At first sight, the confrontation between the two former neighbors at Seysses prison on Thursday, May 12, came to nothing. But it led to a denial of “erroneous information” pointed out by the courts. Delphine Jubillar disappeared on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020. The nurse, mother of two children, vanished without a trace. Since then, the investigation has stalled. The suspicions of the investigators are nevertheless on the husband of the disappeared, Cédric Jubillar. The plasterer craftsman was indicted for murder by spouse before being placed in detention in the process, on June 18, 2021, at the Seysses remand center, near Toulouse. There, Cédric would have confessed to a fellow prisoner according to the words of Marco, a former galley companion. According to him, Cédric would have buried his wife in the sector of “the farm which burned” in Cagnac-les-Mines (Tarn). Statements which triggered new research with large means but which yielded nothing. To read also: Disappearance of Delphine Jubillar: the confrontation between Cédric and his ex cell neighbor did not give anything “Incorrect information” This Thursday, May 12, a confrontation between Cédric and Marco was organized by the judges in charge of the investigation . A confrontation which, too, did not lead to anything concrete. But at the end of which the Toulouse prosecutor wished to correct “erroneous information” published in the media. In a statement released this Friday, the Toulouse prosecutor wrote: “This witness (Marco) informed the prison services of his wish to contact the investigators on September 28, 2021. At the time of this process, he was serving at the Center Seysses penitentiary a one-year prison sentence for the insults and threats committed in 2018 against prison administration officials. He was released the next day, when his sentence ended. “Therefore, this witness neither asked for nor received any favor in exchange for his testimony, nor was it promised to him.” Marco therefore did not obtain an early release, and never negotiated a remission of his sentence with the courts in exchange for information on the Jubillar affair. Information which, after multiple checks, has never been confirmed by the investigators.
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