1 year ago

Alec Baldwin and Wife Stop to Answer Questions Saying He Can't - Then Elaborates

Remember he's an actor! It's obvious he doesn't want his wife in the video; she continues to put her 2 cents in. Notice the looks, motions, and body language toward her?

Experts say that Alec Baldwin and the Rust crew ignored several critical gun safety rules that could have avoided the tragic death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the movie set Thursday

Zak Knight, a pyrotechnic and special effects engineer, said there's no reason a gun should pointed at another person and that live ammunition should never be on a movie set
Baldwin tweeted a Variety article on Friday that he 'was told prop gun was safe before fatal shooting'

Hutchins' husband shared a touching tribute to his wife following her tragic death on Thursday

Matthew Hutchins posted sweet a photo of his wife with their 9-year-old son Andros on Twitter captioned: 'Halyna inspired us all with her passion and vision, and her legacy is too meaningful to encapsulate in words'

Armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed and assistant director Dave Halls were named in a search warrant on Friday

'Cold gun!' shouted Halls, a veteran assistant director who worked on Fargo and The Matrix Reloaded
When Baldwin pulled the trigger, a bullet was fired, killing the cinematographer and injuring the director

Meanwhile, troubling reports highlight safety concerns on the set of Baldwin's Western film, Rust

Production crew on the set of Rust walked out on Thursday morning in a row over safety and long hours

On Thursday, when they arrived to pack up, they found a team of non-union workers waiting to replace them

Hutchins decided to stay on the set and film with Alec Baldwin and the film director Joel Souza

Alec Baldwin ignored 'golden rule' of gun safety by pointing pistol at cinematographer, expert says: Star tweets article that he was told gun was safe and attends memorial for woman he shot dead.

Legal Analysis: Alec Baldwin Situation Beginning to Look a Lot Like Manslaughter. The more we learn about the facts of this case, within the context of New Mexico criminal law, the more this shooting looks increasingly like a crime—specifically, felony involuntary manslaughter.

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