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The FBI has determined that a noose found in NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace’s garage at Talladega Superspeedway on Sunday was a door pull rope hanging in the garage since last year, according to the bureau. In addition, no one could have known that Wallace would be assigned that garage.A statement issued by U.S. Attorney Jay E. Town said that an investigation has concluded that no federal crime was committed.“The FBI learned that garage number 4, where the noose was found, was assigned to Bubba Wallace last week. The investigation also revealed evidence, including authentic video confirmed by NASCAR, that the noose found in garage number 4 was in that garage as early as October 2019,” the bureau said. “Although the noose is now known to have been in garage number 4 in 2019, nobody could have known Mr. Wallace would be assigned to garage number 4 last week.”Further details were not immediately released. The FBI said no charges would be pursued in relation to the incident.
Facebook589Tweet0Pin0Johnny Carr, a full-time soldier with the United States Army, along with his wife and two young daughters have had to make sacrifices over the years as Johnny deployed to Afghanistan. Heather manages the home front while Johnny is away serving his country.The Nisqually River has eroded more than 60 feet of the Carr family home.On Wednesday, December 16, 2015, their lives were turned upside down when the Nisqually River eroded 60-feet of their property, taking with it all the trees and vegetation that was holding the river back.Now the family has been directed to evacuate the home. Their dream of building a life together along the Nisqually River in rural Thurston County will no longer be a reality. The County has yellow tagged the home, meaning they are authorized to enter the structure for brief period of time in order to retrieve personal belongings, but they will not be able to reoccupy the home.Johnny and Heather Carr, pictured with their two young daughters, have been forced to leave their home due to Nisqually River erosion.A crowd funding campaign has been organized on behalf of the family to raise funds for mortgage relief. The homeowners insurance does not cover flooding, and since they are outside a regulated floodplain, the lending institution did not require food coverage on the property.To learn more or to donate to this cause, please visit this Go Fund Me page.