FBI Report Proves Alec Baldwin Must Have Pulled Trigger on “Rust” Set

FBI Report Proves Alec Baldwin Must Have Pulled Trigger on 'Rust' Set

STUNNING FBI Report Leaves Alec Baldwin Compromised

(TargetLiberty.org) – An FBI forensic report has confirmed what everyone who understands guns already knew. Actor Alec Baldwin insists he didn’t pull the trigger of the gun that killed Halyna Hutchins on the set of “Rust.” Now it’s official that he did.

On October 21, 2021, Alec Baldwin was rehearsing a scene for modern western “Rust” when the revolver he was holding fired. For reasons that have never been explained, the gun was loaded with ball ammunition instead of blanks, and the bullet hit cinematographer Hutchins, who died at the scene.

Investigations have uncovered shocking negligence by the movie’s inexperienced armorer, Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, and rumors that the cast and crew used the prop guns for recreational shooting with live ammo. Although there had allegedly been three previous negligent discharge incidents involving blank ammo, actors took the word of Guitierrez-Reed or other crew members that guns were unloaded instead of checking themselves.

Despite the catalog of accidents and safety violations, Baldwin has always insisted that “The trigger wasn’t pulled… I didn’t pull the trigger.” In fact, the killing weapon was a modern replica of a Colt .45 revolver, manufactured in Italy by Pietta, and it’s fitted with a transfer bar between the hammer and firing pin. It isn’t capable of firing unless the trigger is pulled to the rear, raising the transfer bar. Now the FBI has tested the weapon and found it “could not be made to fire without a pull of the trigger” as long as its working parts were undamaged.

We still don’t know why Alec Baldwin pulled the trigger, but now there’s no doubt that he did.

Should the actor now face a trial to find out the reason for Hutchins’s senseless, unnecessary death?

Copyright 2022, TargetLiberty.org