Alec Baldwin retweets story focusing on new warrant released in fatal ‘Rust’ shooting


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Cinematographer Halyana Hutchins dies due to accidental shooting on set of ‘Rust’

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Alec Baldwin retweeted an article shared by The New York Times on Wednesday that focused on the latest search warrants issued in the investigation into the deadly “Rust” shooting.

The accidental shooting resulted in the death of cinematographer Helena Hutchins.


Before he hands over a revolver to Alec Baldwin on the set of the film “Rust” before he is declared “cold”, Dave Hall, an assistant director, tells a detective that he should have inspected each round in each chamber, following an affidavit. As per but they didn’t,” the original tweet read.

According to a previous warrant from the authoritiesBaldwin was handed the shotgun by Assistant Director Dave Hall. A warrant stated that Hall handed over the prop gun to Baldwin and declared it “cold”, an industry term implying that the weapon was not loaded with ammunition, including Blank. According to the Associated Press, citing an application for a search warrant, Hall was unaware that there were live rounds inside the firearm.

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According to court records, the gun Baldwin used was one of three that Armor had kept on a cart outside the building where a scene was being rehearsed.

The actor had earlier retweeted a Variety article with the headline, “Alec Baldwin Was Told Prop Gun Was Safe Before Fatal Shooting, Affidavit Says.”

Both tweets were shared on Friday following Baldwin’s statement on Hutchins’ death.

Halls did not immediately respond to Granthshala News’ request for comment.


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