The magistrate wishes in particular “to avoid the dissemination of false news”. Six months after the disappearance of the nurse, a march is also organized by his colleagues, Saturday June 12 in Albi.
Almost six months after the mysterious disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, a 33-year-old nurse, in Cagnac-les-Mines (Tarn), the public prosecutor of Toulouse tells the Figaro that he will speak “in proper timeOn this case.
Online for several days and signed by nearly 15,000 people, a petition calls on the prosecutor to speak. “Children, families, friends, colleagues need the truth. A mother cannot disappear like a bird leaves its nest ”, can we read there.
Avoid fake news
Asked about this petition, the prosecutor, Dominique Alzeari, replied: “I will of course communicate on this matter, as I proceed systematically, in good time and in particular to avoid the dissemination of false news in the event of significant developments in the matter.“. The magistrate recalls that “a judicial investigation is underway under the direction of two investigating magistrates who conduct the acts and initiate multiple investigations which are continuing, without having to keep the public prosecutor and the parties informed except in the cases provided for by law». «The principle of the secrecy of the instruction is a fundamental rule which it is important to observe and which is imposed on all our fellow citizens.“, He also tells us.
A march organized by his colleagues
The colleagues of Delphine Jubillar also call for a silent march, Saturday June 12 in Albi. “A gathering is planned at 2 p.m. Place du Vigan, with a departure at 3 p.m., towards the Clinique Claude Bernard, to show that we do not forget it, that we always have hope, and that it will come back to us.», Indicates the Facebook page of the event.
Delphine Jubillar, mother of two children, disappeared during the night of December 15 to 16, 2020. Her husband, Cédric Jubillar, claims to have noticed her absence around 4 am, after being awakened by the tears of one of her children. It was he who reported his disappearance to the gendarmes on December 16. “We were going through a divorce at his request, but it was going well. I don’t understand why she left. I think she left with our two dogs, who then came home», He explained to Parisian just after the disappearance.
An investigation for “kidnapping and forcible confinement” was opened a few days later. Cédric Jubillar was heard at the end of April by the investigating judges. No charges were brought against him.