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Cédric Jubillar, the husband of the nurse disappeared for six months in the Tarn, was indicted, this Friday, June 18, for "voluntary joint homicide". The suspect, which remains presumed innocent, incurs the perpetuity criminal imprisonment.
It is a turning point in the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar:, this Friday, June 18 for "Joint Voluntary Homicide". He was placed in pre-trial detention. Facts for which Cédric Jubillar encourages perpetuity criminal imprisonment. The suspect was placed in custody on Wednesday, June 16th. A custody during which he continued to claim his innocence in the disappearance of his wife, with whom he was in the process of divorce.
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At a press conference, the prosecutor of the Republic of Toulouse, Dominique Alzeari, explained what led the investigators to place Cédric Jubillar in custody. In particular, he mentioned
a violent dispute that would have erupted between the couple on the evening of the Delphine Jubillar disappearance. Their son, Louis, 6, had told investigators. Comments confirmed by the testimonies of neighbors of the family: "This lady and this girl will hear towards the home of the family Jubillar of the cries strident and distress of a woman who will call them and who go gradually Disappear and stop at night, which has not worried themselves because they did not think about calling the gendarmes at that time, "said the prosecutor. Your Browser Does Not Support This Video
Delphine Jubillar: his family worried about his children after the custody of his husband Cédric
© Facebook screenshot Delphine Jubillar: his family worried about his children after the custody of his husband Cédric Wednesday 16 June, Cédric Jubillar and his mother, Nadine Jubillar, were arrested and placed in custody, six months after the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar. The relatives of the young woman are worried about her two children, reveals Le Figaro. rebound in the Jubillar case.
Cedric Jubillar could "be brutal, rude and aggressive" he lived very badly the desired separation by his wife
. "He was trying to reconquer his wife in a particularly aggressive and intrusive way, Dominique Alzéari explained during the press conference. He could be brutal, rude and aggressive , including to his children."Cédric Jubillar remains presumed innocent of the facts reproached until a possible definitive judgment of the case. article written with the collaboration of 6medias
Video: Disappearance of Delphine Jubillar: her husband Cédric indicted for "voluntary homicide by spouse" (Dailymotion)
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