Exciting Confessions of a “Rust” Gun Maker
This looks like a case of Lieutenant Columbo! Hana Gutierrez Reed, 24, claims to have checked the revolver Baldwin fired, but she doesn’t know how much live ammunition ended up in the barrel. “Who put her there and why is that the most important question,” she said in a statement released Wednesday evening.
A movie tragedy occurred outside of Santa Fe, New Mexico, on October 21. Actor Alec Baldwin shot cinematographer Halina Hutchins, 42, with a gun, and injured film director Joel Souse, 48.
In a statement on Wednesday, we read that Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, the daughter of one of the most famous cinematic armor makers in the United States, not only checked the barrel of the pistol herself before releasing the gun to the actor, but also showed the gun properly loaded to the assistant. Director David Holz (50). “No one expects or believes that anyone will carry live ammunition here,” the statement said.
However, investigators at the Santa Fe Police Office found live ammunition in the kit, in which a total of 500 different cartridges, mostly fake and blanks, were seized. Film industry experts point out that such ammunition should never reach the set.
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