Alec Baldwin has now officially been charged with a crime over the fatal shooting of cinematographer, Halyna Hutchins on his “Rust” movie set, and the D.A. listed a litany of safety lapses that she says sit squarely at Baldwin’s feet.
The D.A. says Baldwin was supposed to undergo firearms training but failed to do so. Adding Baldwin was then supposed to get minimal training for 30 minutes, but was on his cell phone for most of that time speaking with his family.
The D.A. focused on television interviews Baldwin did, where he guaranteed not to have discharged the weapon something the FBI and investigators question. The D.A. states there are various photographs and recordings that obviously show Baldwin with his finger on the trigger.
The lead prosecutor proceeds to say, as the maker of the film, Baldwin ought to never have permitted the creation organization to enlist Hannah Gutierrez-Reed as she coming up short on essential affirmations and experience for the gig.
And, the D.A. says Baldwin was in 40 films in which guns were an integral part, so he should have known all the protocols.
Examiners in St Nick Fe Region, NM have officially documented compulsory murder accusations against Baldwin. Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, the film’s head armorer, is additionally accused of compulsory murder.
As for assistant director Dave Halls, he’s already agreed to plead guilty to negligent use of a deadly weapon a misdemeanor. Per the deal, Halls will receive a suspended sentence and six months probation.