37,500 innocent Russian-Americans, which U.S. authorities this week reportedly tracked down and apprehended, are now living in internment camps in Miami Beach, Florida.
It is expected more are set to join them.
Packing the detainees on first class flights, they were then chauffeur driven to luxurious condos and mansions in South Beach.
In what seems as a bold move by US President Barack Obama, in direct response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine some are asking questions as to the safety of the internees,
"These poor people are in desperate need of help," said one concerned man "they are being forced to spend money on expensive watches, drink vodka all day, hang out on the beach, drive sports cars, and wear expensive clothes, they are suffering."
It has been also reported that some Russians in Miami have been forced to buy multi-million dollar yachts.
Some though disagree, mainly Russians.
One burly Russian told me, "I love it here, cocaine, sexy girls, the sun, cocaine, nightclubs, cocaine and of course, cocaine. Now, where can I find a prostitute, and more cocaine?" Said Olga, originally from Moscow.