Jubillar case: “No one can believe it”, would Cédric Jubillar's fellow prisoner have invented everything?

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Jubillar case: “No one can believe it”, did C&édric Jubillar's fellow prisoner invent everything?

Cédric Jubillar's fellow prisoner has made disturbing revelations. According to him, the main suspect in the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar confessed to him having killed his wife… A testimony questioned by a lawyer.

Delphine Jubillar's name resonates in people's minds. On the night of December 15 to 16, 2020, this young nurse disappeared without a trace in Cagnac-les-Mines, in the Tarn. Despite an ongoing investigation and numerous hunts, no body has been found, nor even any evidence. However, since June 18, 2021, the husband of the disappeared, Cédric Jubillar, has been indicted and placed in solitary confinement. Presumed innocent, this plasterer painter repeatedly asked for his freedom, in vain. During his detention at the Seysses remand center, he allegedly made a confession to his former prisoner, Marco. Upon his release from prison, the latter made disturbing revelations about Cédric Jubillar.

On May 30, Marco gave his first interview to the press and returned to the alleged confessions of the main suspect in the case of the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar. “He was worried about the possibility that a buried body might end up being discovered because of the weather or the animals“, Marco assured the Parisian, while adding: “That's where he told me his wife’s body was buried not far from a burnt place. He also tells me about two large trees, without giving any further explanation.

A lie on the part of Cédric Jubillar's fellow prisoner?

The two ex- fellow prisoners confronted each other and Cédric Jubillar denied Marco's revelations. Moreover, the testimony of the Corsican is not taken seriously by Maître Philippe Pressecq. “These are not confessions“, estimated the lawyer of the cousin of Delphine Jubillar during an interview granted to Gala. And to add: “Because when you go back to pretrial detention, there are certain things you learn. The first of these is not to trust anyone. Prisons are filled with snitches who are ready to tell anything that is said to them in order to have advantages.” In conclusion, he explained: “For me, Cédric Jubillar does not could not make a confession as major as that of the assassination of his wife to a guy with whom he was communicating through a window. No one can believe it!