In its indictment, the prosecution wrote at the beginning of November that “the charges (were) sufficient against Cédric Jubillar”.
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Cédric Jubillar is being referred to court for the murder of his wife Delphine, missing since December 16, 2020, the general prosecutor’s office announced on Tuesday, November 21. In his indictment, the prosecution wrote at the beginning of November that “the charges (were) sufficient against Cédric Jubillar”. One of the defense lawyers deplored an almost empty file.
The file was opened following the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, 33, a nurse in a clinic in Albi, on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020, in the middle of a curfew linked to the Covid-19 pandemic. Her body has still not been found and her husband, a plasterer painter imprisoned since June 2021 who, from the start, has proclaimed his innocence, is the only suspect. At the time, the couple, who have two children, were divorcing.
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