Speaking to Al-Arabiya during an interview, Colonel Enad al Abbas, who was in charge of writing reports based on data collected from Police Headquarters in the country’s 14 cities said that comments on the reports were sent from the office of President Bashar Al Assad to the ministry around three in the morning with directions to “oppress the demonstrations by all means.”
Abbas said he used to hand over a dailu compiled report of all incidents taking place nationwide and was delivered by an officer to the president's office
"Reports included the wrong doings done towards civilians such as killings, degrading and abusing every human rights then we used to send it off to the president, so he knew everything that was happening in details"
When he was asked by Al Arabiya reporter about the source of orders given to police forces on how to deal with protests, he said orders used to come from the interior minster office.
The president was well informed that all protests were peaceful that carried the message of righteous demands.
Enad said he cannot be part of a regime that killed more than 30 thousands of his people and tens of thousands arrested, millions fled their country.
Speaking in an interview with Al Arabiya, Colonel Enad al-Abbas, who was in charge of writing reports based on data collected from police headquarters in the country’s 14 governorates, said that a report was delivered to Assad’s personal office a little after midnight every day.
In tears, the former Colonel spoke about the future of Syria and his own against a backdrop of a 21-month-old lingering conflict.