In the case of the disappearance of nurse Delphine Jubillar, her husband Cédric remains the number 1 suspect. Interrogated in Toulouse on Friday, October 15, he repeated, in front of the two examining magistrates, that he had nothing to do with the disappearance of his wife.
The interim drywall painter denies everything.
"Serious and concordant clues"
For its part, justice puts forward "serious and consistent clues" which, put end to end, led the investigators of the research section of the gendarmerie to suspect him.
Investigators hoped to collect a confession for lack of irrefutable evidence implicating Cédric Jubillar, but his line of defense has never changed for ten months.
He arrived at the court around 8:35 am, almost an hour before his summons, in a prison administration van with tinted windows, coming from the Seysses remand center, near Toulouse.
He has been detained there since June 18, the date of his indictment for murder.
"He has no place in prison"
“He proclaims his innocence, his despair. He has no place in prison, nor in solitary confinement, ”declared one of his lawyers, Alexandre Martin. "This detention becomes an unbearable attack on the presumption of innocence," resumes Me Alexandre Martin. If he is not released, we will appeal and consider an administrative appeal for him to be released from solitary confinement or transferred to another remand center capable of providing him with dignified detention and human ”. Cédric Jubillar and his lawyers have already expressed the wish to obtain a transfer to the remand center in Albi and the visit of his children, Louis (7 years old) and Elyah (2 years old). A double wishful thinking for the moment.
Ten months after the disappearance, searches continue in the surroundings of Cagnac-les-Mines to find the body, which could reveal clues.
Last week, cavers inspected brownfields dating from mining, to no avail.