MOSCOW - An unidentified source with strong ties to upper Russian officials has revealed that he saw top secret documents concerning Russia's plan to invade the South American country of Colombia.
The plans showed a date for the invasion to be sometime in April. The source stated that the plans were tentatively put on hold after the Ukraine situation began to escalate.
The idea to invade Colombia was drawn up at the Kremlin with the full approval of President Putin.
Russia's Director of Computers Edward Snowden provided a wealth of information to the Kremlin regarding the top 25 government officials in Colombia.
The plan stated that the reason why Russia wanted to invade Colombia was to take over the extremely lucrative cocaine industry which Colombia has controlled for many years.
Putin and the Kremlin understand that the sale of cocaine generates billions of dollars annually which filters into every aspect of Colombia's existence.
SIDENOTE: When president Obama heard about the Russian plan to invade Colombia he grinned and simply said, "Well looks to me like that's Colombia's problem."