Resumption of research in Cagnac-les-Mines (Tarn). Since this morning, operators from the Criminal Research Institute of the National Gendarmerie (IRCGN) have been sweeping the surroundings of the village of Delphine Jubillar with their drones, in an attempt to find her body, a year and a half now after her disappearance.
Research that should have already started yesterday, as we revealed to you last week. The investigations were thwarted by the weather and a low cloud ceiling above the old mining town, preventing the overflight of the area by drones.
Beginning of the search at dawn
The checks started this morning, at dawn, from 7 a.m. according to our information. Less than a dozen investigators are on site. Gendarmes were also seen with shovels and pickaxes, in military uniform, above the photovoltaic field below the Milhars road. Small groups of gendarmes also seem to be checking places on foot that seem to have been identified during the last drone shots. Equipped with ultra-sophisticated equipment, the soldiers will probe the chemical composition of the soil to identify any anomalies and in particular the presence of nitrogen, a gas released in quantity by a buried body. The drones are also equipped with thermal cameras to help “restore the stored heat” as recently confided 100% by François Daoust, former director of the IRCGN.
According to our observations, the gendarmes of the Toulouse Research Section and/or the IRCGN also used a wheeled radar to detect the cavities. Since Tuesday morning, the research has focused on the place called La Tour, 1.2 km from the Jubillar house. Investigators are still trying to find a possible burial site. This is exactly the area where the first hunts took place;
Cédric Jubillar heard at the same time by the Chamber of Instruction
The gendarmes also used a radar on wheels to detect the cavities this Tuesday in Cagnac.
Research carried out in parallel with the hearing of Cédric Jubillar before the Chamber of Instruction. She must rule, on appeal, on the decision of the judge of freedoms and detention, made on June 13, to extend her term of custody for 6 months.
A hearing started this morning, in the presence of the respondent and his new companion, Séverine. The latter came to see him, for the first time since June 14, 2021. Through the window of the box, Cédric Jubillar whispered to him a “I love you“.
The hearing will likely be held behind closed doors. As a reminder, Cédric Jubillar has been indicted for aggravated murder and imprisoned since June 18, 2021.
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Jubillar case. Drone research has resumed above Cagnac-les-Mines
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