In the absence of irrefutable evidence, the investigating judges and gendarmes have however managed to constitute a bundle of serious and concordant clues that converge on Cédric Jubillar, suspected of having killed his wife Delphine disappeared at the end of 2020 in the Tarn. Thus, once again on Friday, the judiciary confirmed his continued detention for another six months, despite repeated requests from his lawyers.
According to La Dépêche du Midi, the magistrate took into account at least three criteria to refuse his release under electronic bracelet: the risk of pressure on witnesses, the possibility of disturbing public order and a proposed housing insufficiently equipped.
The 35-year-old man had been indicted for voluntary homicide in June 2021 and imprisoned, in solitary confinement, in the prison of Seysses, near Toulouse.
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Delphine Jubillar, a nurse in a clinic in Albi, then aged 33, was last seen on the evening of December 15, 2020, in her home in Cagnac-les-Mines, the village near Albi where she lived with her husband and two children.
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Even if he claims his innocence, highlighting the absence of crime scene or irrefutable evidence, Cédric Jubillar quickly became the main suspect for investigators.