still no news from Delphine Jubillar, missing for three weeks

    still no news from Delphine Jubillar, missing for three weeks

    Le Figaro takes stock of the investigation opened in the case of the “disappeared from Tarn”, in which the criminal track is privileged.

    Three weeks of silence. Three weeks of mystery. Three weeks since Delphine Jubillar, née Aussaguel, has not given any news. This 33-year-old mother would have left her home in Cagnac-les-Mines (Tarn) on the night of December 15 to 16. Her husband, with whom she was in the process of divorce, warned the authorities in the early hours of the morning, he said after being woken up by one of his children and then seeing his wife’s absence.

    An investigation was immediately opened by the Albi prosecutor’s office for “worrying disappearance”. From the first days, the investigators in charge of the case – the Tarn gendarmerie group in cosaisine with the Toulouse research section – worked hard to find the young woman, a nurse in a private clinic in Albi. Dogs, divers, helicopters, drones were mobilized alongside many gendarmes, without success.

    At the same time, Delphine Jubillar’s relatives and neighbors were questioned, a call for witnesses was launched and a toll-free number – 0800 87 89 32 – was set up. At first, the authorities called on the Cagnacois not to conduct research on their side so as not to disrupt the investigation. On December 23, a citizen beaten was finally organized. More than a thousand people have traveled the area around the town, again without success.

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    Psychological listening cells

    The same day, a judicial investigation was opened in Toulouse against X for “arbitrary arrest, kidnapping, detention or sequestration”. “These facts, which have continued for more than seven days, now qualify as criminal”, underlined the Toulouse prosecutor’s office, specifying that the file was entrusted to two magistrates instructors “given the importance and complexity of the case».

    On December 24, a search was carried out at the home of the Jubillar couple, a large house still under construction. Cédric Jubillar, who was present during this operation, has now moved with his two young children and the pavilion has been placed under seal. New, more in-depth excavations should take place there soon, according to La Dépêche du Midi . Solicited by Le Figaro on this subject, the Toulouse prosecutor’s office did not respond.

    On the return from the Christmas holidays, the town hall of Cagnac-les-Mines set up on January 4 a psychological listening unit for the inhabitants, very affected by the disappearance, “In collaboration with the prefecture of Tarn, the gendarmerie, the Bon Sauveur Foundation of Alby, the France Victimes association and the Red Cross”. A second cell was opened for parents and children from the city school.

    Relatives become a civil party

    In recent days, no new element has emerged from the investigation, but the criminal track is clearly privileged. “Nothing indicates that this disappearance could have been voluntary”, indicated the Toulouse prosecutor Dominique Alzeari on December 23, in the press release announcing the opening of a judicial investigation for “arbitrary arrest, kidnapping, detention or sequestration”.

    “For my clients, two cousins ​​and three friends who really constitute the first circle of the disappeared, a voluntary disappearance would not correspond at all to Delphine”, told the Figaro Me Philippe Pressecq, who became a civil party in their name on Tuesday, January 5. These four women and this man, who were interrogated and searched, are “Very worried”, according to their lawyer. “They still want to believe in a happy ending, but that thought is dwindling day by day …”

    For his part, the husband of Delphine Jubillar, around whom many rumors circulate, hired the president of Albi, Me Jean-Baptiste Alary. In an interview with La Dépêche du Midi , the latter denounced the “Hasty and unbearable comparisons” do with the Daval case. “It’s the calendar that is unhappy”, lamented the lawyer, referring to the recent conviction of Jonathann Daval to 25 years of imprisonment for the murder of his wife Alexia.

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