Politics Disappearance of Delphine Jubillar: Cédric Jubillar continued to claim his innocence during his hearing
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Cédric Jubillar was heard Friday by the judges for the second time since his incarceration in June, nearly a year after the disappearance of his wife Delphine. In particular, he was confronted with his child's statements.
Cédric Jubillar, former companion of the disappeared Delphine Jubillar, continued to claim her innocence, Friday, December 3, in front of two judges of instruction at the courthouse of Toulouse, learned FranceInfo , Mr. Jean-Baptiste Alary. The hearing of Cédric Jubillar, in the Toulousan investigating judges office ended at 15:45 Friday, after five hours of hearing, reports .
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Cédric Jubillar was confronted with the statements of his child Louis, aged 7, who had been heard a few days ago. According to the information of FranceInfo, the little boy always evokes a dispute between his parents, around 23 hours. He explains that they spoke much what pushed him to get up to see. According to the child, Cédric Jubillar held his wife and she told him to stop. Cedric Jubillar then replied that since it's like that, they will separate, tells the boy. Cédric Jubillar should also be explained on the cries of distress heard that night by two neighbors of the family.
Video: Disappearance of Delphine Jubillar: The husband again audited by the judges (Le Figaro)
"There is no new element"
according to our information, Cédric Jubillar, during his Audition Friday, maintained his position against the comments of his child. He continues to say that there was no argument that night between him and Delphine Jubillar. He recognizes that his son was able to attend couple's disputes, but not in the evening the disappearance of his wife. "There is no new element. What do you want it to answer more?", Reacted this Friday from France Bleu Occitanie one of his lawyers Alexander Martin, after this hearing. "He will now have to, and we will demand it, that justice turns his head a little else," added the lawyer.
Cédric Jubillar has been called since the beginning of his innocence. He has been incarcerated since June 2021 and indicted for the murder of his wife Delphine. Heard a month and a half ago on his conflict relationship with Delphine Jubillar. The 33-year-old nurse disappeared on the night of 15 and 16 December 2020, while the couple was in their Cagnac-les-Mines house with their two children.
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