Disappearance of Delphine Jubillar: the Advocate General requests the continued detention of Cédric, the husband

The lawyers of Cédric Jubillar, indicted in the investigation into the disappearance of his wife Delphine asked, before the investigating chamber of the Toulouse Court of Appeal this Tuesday, July 6, for their client to be released. currently incarcerated.

Cédric Jubillar was indicted for “spousal homicide” two weeks ago and is still in pre-trial detention. On June 29, the hearing for his release was initially postponed.

The Advocate General, Bernard Lavigne, requested the continued detention of Cedric Jubillaraccused of the murder of his wife Delphine, who has been missing since December 16, 2020, in Cagnac-les-Mines in the Tarn.

The judgment of the court is expected this Thursday at the end of the morning.

“The Privileged Criminal Disappearance”

According to Toulouse prosecutor Dominique Alzéari. There is a “presumption of homicide” had underlined the magistrate, emphasizing a “highly conflicting context of separation” with a violent argument on the evening of December 15 which their 6-year-old son allegedly witnessed.

Delphine’s husband had “very great difficulties, emotional and material, to accept this separation”, according to the prosecutor. He agreed to be aware that his wife had a “lover”, watched her, was “intrusive” sometimes “brutal and aggressive”, according to the magistrate.

“The Making of a Guilty”

This case “gives the feeling of the making of a culprit”, denounces Maître Emmanuelle Franck to franceinfo.

The lawyer deplores “the desire to portray a domestic tyrant Cédric Jubillar, a narcissistic pervert, living on the hook of his wife even though the objective elements of the file show the complete opposite”.

“There is absolutely no element that allows Cédric Jubillar to be linked to a crime scene, for the simple and good reason already – and I would say this is the prerequisite – that there is no crime scene .”

Master Emmanuelle Franck at franceinfo.

“No confessions, no traces of blood”

“It’s the serious or concordant clues that lead to indictments. In terms of clues, it’s quite poor. It’s legally inconsistent. The last scenario is an argument that went wrong, and a few hours later before the judge is saying that it is an aggravated murder. The inconsistency is quite massive”, replied the lawyers of Cédric Jubillar to our colleagues from the Progress.

“All the arguments that have been put forward by the prosecution can be dismantled by the defense. It is a file that is empty, without a confession, without a crime scene, no trace of blood, no trace of bodily fluid, no trace of struggle in the house and finally a file without a body”, say the lawyers.

The public prosecutor of Toulouse in his viewfinder

Emmanuelle Franck also criticizes the way in which the public prosecutor of Toulouse detailed the clues which led to the indictment of her client during a press conference on June 18.

For her, “he did an intolerable attack on the presumption of innocence by scattering a certain number of elements, most of which were sometimes fragmentary, sometimes inaccurate, taking absolutely no precautions and feeling authorized to make an additional assessment charges, which he is formally prohibited by the Code of Criminal Procedure”.

Delphine Jubillar disappeared last December in the Tarn.

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