Cédric Jubillar’s lawyers put pressure on the prosecution after their client’s third interrogation before the judges. For Me Alary, who is still demanding his release, “It is time for justice to apply respect for the presumption of innocence”.
After the hearing of Cédric Jubillar by the investigating judges this Friday, February 11, the lawyers for the main suspect in the case of the disappearance of his wife Delphine led the charge against the prosecution. Their client was interrogated for the third time. And the questions focused mainly on the confidences he allegedly made to a fellow prisoner and which led to an extensive excavation campaign in Cagnac-les-Mines (Tarn). Without success.
It is time for justice to apply respect for the presumption of innocence. It’s a legal disaster
“The accusation is withering away. Three weeks of excavations which have yielded nothing”, according to Me Emmanuelle Franck, questioned by The Dispatch. “The gendarmes are looking for hypotheses but on the impression that they are playing Cluedo: first it was Delphine’s car that changed direction, now it is the car of a friend of Cédric with a knife in the dining room … but we are delirious! It is time for justice to apply respect for the presumption of innocence. It is a legal disaster”, attacks Me Alary.
Cédric Jubillar’s lawyers have filed a new release request for their client, imprisoned and still in solitary confinement. Cédric Jubillar still denies being involved in the disappearance of Delphine, his wife, on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020 in Cagnac-les-Mine.