Shocking Details Emerge As Police Release Footage From Alec Baldwin Crime Scene
(TruthandLiberty.com) – On Monday, April 25, Santa Fe, New Mexico Sheriff’s office released bodycam footage after they arrived at the scene of a shooting on the set of the movie “Rust.” Video taken moments before Baldwin fatally shot cinematographer Halyna Hutchins shows the actor rehearsing on the set. Hutchins was behind the camera as Baldwin rehearsed with a .45 Long Colt Revolver, supposedly empty of bullets.
Baldwin told Sheriff Deputies in the video that he never aims a gun at a camera. The actor said he turned away and showed them a hand gesture demonstrating how he shot the allegedly unloaded gun. As he fired the weapon, he noticed Hutchins was there, and she fell straight to the ground.
Baldwin asked the Sheriff’s Deputy on camera about Hutchins’ condition. The law enforcement officer stated he didn’t know. The actor appeared rattled and upset. In a separate bodycam video, a deputy asked Baldwin how a live round could have been present and whether a defective dummy round might have been the culprit. Baldwin asked if there was a chance a dummy was defective, adding that he had never heard of that happening before.
Baldwin denies he did anything wrong in the incident, insisting he didn’t pull the trigger when the gun fired at Hutchins and Souza. As evidence, according to a Fox News report, the actor alleges he felt “no recoil” during the incident. The investigation is ongoing.
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