FBI crime lab in Quantico to examine evidence from Alec Baldwin ‘Rust’ movie set
The FBI crime laboratory in Quantico, Virginia will examine evidence
He also noted that 500 rounds of ammunition — a mix of blanks, dummy rounds and live rounds — were found while searching the set.
Armorer shifts blame in Alec Baldwin shooting incident to producers
‘Rust’ armorer breaks silence on Alec Baldwin shooting incident, blames producers for unsafe conditions | Fox News
Lawyers say involuntary manslaughter charges could be filed
after the cops… said they were “not exactly sure” where he is.
Alec Baldwin posts story blaming his AD
Police say arrests may come ‘there was complacency’
Union members walked off ‘Rust’ set over safety issues, text message claims
Poor on set safety, period! We wrote about this exact issue last night
‘Rust’ Assistant Director: I Didn’t Check Alec Baldwin’s
Criminal Charges Possible in Shooting on Alec Baldwin Set, DA says
District attorney hasn’t ruled out criminal charges in fatal shooting on ‘Rust’ set
Alec Baldwin Was Told Prop Was Safe
Crew members on the set of "Rust" used guns with live —- and engaged in a pastime called "plinking" hours before https://www.cnn.com/2021/10/26/entertainment/alec-baldwin-rust-shooting-tuesday/index.html
Used That Morning for Live Target Practice
The ‘Rust’ camera crew reportedly walked off the set to protest safety conditions hours before
The "Rust" camera crew walked off set Thursday morning in protest of safety conditions on set, according to the Los Angeles Times.
They were replaced by non-union crew members.
A colleague was so alarmed by the prop misfires that he sent a text message to the unit production manager. “We’ve now had 3 accidental discharges. This is super unsafe,” according to a copy of the message reviewed by The Times.
‘Rust’ crew describes on-set safety issues and misfires days before fatal
Hours before actor Alec Baldwin fatally shot a cinematographer on the New Mexico set of “Rust” with a prop, a half-dozen camera crew workers walked off the set to protest working conditions.
The camera operators and their assistants were frustrated by the conditions surrounding the low-budget film, including complaints about long hours, long commutes and waiting for their paychecks, according to three people familiar with the matter who were not authorized to comment.
Safety protocols standard in the industry, including gun inspections, were not strictly followed on the “Rust” set near Santa Fe, the sources said. They said at least one of the camera operators complained last weekend to a production manager about gun safety on the set.
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Author: H. A. Goodman