Jubillar case: Cédric’s strange request to Delphine’s aunt on the day of the disappearance

The family of Delphine Jubillar, née Aussaguel, repeatedly pointed out the confusing behavior of her husband, Cédric, from whom she wanted to divorce. An incoherent discussion was thus reported by the aunt of the young nurse, mother of two children in the documentary devoted to the investigation and broadcast on RMC Story.

Doubt has hovered over the Delphine Jubillar case for more than a year. The nurse residing in Cagnac-les-Mines suddenly stopped giving any sign of life since the night of December 15 to 16, 2020. The last person to have seen her alive was her husband, Cédric. Father of their two children Louis and Elyah, the painter-plasterer has been in the spotlight since, especially those of the justice system which placed him in pre-trial detention last June. Her family and those close to the young woman are wondering about her role, as we can see in the documentary by RMC Story which was based in particular on the work of the journalist of the Parisian-Today in FranceRonan Folgoas, author of Jubillar Mystery. The uncle and the aunt of the disappeared thus confided in this disconcerting man.

Who is Cedric Jubillar? If he appears as suspect number 1, no charge failed to verify him. But his attitude raises many questions. Thus, Didier and Elisabeth, uncle and aunt of the victim, expressed their astonishment at a conversation they had with this man with whom their niece was in divorce proceedings. Recalling the moment they learned that Delphine, née Aussaguel, had vanished, Elisabeth reports that she called Cédric to try to understand what seemed impossible to imagine: ” Go see if she is not in the cemetery in Técou with your parents

‘, he got me that, yes. I tell him ‘but you’re laughing like that, why are you saying that Cédric? She couldn’t just disappear like that… She points out to Cedric the inconsistency of her idea that she could go to the cemetery when she left without her coat or her phone.

A lunar conversation like there have been many others with Cédric Jubillar, even if that does not prove his guilt. His uncle and aunt also reported his way hateful to talk about their 2-year-old daughter Elyah, while one of the young woman’s friends had suffered a discussion filled with salacious details from the often provocative and even aggressive craftsman. The investigation continues, between research with high-tech drones and new scientific analyzes of certain key objects.

Cédric Jubillar remains presumed innocent of the charges against him until the final judgment of this case.

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