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‘Reckless’ Alec Baldwin MISSED one firearms training class, was distracted and talking on phone in second session and didn’t carry out two safety checks before pulling trigger that killed Rust cinematographer, court docs claim By JENNIFER SMITH, CHIEF REPORTER and HARRIET ALEXANDER FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

  • Baldwin and Hannah Gutierrez-Reed were formally charged on Tuesday 
  • They have vowed to fight the case and face up to five years in jail if convicted 
  • Halyna Hutchins, 42, died on October 21, 2021, after being shot by Baldwin  

Alec Baldwin was formally charged Tuesday with involuntary manslaughter for shooting dead Halyna Hutchins on the set of their movie Rust in October 2021.

Prosecutors in Santa Fe, New Mexico, stated he was ‘distracted’ during firearm training and shortly after the incident admitted to officers he had fired the weapon – something he would later vehemently deny.

Mary Carmack-Altwies, the Santa Fe district attorney, reported that the Oscar-nominated actor and producer of the film was not present for firearms training prior to the start of filming – and when an hour-long training session was scheduled, he appeared uninterested and was on his cell phone.

Her team found ‘reckless deviation from known standards and practice and protocol’, noting that Hutchins was killed during an unscheduled rehearsal, during which the standard two safety checks were not carried out, and for which a plastic gun should have been used.

‘Today we have taken another important step in securing justice for Halyna Hutchins,’ said Carmack-Altwies in a statement. ‘In New Mexico, no one is above the law and justice will be served.’

Baldwin, pictured on Tuesday outside his New York City home, has vowed to fight the charges

Baldwin, pictured on Tuesday outside his New York City home, has vowed to fight the charges

Armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed has also been charged with involuntary manslaughter

Armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed has also been charged with involuntary manslaughter

Baldwin has vowed to fight the charges. He has stated repeatedly he never pulled the trigger, and said it was a tragic accident – emphasizing that he relied on the firearms experts hired to be on set.

If convicted, he faces up to five years in prison. Armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed has also been charged.

Among the papers filed on Tuesday is a ten-page probable cause affidavit – divided into two sections. One notes Baldwin’s actions as the lead actor, and another explores his role as the film’s primary producer.

Prosecutors note that Baldwin was absent from an initial firearms training session.

Gutierrez-Reed set up an hour-long subsequent session for Baldwin, but they only completed 30 minutes.

‘According to Reed, Baldwin was distracted and talking on his cell phone to his family during the training,’ the prosecutors stated.

The affidavit claims Baldwin gave ‘inconsistent accounts’ about how the shooting happened – first telling police he ‘fired’ the gun, then insisting he did not pull the trigger.

Prosecutors state that ‘photos and videos clearly show Baldwin, multiple times, with his finger inside the trigger guard and on the trigger.’

They add: ‘Baldwin approached responding deputies on the day of the shooting, wanting to talk to them because he was the one who ‘fired’ the gun.’

Among the documents filed with the court on Tuesday are a ten-page probable cause affidavit that describes Baldwin putting his finger 'inside of the trigger guard and on the trigger' on the day of the shooting, and moments beforehand

Among the documents filed with the court on Tuesday are a ten-page probable cause affidavit that describes Baldwin putting his finger ‘inside of the trigger guard and on the trigger’ on the day of the shooting, and moments beforehand

Baldwin and his wife Hilaria in New York City on Tuesday. He will not have to travel to New Mexico for his first court appearance

Baldwin and his wife Hilaria in New York City on Tuesday. He will not have to travel to New Mexico for his first court appearance

Hilaria Baldwin wrote on Instagram: 'I hope you understand how much your support and kindness to Alec and our children mean,' before going on to thank Baldwin himself

Hilaria Baldwin wrote on Instagram: ‘I hope you understand how much your support and kindness to Alec and our children mean,’ before going on to thank Baldwin himself

The impassioned post featured a photo of 64-year-old Alec with the couple's seven school-aged kids, and accompanied with a heartfelt caption that hailed the A-lister for his parenting

The impassioned post featured a photo of 64-year-old Alec with the couple’s seven school-aged kids, and accompanied with a heartfelt caption that hailed the A-lister for his parenting

They state: ‘Photo and video evidence from inside the church on the day of the shooting show some of the rehearsal up to and including moments before the shooting.

‘The photos and videos clearly show Baldwin multiple times with his finger inside of the trigger guard and on the trigger, while manipulating the hammer and while drawing, pointing and holstering the revolver.

‘Baldwin knew the first rule of gun safety is to never point a gun at someone you don’t intend on shooting,’ the document continues.

Baldwin claimed in interviews after the shooting that he did not pull the trigger.

He believes the fault lies with the armorer, who he says should have checked the gun was safe before it was handed to him.

Yet the probable cause statement against Baldwin referred to the FBI’s previous analysis of the firearm, which ‘clearly showed that the weapon could not ‘accidentally fire.’

The document also said Baldwin failed to demand ‘at least two (2) safety checks between the armorer and himself’ prior to the shooting.

Prosecutors said: ‘If Baldwin had not pointed the gun at Hutchins and Souza, this tragedy would not have occurred.

‘This reckless deviation from known standards and practice and protocol directly caused the fatal shooting.’

Halyna Hutchins, 42, was shot and killed on the 'Rust' movie set on October 21

Halyna Hutchins, 42, was shot and killed on the movie set on October 21

Baldwin’s attorney said the decision to charge his client was deeply misguided.

Speaking earlier this month, when the charges were announced, he said: ‘This decision distorts Halyna Hutchins’ tragic death and represents a terrible miscarriage of justice.

‘Mr Baldwin had no reason to believe there was a live bullet in the gun — or anywhere on the movie set.

‘He relied on the professionals with whom he worked, who assured him the gun did not have live rounds. We will fight these charges, and we will win.’

SAG-AFTRA, an organization that represents approximately 160,000 actors and other professional entertainers, also objected to the charges.

‘​The death of Halyna Hutchins is a tragedy, and all the more so because of its preventable nature. It is not a failure of duty or a criminal act on the part of any performer,’ the group said in a statement.

‘The prosecutor’s contention that an actor has a duty to ensure the functional and mechanical operation of a firearm on a production set is wrong and uninformed.

‘An actor’s job is not to be a firearms or weapons expert. Firearms are provided for their use under the guidance of multiple expert professionals directly responsible for the safe and accurate operation of that firearm.

‘In addition, the employer is always responsible for providing a safe work environment at all times, including hiring and supervising the work of professionals trained in weapons.’

Mickey Rourke, 70, was among those who sprung to Baldwin’s defense, insisting he should not have been charged.

Mickey Rourke came to the defense of Alec Baldwin
Baldwin was told he would be charged with involuntary manslaughter

Mickey Rourke (left) insisted Alec Baldwin (right) should not be charged over the October 2021 shooting of camerawoman Halyna Hutchins

Halyna Hutchins, a 42-year-old married mother of a young son, died in hospital in New Mexico after the accidental shooting

Halyna Hutchins, a 42-year-old married mother of a young son, died in hospital in New Mexico after the accidental shooting

Rourke posted on Instagram last week in defense of Baldwin, who had Rourke as a guest on his podcast in 2016

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Rourke, who appeared on Baldwin’s podcast in 2016, said it was wrong to prosecute the Oscar-nominated actor.

‘I usually never put my 2 cents in about what happens on someone’s movie set,’ he wrote on Instagram.

‘It’s a terrible tragedy what happened to a cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

‘But no way in hell actor Alec Baldwin should be charged with any negligence whatsoever.’

Rourke claimed it was wrong to expect Baldwin to manage the gun safety aspects of the set.

The gun from the set of Rust, which was accidentally fired, killing Hutchins

The gun from the set of Rust, which was accidentally fired, killing Hutchins

She was shot just moments after the crew entered a church set to rehearse a scene (above)

She was shot just moments after the crew entered a church set to rehearse a scene (above)

Pictured: Alec Baldwin is seen on October 21, 2021, after speaking to investigators about the fatal shooting of Halyna Hutchins

Alec Baldwin is seen on October 21, 2021, after speaking to investigators about the fatal shooting of Halyna Hutchins. Baldwin’s phone is now being sought by the team probing Hutchins’s death

A devastated Baldwin is pictured bent over outside the Santa Fe County Sheriff's office after speaking to investigators

A devastated Baldwin is pictured bent over outside the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s office after speaking to investigators

‘Most actors don’t know anything about guns especially if they didn’t grow up around them,’ he continued.

‘Alec didn’t bring the gun to the set from his house or his car, when weapons are involved on a movie set, the guns are supposed to he handled only by the ‘weapon armor’.

‘In some cases the 1st AD might pass a gun to an actor, but most of the time the gun is handed to the actor directly by the ‘gun armor’.

‘There’s what ‘armor’s job is on the set. To have an expert around any type of dangerous weapon.’

Rourke said actors could then either ‘dry fire the gun’ or check the barrel themselves.

He said the decision to charge Baldwin was ‘terribly wrong.’

‘I am sure Alec is already suffering enough over what happened. But to lay a blame on him is terribly terribly wrong.’

The set of Rust, at the Bonanza Creek Ranch outside of Santa Fe

The set of Rust, at the Bonanza Creek Ranch outside of Santa Fe

Rust cinematographer Halyna Hutchins (center) died after being shot by Baldwin during a rehearsal on October 21, 2021 in New Mexico

Rust cinematographer Halyna Hutchins (center) died after being shot by Baldwin during a rehearsal on October 21, 2021 in New Mexico

An aerial view of the Bonanza Creek Ranch in Santa Fe, where the movie was being filmed

An aerial view of the Bonanza Creek Ranch in Santa Fe, where the movie was being filmed

Alec Baldwin, 63, spoke to George Stephanopoulos for an interview which aired in December 2021

Alec Baldwin, 63, spoke to George Stephanopoulos for an interview which aired in December 2021

Baldwin in December 2021 gave a televised interview to ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, and insisted he was not responsible for Hutchins’ death.

He said that the gun just ‘went off’ while in his hands.

‘I let go of the hammer, bang. The gun goes off. Everyone is horrified. They’re shocked. It’s loud,’ he said.

He also revealed he didn’t know she’d died until hours later at the end of his police interview, when he was photographed in the sheriff’s parking lot in Santa Fe.

And he said that he had been told by people ‘in the know’ that it was ‘highly unlikely’ he would face criminal charges.

‘Someone is responsible for what happened, and I can’t say who it is, but it’s not me,’ he said.

‘Honest to God, if I thought I was responsible I might have killed myself. And I don’t say that lightly.’

Baldwin’s version of on-set tragedy, as told to ABC News

‘I’m just showing. I go, ‘How ’bout that? Does that work? You see that? Do you see that?’

‘And then she goes, ‘Yeah, that’s good.’

‘I let go of the hammer, bang. The gun goes off. Everyone is horrified. They’re shocked. It’s loud. They don’t have their earplugs in.

‘No one was – the gun was supposed to be empty. I was told I was handed an empty gun.

‘If they were cosmetic rounds, nothing with a charge at all, a flash round, nothing.

‘She goes down, I thought to myself, ‘Did she faint?’

‘The notion that there was a live round in that gun did not dawn on me ’till probably 45 minutes to an hour later.’

He added: ‘Well, she’s laying there and I go, ‘Did she hit by wadding? Was there a blank?’

‘I never pulled the trigger. No, no, no. You would never do that.

‘The gun was supposed to be empty. I was told I was handed an empty gun. ‘

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Video of What’s Happening Behind Gavin Newsom During Gun Rights Interview Makes Him Look Even Worse By Sister Toldjah 

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We reported Tuesday on how California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) got hit with a much-needed reality check by CBS Evening News anchor Norah O’Donnell of all people during an interview he did disparaging the Second Amendment and its proponents in the aftermath of the horrific Monterey Park mass shooting Saturday night that left eleven dead and nine injured.

“Nothing about this is surprising. Everything about this is infuriating,” he stated to O’Donnell Monday before also declaring that “the Second Amendment is becoming a suicide pact.”

In turn, O’Donnell politely but firmly informed a smug-looking Newsom that there are “many people in this country that support the Second Amendment and are lawful gun owners.”

But another clip circulating on social media from their exchange where Newsom is expanding on his comments actually makes him look even worse, not just because of what he claims about Republicans supposedly “not giving a damn” about children getting hurt and killed during shooting tragedies, but because of what’s going on directly behind him as the cameras were rolling.

See if you can spot it:

 

Yep, that’s Gavin Newsom being trailed by a taxpayer-funded armed security detail as he brags about everything the state of California has done under his watch to curb gun rights.

You absolutely could not make this up if you tried.

“Saying the Second Amendment is a ‘suicide pact’ while literally being protected by armed security guards is the most elitist, unaware, on-brand thing Gavin Newsom has said,” one astute Twitter user observed. “Ranks right ahead of his fancy dining during the covid lockdown. This guy truly is unique.”

Isn’t it fascinating how the harsh infringements on your Constitutional rights that Democrats often push for usually only apply to the common man and never to them? As pointed out above, we saw this all during the coronavirus pandemic, especially in the more heavily restricted states (blue states) like California where Democratic officials like Newsom and then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi were routinely found to be not practicing what they preached as it related to “keeping their fellow citizens safe” during the pandemic.

We also saw this, for example, in Minneapolis as the Democrat-run city council there pushed in the summer of 2020 to defund the police and yet were found to have armed, taxpayer-funded security due to alleged “threats” they were supposedly receiving over their public statements in support of “reimagining” (read: getting rid of) the Minneapolis police force.

It’s always the same old song and dance with these people, with the rules for thee but not for me mentality and all that. This is why whenever the inevitable calls from the left to chip away at more rights start, rational people should push back using every legal tool at their disposal to counter their attempts – with the most important tool, of course, being their voice.

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NRA Gun Of The Week: Browning Citori Hunter Grade II by AMERICAN RIFLEMAN STAFF

From the outset, the Citori was crafted as a budget-friendly sporting arm, but don’t let that fool you, as Browning’s famed over-under is seen on the winner’s podium throughout the United States each year, and these guns are trusted by top shooters to perform at high levels. Dedicated hunters, too, require sporting arms that function without fail and print beautifully downrange. Whether you’re a field fanatic with a burning desire to traverse the brush country in pursuit of gamebirds, or a weekend clays shooter with a taste for signature quality, the Citori Hunter Grade II should ride high on the list of suitable shotguns. Watch the video above to see the Citori Hunter Grade II in use on the NRA Tech Range.

Man with over-under Browning shotgun indoors shooting gun 16 gauge remote camera front angle

Starting with a steel receiver, locking bolt and hinge pin, you’ll notice quickly the silver finish of the gun’s action, which automatically suggests that it’s made of stainless steel. In fact, it is just carbon steel, but the receiver has been treated to provide supreme wear and corrosion resistance, thanks to a silver nitriding process. The overall finish has undeniable good looks, especially after the company’s decision to wrap its action with a better-than-usual grade of walnut, as seen here, which is what makes this version of the Citori Hunter a Grade II.

Browning Citori Hunter Grade II shotgun 16 gauge over-under wood stock silver receiver gold trigger

The stock includes a smooth satin finish throughout with panels along the wrist and fore-end that, with 18 l.p.i. cut checkering, gives users enough grit for purchase without being overly abrasive. The buttstock is capped with the company’s famed Inflex 2 recoil pad, which our testers have come to love. The grip has an open radius for fast handling, an important attribute of a field gun.

Browning Citori Hunter Grade II left-side view shotgun over-under wood silver receiver blued barrels gold inlay trigger

Further increasing the Citori Hunter’s capability is its barrels, and Browning has gone to great lengths to improve performance here. What you get with this package is nothing short of premium. Browning offers its Hunter Grade II in various gauges, and barrel options include either 26″ or 28″ configurations. Putting shot on target is easy with the gun’s 50-50 point of impact and included choke tubes. Three choke tubes come with the gun. In addition, you get a back-bored barrel, chrome-lined chamber and ventilated rib for sighting.

Browning Arms Citori Hunter Grade II shotgun over-under top-side view tang receiver barrel wood

On the range, our testers were pleased with the flawless performance of the Citori Hunter Grade II. The gun swings well and has a great between-the-hands balance. From the gun’s safety and barrel selector to its gold accents, clean lines and overall good looks, this 16-ga. version is sure to impress. The Citori has a track record of success, and the Hunter Grade II is just one more great example in the Browning Arms lineup.

Specifications
ImporterBrowning Arms
Action Type: bloxlock, over-under, break-action shotgun
Gauge: 16; 2 3/4″
Receiver: steel; sliver-Nitride finish
Barrel: 26″ steel; blued fininsh
Stock: grade II walnut
Sights: 1/4″ ventilated rib; silver-bead front
Overall Length: 43″
Weight: 6 lbs., 12 ozs.
MSRP: $2,480

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(The Center Square) – The list of about 170 different semi-automatic guns now banned in Illinois could change with state police granted the authority to update the list “as needed.”

Possession of guns legally purchased before Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed the measure Tuesday are grandfathered in, but owners must eventually register each weapon’s serial number. Illinois State Police are to develop the registry with gun owners required to comply by Jan. 1, 2024. Violations could be a Class 2 felony.

Long gun magazines of more than 10 rounds and handgun magazines of more than 15 rounds are banned in the state of Illinois. Those don’t have to be registered, but are grandfathered. However, violations of having them outside of private property is a petty offense with a fine of $1,000 for each infraction.

Gun-owner rights’ groups plan to sue but the measure is in effect absent any court orders.

While the legislation lays out a list of the banned firearms, House Speaker Emanuel “Chris” Welch said the law gives Illinois State Police some leeway.

“It strengthens the assault weapons ban by also allowing Illinois State Police to update the list as needed,” Welch said.

The legislation says that “No later than October 1, 2023, and every October 1 thereafter, the Illinois State Police shall, via rulemaking, identify, publish, and make available on its website, the list of assault weapons subject to an endorsement affidavit.”

“The list shall identify, but is not limited to, the copies, duplicates, variants, and altered facsimiles of the assault weapons … and shall be consistent with the definition of ‘assault weapon’ identified” in the law.

The list of guns in the law are below.

Rifles:

AK, AK47, AK47S, AK–74, AKM, AKS, ARM,

MAK90, MISR, NHM90, NHM91, SA85, SA93, Vector Arms

AK–47, VEPR, WASR–10, and WUM.

IZHMASH Saiga AK.

MAADI AK47 and ARM.

Norinco 56S, 56S2, 84S, and 86S.

Poly Technologies AK47 and AKS.

SKS with a detachable magazine.

AR–10.

AR–15.

Alexander Arms Overmatch Plus 16.

Armalite M15 22LR Carbine.

Armalite M15–T.

Barrett REC7.

Beretta AR–70.

Black Rain Ordnance Recon Scout.

Bushmaster ACR.

Bushmaster Carbon 15.

Bushmaster MOE series.

Bushmaster XM15.

Chiappa Firearms MFour rifles.

Colt Match Target rifles.

CORE Rifle Systems CORE15 rifles.

Daniel Defense M4A1 rifles.

Devil Dog Arms 15 Series rifles.

Diamondback DB15 rifles.

DoubleStar AR rifles.

DPMS Tactical rifles.

DSA Inc. ZM–4 Carbine.

Heckler & Koch MR556.

High Standard HSA–15 rifles.

Jesse James Nomad AR–15 rifle.

Knight’s Armament SR–15.

Lancer L15 rifles.

MGI Hydra Series rifles.

Mossberg MMR Tactical rifles.

Noreen Firearms BN 36 rifle.

Olympic Arms.

POF USA P415.

Precision Firearms AR rifles.

Remington R–15 rifles.

Rhino Arms AR rifles.

Rock River Arms LAR–15 or Rock River

Arms LAR–47.

Sig Sauer SIG516 rifles and MCX rifles.

Smith & Wesson M&P15 rifles.

Stag Arms AR rifles.

Sturm, Ruger & Co. SR556 and AR–556 rifles.

Uselton Arms Air-Lite M–4 rifles.

Windham Weaponry AR rifles.

WMD Guns Big Beast.

Yankee Hill Machine Company, Inc.

YHM–15 rifles.

Barrett M107A1.

Barrett M82A1.

Beretta CX4 Storm.

Calico Liberty Series.

CETME Sporter.

Daewoo K–1, K–2, Max 1, Max 2, AR 100, and

AR 110C.

Fabrique Nationale/FN Herstal FAL, LAR, 22

FNC, 308 Match, L1A1 Sporter, PS90, SCAR, and FS2000.

Feather Industries AT–9.

Galil Model AR and Model ARM.

Hi-Point Carbine.

HK–91, HK–93, HK–94, HK–PSG–1, and HK USC.

IWI TAVOR, Galil ACE rifle.

Kel-Tec Sub-2000, SU–16, and RFB.

SIG AMT, SIG PE–57, Sig Sauer SG 550, Sig

Sauer SG 551, and SIG MCX.

Springfield Armory SAR–48.

Steyr AUG.

Sturm, Ruger & Co. Mini-14 Tactical Rifle

M–14/20CF.

All Thompson rifles, including the following:

Thompson M1SB.

Thompson T1100D.

Thompson T150D.

Thompson T1B.

Thompson T1B100D.

Thompson T1B50D.

Thompson T1BSB.

Thompson T1–C.

Thompson T1D.

Thompson T1SB.

Thompson T5.

Thompson T5100D.

Thompson TM1.

Thompson TM1C.

UMAREX UZI rifle.

UZI Mini Carbine, UZI Model A Carbine, and

UZI Model B Carbine.

Valmet M62S, M71S, and M78.

Vector Arms UZI Type.

Weaver Arms Nighthawk.

Wilkinson Arms Linda Carbine.

Pistols:

All AK types, including the following:

Centurion 39 AK pistol.

CZ Scorpion pistol.

Draco AK–47 pistol.

HCR AK–47 pistol.

IO Inc. Hellpup AK–47 pistol.

Krinkov pistol.

Mini Draco AK–47 pistol.

PAP M92 pistol.

Yugo Krebs Krink pistol.

All AR types, including the following:

American Spirit AR–15 pistol.

Bushmaster Carbon 15 pistol.

Chiappa Firearms M4 Pistol GEN II.

CORE Rifle Systems CORE15 Roscoe pistol.

Daniel Defense MK18 pistol.

DoubleStar Corporation AR pistol.

DPMS AR–15 pistol.

Jesse James Nomad AR–15 pistol.

Olympic Arms AR–15 pistol.

Osprey Armament MK–18 pistol.

POF USA AR pistols.

Rock River Arms LAR 15 pistol.

Uselton Arms Air-Lite M–4 pistol.

Calico pistols.

DSA SA58 PKP FAL pistol.

Encom MP–9 and MP–45.

Heckler & Koch model SP–89 pistol.

Intratec AB–10, TEC–22 Scorpion, TEC–9, and

TEC–DC9.

IWI Galil Ace pistol, UZI PRO pistol.

Kel-Tec PLR 16 pistol.

All MAC types, including the following:

MAC–10.

MAC–11.

Masterpiece Arms MPA A930 Mini Pistol,

MPA460 Pistol, MPA Tactical Pistol, and MPA Mini

Tactical Pistol.

Military Armament Corp. Ingram M–11.

Velocity Arms VMAC.

Sig Sauer P556 pistol.

Sites Spectre.

All Thompson types, including the following:

Thompson TA510D.

Thompson TA5.

All UZI types, including Micro-UZI.

Shotguns:

DERYA Anakon MC–1980, Anakon SD12.

Doruk Lethal shotguns.

Franchi LAW–12 and SPAS 12.

All IZHMASH Saiga 12 types, including the following:

IZHMASH Saiga 12.

IZHMASH Saiga 12S.

IZHMASH Saiga 12S EXP–01.

IZHMASH Saiga 12K.

IZHMASH Saiga 12K–030.

IZHMASH Saiga 12K–040 Taktika.

Streetsweeper.

Striker 12.

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