There is not committed any federal crime in the case of a loop found in a black Nascar driver's garage.
That concludes the us department of justice on Tuesday.
- After a thorough review of the facts and evidence concerning this incident, we have concluded that there is not committed any federal crime, writes the ministry of justice and the us federal bureau of investigation, FBI, in a statement, according to news agency Reuters.
According to the authorities, is there evidence that the loop had been hanging in the garage number four on the racetrack, the Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama since October 2019.
- Although we now know that the loop was in garage number four in 2019, there is no one who could have known that Mr. Wallace would be assigned to the garage number four in the last week, it says further in the statement.
An incident at the weekend shocked the motorsport series, Nascar, when it was found a loop in the u.s. is running the Bubba Wallace's garage. He is the only black run in the Nascar field.
the Loop was found, after he came back from the Sunday drive.
the Incident took place in the aftermath of a period of time, where Bubba Wallace has used his voice in the fight against racism. It has several sports teams made, after that the black american George Floyd died in police custody after a brutal arrest.
In a statement issued Tuesday evening local time writes Nascar, to the appreciate on the FBI's prompt and thorough investigation of the incident.
- the FBI has completed its investigation at the Talladega Superspeedway and ruled that Bubba Wallace was not the target of a hate crime, writes Nascar on its website.
Motorsport-the series is 'grateful to get to know, that this was not an intentional racist act against Bubba'.
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