Cédric Jubillar’s lawyer drops a bomb a few days before the reconstitution

But what could have happened on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020 at the Jubillar’s marital home? While Delphine Jubillar remains untraceable, investigators hope that a reconstruction in the presence of Cédric Jubillar will (finally) advance the investigation.

The date of the latter has already been set for November 9. The main suspect, indicted for intentional homicide of a spouse and imprisoned since June 18, 2021, must be escorted to Cagnac-les-Mines to enlighten the gendarmes on the last hours of the nurse.

Cédric Jubillar’s lawyers absent from the reconstitution?

A much-awaited moment from those close to Delphine Jubillar but also from lawyers for the plasterer who, after calling for a reconstruction, decided against all odds not to go thereas Maître Jean-Baptiste Alary revealed to our colleagues at Figaro.

“We had made a first request for reconstitution which, on the pretext that acts of investigation and expertise were in progress, had been ignored”, blows the lawyer who claims to have received no summons for this reconstitution.

Louis, the son of Delphine Jubillar, considered a key witness

And to add: “Today, here it is ordained without anyone warning us (…) Until we receive a summons, we will not go to this reenactment“.

If Cédric Jubillar’s lawyers will therefore not be present on D-Day, Louis, the couple’s eldest son, considered one of the key witnesses in the case, will also be absent due to his young age.

The little boy, 5 years old at the time of the events, had told investigators that he had witnessed a violent argument between his parents before the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar. ” I spread my arms to separate them. It made me sad and I wanted it to stop.” he had related.

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Worse still, Louis would also have paid the price for his father’s outbursts of anger. The latter, who remains presumed innocent, “scream loudly” and put to his children “kicks in the butt” and “caps behind the head”, according to those around him.

Charges that Cédric Jubillar denies en bloc. If he admits having pulled the ear » and given a little flick » on occasion, the 30-year-old denies never having hit his son who, according to him, ” is not an abused child“.

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