Alec Baldwin Shoots and Kills Cinematographer with Prop Gun

Someone screwed up loading a prop gun and it is a mistake that cost a woman her life.

While on the set of the production of “Rust,” Alec Baldwin fired a prop gun.

Be it a live bullet or an overzealous prop master, a bullet that was supposed to be a blank ended up hitting two people, killing one of them.

In Tears

Pictures and videos from the scene show Alec Baldwin completely distraught after the incident, and I don’t doubt that for a second.

What was supposed to be a blank killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and wounded Joel Souza.

The shooting occurred at Bonanza Creek Ranch in Sante Fe, NM, which has been used dozens of times in recent years for westerns.

The incident is currently under investigation, as police will try to figure out how a prop gun was improperly loaded.

Baldwin finally spoke out about the incident on Twitter…

Baldwin, who has openly supported the liberal agenda against guns while at the same time making a living off gun violence in movies, immediately became the subject of trolls who dug up a tweet from 2017…

This was one of the tame ones…

Rest assured, this will probably haunt Baldwin for the rest of his life.

Production of the movie has been halted.

Sources: Fox News, Breitbart, & The Hill

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