FBI questions Alec Baldwin’s version of shooting that killed director on set

FBI questions Alec Baldwin’s version of shooting that killed director on set

The information was released by ABC, an American television network that had access to the conclusion of the investigation.

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247 FBI investigations are calling into question Alec Baldwin’s version of the shooting that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins (19792021) on the Rust film sets last October. According to Orgel, contrary to the actor’s statement, the trigger of the weapon was activated. The report comes from the portal TV News.

The information was released by ABC, an American television network that had access to the conclusion of the investigation. “The gun could not have been fired without the trigger being pulled while its internal components were intact and functional,” said police, who conducted tests on the same model revolver.

In December last year, in an interview for the same channel, the star stressed that the shooting happened accidentally, without the trigger being pulled. “I didn’t pull the trigger. I would never point a gun at someone and pull the trigger. Never,” he explained.

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Despite the contradiction between the versions, the case continues to be treated as an accident as there is no evidence the actor intentionally used live ammunition.

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The tragedy happened during the rehearsal of a scene from the film Rust, which involved Alec, Halyna and Joel Souza, the director of the feature film. The filmmaker died instantly while Souza was injured.

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In February of this year, the director’s family filed a lawsuit against Baldwin for involuntary manslaughter when there was no intent to kill. Along with the star, the feature film’s executive producers and crew members have been presumed to be defendants in the case, and their names have been added to the lawsuit.

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