The Toulouse public prosecutor's office will ask à that new elements be examined in the case of the murder of Delphine Jubillar, whose husband is implicated. A decision that comes at a later date. the result of a mysterious phone call.
The Toulouse public prosecutor's office announced on Friday, January 12, that it was making a request for new elements to be examined. s as part of the case on the murder of Delphine Jubillar. Thursday January 18, the day during which the Toulouse Court of Appeal will have to examine the validity of the decision. of the dismissal of Cédric Jubillar, suspected of of the murder of his wife, before the Assize Court, additional information will be required by the prosecution. confirms to you that the general public prosecutor's office has made requisitions requesting additional information, declaredé the attorney general of Toulouse, Franck Rastoul.
"Ah! If they had…"
These checks deemed necessary concern a telephone call between an inmate of the central prison of Lannemezan (Hautes -Pyrénées) and his mother, of whom he became aware
La Dépêdu Midi.The discussion raises some questions regarding the Jubillar affair. During this exchange, which dates from November 22, the inmate discusses the murder of Delphine Jubillar with his mother who tells him that the husband of the victim should be tried for his murder. "But there is no proof, no proof… And Sofiane, and Sébastien and Mathieu, they don't know them !", would have expressed& ;eacute; the detainee, according to a source close to the file. BFMTV. "Ah ! if they knew…", replied the mother.
The discussion lasts a total of 5 à 6 minutes, according to
La Dépêche du Midi, and this change à barely more than ten seconds. But the prosecution believes that these elements could contribute to the crime. bring new information to the file. Cédric Jubillar, who has always claimed his innocence, is screwed. since June 18, 2021. "After having written in the indictment order that Cédric Jubillar é was guilty of the murder of his wife, it is the demonstration that justice still seeks the truth. three years later", declaredé the lawyers of Delphine Jubillar's husband. The victim's body was never destroyed. found since her disappearance reported by her husband on December 16, 2020.