New footage has emerged about the incident where actor Alec Baldwin killed the cinematographer. New footage has emerged of actor Alec Baldwin accidentally shooting and killing the cinematographer while filming. In the footage, Hutchins’ last moments before he died and Alec Baldwin’s interrogation were included.
World-famous actor Alec Baldwin had a terrible accident in October last year while shooting the movie Rust, of which he was both producer and actor. Real bullets were put into the gun he took for his role, causing the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. New images have emerged about the incident, which is on the world’s agenda and an investigation has been launched.
The Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office has released new footage related to the investigation launched. In the footage, Hutchins’ last moments before he died and the intervention of the medical teams who came to the scene were seen. On the other hand, the footage also includes footage from Baldwin’s first interrogation by two policemen.
According to the news in the US press, the famous actor explains in his statement that he did not pull the trigger himself, but that a live bullet came out of the gun quickly. Stating that he does not know how a fake bullet can cause such damage, Baldwin says that he does not know who placed the live bullet in the gun.
The investigation launched after the accident that ended in murder has not been charged so far, but the producers of the film were fined the maximum fine of $136,785 for failing to comply with the safety rules. According to court records, assistant director Dave Halls gave the gun to Baldwin and did not know it contained live ammunition. The gun was given to Halls by the film’s 24-year-old gunman, Hannah Gutierrez-Reed. His lawyers said that Reed also said he did not know how the live bullet got into the gun.