More than a month and a half after the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar and despite the many searches around the family home, there is still no trace of the 33-year-old nurse, mother of two who was on the verge of divorce.
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On the night of December 15 to 16, in Cagnac-les-Mines, in the Tarn, Delphine Jubillar mysteriously disappears.
The young woman's husband, Cédric Jubillar, claims to have noticed her absence around 4 a.m., after being awakened by the tears of one of her children.
He warns the authorities and the Albi prosecutor's office opens an investigation for "worrying disappearance of anyone".
More than a thousand people are mobilized for a beaten up around Cagnac-les-Mines to find Delphine, without success.
Therefore, the Albi prosecutor relinquished the case for the benefit of the Toulouse prosecutor's office, which opened a judicial investigation for "arrest, kidnapping, detention or arbitrary sequestration".
At the end of December, the home of the missing person was searched, but the search turned out to be unsuccessful.
Since then, if the investigations advance, the ins and outs of the case remain opaque, the lawyers still not having access to the file.
For 2 months there has been no significant progress, which is quite distressing
", comments to Le
the lawyer of the cousins of Delphine Jubillar Me Philippe Pressecq, who have become a civil party.
The investigation is still progressing, the investigations are very intense, but the problem is that it does not succeed.
And no one has yet access to the file, which is the particularity of this case
But despite this uncertainty which is becoming more and more heavy, certain enigmatic elements question.
A mysterious SMS
Tell Delphine to come home!"
This SMS, written by Delphine Jubillar's husband, Delphine's cousins received it the same evening of her disappearance,
their lawyer, Me Pressecq
Cédric Jubillar sent 2 messages to 2 cousins and close friends of Delphine.
These SMS indicated that he supposed that Delphine was with them and, in the two messages, he asked Delphine to come home,
”specifies the cousins' lawyer who is also that of the nanny and three other friends of Delphine .
One of the two cousins read the message and the other did not.
At the beginning, as they knew that the couple was in separation, they said to themselves that Delphine was gone, and they were not too worried.
If there was a response from them, however, in any event, the latter did not convince Cédric Jubillar since he called the gendarmes just after,
”adds Me Pressecq, specifying that Delphine Jubillar had seen her cousins on D-Day. and that they were planning to meet again the next day.
The strange Facebook post
On January 14, BFMTV revealed another intriguing element: a person would have connected to Delphine Jubillar's Facebook profile, sending on one of the groups she was following an empty message, deleted a few minutes later.
A fact all the more strange that no one has their password.
Delphine Jubillar's friends immediately took a screenshot to send it to the Toulouse gendarmerie.
But it seems that this track did not give anything: “
Facebook simply bugged Delphine's account.
We think it's a bug because it is technically impossible to send an empty post
the lawyer for the friends of the deceased
Complaints of threats and defamation
On social networks, the abyss created by the mystery that hovers around the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar gives free rein to multiple theories and discussions of all kinds, dividing Internet users.
Ange Millot, one of Cédric Jubillar's unwavering defenders, paid the price, reports
: on the discussion forums, his unconditional support for Delphine Jubillar's husband, whom he openly claims, made him suspect.
I have decided to support this man in relation to the many attacks he is subjected to.
I defend a man tried and condemned on social networks even before we know the truth about the disappearance of his wife,
”he explains to the regional daily.
Regularly insulted and threatened, this Haute-Garonne motorhome rental company has already lodged three complaints with the gendarmerie for threats, insults, intimidation, defamation, forgery and use of forgery, people having, according to Ange Millot, developed false documents "
to make it appear that I had been taken into police custody in connection with this affair