Excitement in Nascar series: noose, according to the FBI, but not a hate crime

The only black Nascar driver Bubba Wallace (26) does not appear to have been the target of a hate crime. This is clear from the final examinations of the Americ

Excitement in Nascar series: noose, according to the FBI, but not a hate crime

The only black Nascar driver Bubba Wallace (26) does not appear to have been the target of a hate crime. This is clear from the final examinations of the American Federal police FBI, as the series announced on Tuesday (local time). "The FBI report comes to the conclusion, and photographic evidence to confirm this, that as a loop-shaped garage door was a rope positioned there already in the last fall," it said on the Nascar Homepage. Therefore, no charges will be levied in this case.

the rope had been already long before the arrival of the Teams at the Talladega Superspeedway in the state of Alabama in the Garage, to this point in time, the garages have not been yet allocated.

"We appreciate the quick and thorough investigation by the FBI and are grateful to learn that this was not an intentional, racist act against Bubba," said the series more. Wallace himself insisted on the original assessment. The image of the object, which he had seen, had shown no garage door-pull cable, said Wallace to the channel CNN. "It was a noose. If in the year 2019 subject or whatever, it was a noose.“

Updated Date: 24 June 2020, 04:19

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