The rope found on the garage door the driver had in fact been placed there since last fall.
The FBI investigation opened following the discovery of a rope to be hanged Sunday in the garage of Bubba Wallace at Talladega, Alabama, has determined that the rider only black owner in Nascar had “not been the target of” an act of racism, has announced the championship american car on Tuesday.
The FBI has concluded, through photographic evidence, that “the rope hanging on the garage door in the shape of a noose had been placed there as early as last fall,” said Nascar in a statement. “The investigation has proven, thanks to a video authenticated by Nascar, that the node was in the garage of number 4 as of October 2019,” confirmed the american federal police, which had sent 15 officers to the circuit of Talladega.
The discovery Sunday of this spring had caused a lively stir, in a context of racial tensions in the United States. The strings of the hanged man are reminiscent of the lynchings targeting black populations in the United States during the periods of slavery and segregational
All of the drivers and Nascar, a sport that is very popular among the conservative whites of the american South, had provided support for Bubba Wallace, whose car had been pushed by all of its opponents up to the starting line before the race.
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