13 May 2010
The Centre for the Resolution of the Emergency Situation has ordered the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology to close 612 ‘subversive’ websites, most of which broadcast the red shirts’ rally.
7 May 2010
The summoning of student activists supporting the red-shirt movement was unbecoming for a government claiming to be democratic, said one of three student activists summoned to the 11th Infantry Regiment by the Centre for Emergency Situation Resolution.
7 May 2010
On the morning of 5 May, was blocked by the CRES.  The page was redirected to, with the message: Access is temporarily suspended, as ordered by the CRES under the 2005 Decree on Public Administration in Emergency Situations.
3 May 2010
On 2 May, Secretary-General of the Students Federation of Thailand Anuthee Dejthewaporn and two other students reported as summoned to the Centre for the Resolution of the Emergency Situation at the 11th Infantry Headquarters.
21 Apr 2010
On 20 April, Col Sansern Kaewkamnerd, CRES and army spokesperson, said that all CRES intelligence sources had reported that a group of terrorists among the red shirts were preparing weapons including grenades, Molotov cocktails, sharpened wooden rods in the form of spears and arrows, wooden sticks with nails, and acid.
18 Apr 2010
On 17 April, Col Sansern Kaewkamnerd, spokesperson for the Army and the Centre for the Resolution of the Emergency Situation (CRES), said that the authorities had retrieved only vehicles, but had yet to be handed weapons which had been seized by the red shirts.  He was concerned that agents provocateurs would use those weapons to put the blame on both the authorities and the red shirts.


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