“Rust” Assistant Director Jumps in and Backs Up Alec’s Claim That He Did Not Pull the Trigger

“Rust” Assistant Director Jumps in and Backs Up Alec’s Claim That He Did Not Pull the Trigger

Things are getting so convoluted and confusing over this “Rust” shooting, and it’s all thanks to cruel and self-serving Alec Baldwin.


Personally, I think Alec Baldwin is a monster for spinning this new ridiculous and offensive narrative that he didn’t point the gun or pull the trigger. It makes it seem as if, the gun just “magically” went off by itself.

Ironically, this is what they pretend happens in Hollywood movies. Someone accidentally drops a gun in a film and it just starts firing off rounds.


That’s cute for a movie plot, but it’s not reality.

Guns don’t just randomly go off. There are so many built-in safety features, especially with a revolver, like the one Alec was using for his movie “Rust,” that something like that happening is like a zillion to one.

Even so, Alec is now claiming that he did not pull the trigger, and he’s turning this poor woman’s tragic death into a carnival sideshow. And he’s making it worse day by day. Now, he’s saying he doesn’t “feel guilty” over Halyna’s death, because it’s someone else’s fault.


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The Hill reported that Alec says he doesn’t feel guilty in the shooting death of a cinematographer on the set of his film, “Rust,” because someone else “is responsible.”

“I feel that someone is responsible for what happened, and I can’t say who that is, but I know it’s not me,” the actor told George Stephanopoulos on Thursday in his first TV interview since the October shooting on the film’s New Mexico set.

Authorities say cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was killed and director Joel Souza was wounded when Baldwin fired a gun holding a “suspected live round” while the performer was working on a scene for the movie.

“If I felt that I was responsible, I might have killed myself,” Baldwin said.

Honestly, I think this man is a ghoulish, sociopathic monster.



And now, the other guy who’s thought to be “responsible” for what went wrong – the assistant director – is coming out to back up Alec’s claims that he didn’t pull the trigger.

Of course he is…

Mind you, these two are being sued as we speak.

The Blaze is reporting that Dave Halls, assistant “Rust” director, says that actor Alec Baldwin did not pull the trigger on the prop gun that discharged on the film’s set.

Attorney Lisa Torraco told ABC News’ Kaylee Hartung that Halls corroborated Baldwin’s claim that he did not pull the trigger, KGO-TV reported on Thursday.

“Dave has told me since the very first day I met him that Alec did not pull that trigger,” Torraco said. “His finger was never in the trigger guard.”

She added, “Dave has told me since day one that it was an accident. It was a pure accident — freak, awful accident [that] unfortunately killed somebody.”

I’m sorry, but this sounds like a bunch of CYA nonsense. It sounds like two people who are being held responsible for this nightmare, got together and cooked up a goofy story that the gun just magically went off by its self.


Also, we’re to believe that the assistant director sat there, with his eyes fixed on Alec’s trigger finger the entire time?

This is absurd – but more than “absurd” it’s cruel and self-serving narcissism, and the final disrespectful move by Baldwin, who’s basically killing that poor woman a second time.

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