It was March 13, 1942. Yoshiko Imamoto was arrested by a pair of FBI agents because, like many other Japanese Americans during WWII, she was suspected of being a Japanese spy.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt had issued the order 9066, which sent all Japanese American to a camp, about 120,000 people were sent to camp.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt sent them to a camp because he thought that they were enemies, he also thought they were secret spies. Japanese Americans got out of the camp and tried to start all over again, but they had lost everything. Japanese Americans were claiming everything they lost, but unfortunately they didn't get anything back. After the war the president George Bush signed a bill and wrote an apology card to