17-02-2020 08:00 PM Jerusalem Timing

Syrian Television Airs Confessions of Two Terrorists

Syrian Television Airs Confessions of Two Terrorists

Syrian Official TV channel aired Tuesday the confessions of two people involved in killing and torturing Syrian citizens, security forces, and police men.

Syrian Official TV channel aired Tuesday the confessions of two people involved in killing and torturing Syrian citizens, security forces, and police men in the last period.

After capturing the two criminals and investigating with them, the Syrian authorities exposed the confessions before the public opinion to reflect the conspiracies being made against the regime.

The Syrian television aired the confessions of the criminals as well as documents that reassured their involvement.

Youssef Chaalan Al-Youssef was one of the criminals that admitted his involvement in the crimes against the security men.

Al-Youssef said that a security man was in the neighborhood he lived in, and after learning about that, he, along with other people from the neighborhood, burned the house which the man was in .

The security man, Ahmad Salman Hasan, was later forced towards the roof, and one of the conspirators threw him off it.

Al-Youssef said that after the man fell off the roof, hundreds of people were holding arms on the street, and so they started stabbing and torturing him, and assured that he also took part in stabbing the soldier until he was killed and torn into pieces.

In addition, the Syrian television aired the confessions of another criminal Ammar Taleb Ma’ath, who also said that he, along with other boys, assaulted a squad of security forces in Jisr Al-Shoughour, killed its members, and tortured their bodies.   

In parallel, SANA news agency quoted a Police Commander as saying that an armed group kidnapped Monday Attorney General Adnan Bakkour in Hama, along with his driver and bodyguard.

“Judge Bakkour and his companions were kidnapped upon their arriving to Karnaz village, where they were intercepted by seven gunmen with rifles and machine guns,” Bakkour said.