Almost a year after the unexpected death of cinematographer Halyana Hutchins after Alec Baldwin accidentally shot him while filming Rust, the investigation could take an unexpected turn.
It may interest you: “It’s a lie that I’m not cooperating with the investigation”: Alec Baldwin As reported by ABC, the FBI concluded that the gun that killed Hutchins could not have fired itself, so pressed Baldwin exits.
That could cause problems for the actor-director, as he once asserted he didn’t fire the gun, it fired itself. “Crash tests determined that the firearm used in the shooting, a single-action .45 Colt (.45 Long Colt) F.lli Pietta revolver, could not be fired without pulling the trigger,” reads the release released by ABC Report. According to this, the weapon could only be fired with the trigger pulled, since the components functioned perfectly, so independent firing was not possible. This might interest you:
Alec Baldwin Speaks to ABC: ‘I Didn’t Pull the Trigger’ What will happen to Alec Baldwin now that he’s proven to have shot? The New Mexico authorities classified the photo director’s death as an accident; Santa Fe County, which is leading the investigation, said things could take an unexpected turn. However, no further details were given about what could happen. It is recalled that people who worked with Baldwin testified against him. We’ll have to wait and see what happens with the investigation and what direction it will take.
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