Spread the love

Jubillar affair: this new testimony which offers another lead to investigators

This Thursday, February 8, the Toulouse Court of Appeal ordered additional information to about the hearing of a last minute witness.

Investigations into the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, a nurse who disappeared on December 15, 2020 Cagnac-les-Mines in Tarn, will finally be relaunched. On January 18, the Toulouse Court of Appeal assessed this eventuality which was é confirmed this Thursday, February 8. The investigating chamber ordered' this Thursday "additional information" regarding the hearing of a last minute witness. The witness in question could hold crucial information for the prosecution. #39;case. 

According to information from Le Figaro, this witness claims to know the location of Delphine Jubillar's body. According to the media, this witness ;least would have contactedé a gendarme from the investigation unit dedicated to the affair which then informed about it justice. A source close to the case declaredé told Le Figaro that "according to this witness, the body of Delphine Jubillar would be buried not far from a house under construction. He justifies this indication in particular by the fact that, shortly after the events, an excavator from this site disappeared and was never returned. found".

The main suspect in this investigation is the victim's husband, Cédric Jubillar, who was murdered. indicted for "murder of spouse" in June 2021 but who has proclaimed his innocence since the start of the affair. The 36-year-old painter-plasterer is incarcerated in pre-trial detention & the Seysses remand center, near Toulouse, since June 18, 2021.

According to La Dépêdu Midi, the discovery of a telephone conversation also led to & ;agrave; reopening the file. This is an exchange between an incarcerated inmate and a prisoner. in the same prison as Mr. Jubillar. The conversation would have taken place on November 22, 2023 between the 33-year-old inmate and his mother who told him that the nurse's husband should be tried. ;eacute; for his wife's crime. During this discussion, three first names surfaced. ;change: "But there is no proof, no proof… And Sofiane, and Sébastien and Mathieu, they don't know them! Ah! if they knew…", her mother replies on the phone, with a slight smile."

Two of the first names mentioned by the inmate have already been used. figurative in the file. As specified by La Dépêche, the general public prosecutor's office estimated that: that these elements would make it possible to provide new information and get closer to the truth. In an investigation where the only suspect, Cédric Jubillar, claims his innocence supported by his lawyers and in which no crime scene, no body, no confession, nor  least have been identified.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116