not been known. We cannot say that this quilt is a dependent item when it has been nine months since ‘we wait”. The prosecution, for its part, considers that washing this duvet the night of the disappearance could be an attempt to remove annoying traces. According to Analysestarget = “_ blank”>, the results of which were relayed by La Dépêche du Midi, no trace of blood or urine was found.
Cédric Jubillar auditioned this Friday, October 15, 2021
Cédric Jubillar has been in pre-trial detention since June 18 and still claims his innocence. He was indicted for murder, suspected of having killed his wife Delphine Jubillar who wanted to start a new life. He has requested his release several times, for the moment refused each time. Le Point also reveals a new element of the investigation which is intriguing: Delphine would never have left her home.target = “_ blank”> The police dogs have never found any traces of Delphine leaving her house.