As dark as Sunday was in the world of sports and NASCAR with a noose being heinously, symbolically placed in Bubba Wallace’s garage, Monday was that much brighter with the entire community rallying around one of their own.
However, there was one HUGE question that arose from this incident that I don’t think people are asking; or, if they are asking it, they are not asking it loud enough:
“WHERE IS NASCAR’S GARAGE SURVEILLANCE SECURITY?!”
You mean to tell me that in this age of HD cameras hooked up to my doorbell that NASCAR can’t afford proper cameras in EVERY garage?
This case should have been solved in 30 minutes of watching footage, right? The perpetrator of this hideous act should have been in custody by lunch!
Yet, here we are two days later and NOT ONE person in custody.
Here’s the problem kids, if a person can get a noose in the garage area without being detected, what else can be put in the garage area without being detected?
How dangerous is this?
And why isn’t this a MUCH bigger deal?
Surely I can’t be the only one that sees MUCH more distastrously sinister implications in this apparently accepted lack of basic surveillance security.