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Cédric Jubillar: this “inhuman and degrading” treatment he would suffer in prison

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Incarcerated in the Seysses (Haute-Garonne) remand center since June 18, Cédric Jubillar, the main suspect in the case of the disappearance of his wife, would be subjected to “inhuman and degrading” treatment.

He has been sleeping in prison for two months. Indicted on June 18 in the case of the disappearance of his wife, Delphine Jubillar, Cédric Jubillar has been detained at Seysses (Haute-Garonne) remand center for almost 10 weeks now. And if we are to believe his defense, the detention is far from being done in peace, for the young painter. Guest of RTL this Wednesday, August 25, one of his lawyers, Maître Alexandre Martin, denounced the conditions of his client’s detention, judged “absolutely terrible”.

A few weeks ago, the prison administration decided to place Cédric Jubillar in solitary confinement. A decision aimed at protecting him from his fellow detainees, but which his lawyers are finding it increasingly difficult to accept: “He is between four walls, all alone in a cage, he goes out for an hour a day when the administration can … Many accused of the same type are detained normally and despite this case being publicized, the prison administration must be able to ensure the safety of my client “, denounced Me Martin on RTL. “Isolation is an exceptional measure (and that) the European court has repeatedly recalled that it is by nature inhuman and degrading treatment which must be limited in time and for extremely specific reasons. “

A new request for release filed

In order to put an end to their client’s ordeal, Cédric Jubillar’s lawyers filed this Wednesday, August 25, a second request for release. They believe that “the detention of this innocent man” is “not justified“, and state that the investigation chamber does not have enough elements anymore to justify keeping the 33-year-old father in prison. “The idea according to which Louis, the son of Cédric and Delphine, would have heard a violent argument the evening of the disappearance of his mother is contradicted by the chamber of the instruction“, denounced Me Emmanuel Frank in the columns of Parisian. “As for the argument of the 40 steps recorded by the pedometer supposed to contradict the idea that Cédric had tried to look for his wife when he woke up, it is of no value so much that the instruction room even talks about it. more.” The indictment chamber of the Toulouse Court of Appeal should deliver its decision within a few weeks.

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