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New twist in the issue relating to the incident that occurred during the shooting of the film Rust, starring Alec Baldwin, which cost the life of director of photography Halyna Hutchins killed by a shot from a gun held by the American actor.

The New Mexico County Sheriff's Office has released a series of videos related to the episode, and in one of them Baldwin is seen pulling out his gun and pointing it at the camera rehearsing the scene to be shot. The images show the woman's first aid and police interrogations.

The investigation also ended up with a test footage recorded on set with Baldwin in costume practicing a quick maneuver with a pistol. On the day of the accident, the actor was inside a small church when, pointing the weapon at the director of photography, caused the latter's death and the wounding of director Joel Souza.

JD Miles wrote on Twitter, sharing the video: "The Santa Fe County Sheriff's Office has released evidence related to the deadly shooting on Rust movie set in New Mexico last year. Included is this clip of the scene where the film's cinematographer was killed by a gun in Alec Baldwin's hands."

Last on Rust issue

Incredible news from the American media: Alec Baldwin would like to complete the filming of Rust after the accident that resulted in the death of director of photography Halyna Hutchins, who was hit by a bullet from a gun that was holding the US movie star in the hand.

New York Times said Baldwin is attempting to urge the rest of the cast and crew to finish the film to honor Halyna Hutchins' memory. The project also plans to support the woman's son and widower through the film's profits.

On 21 October, the actor had fired a shot with a prop gun during rehearsals for a shoot. The shot from the weapon, as mentioned, killed the director of photography Halyna Hutchins and injured the director of the film Joel Souza.

Baldwin has always stated that assistant director Dave Halls told him the gun was blanks. Alec Baldwin had already entered a maelstrom of investigation and controversy over the death of the director of photography of his film Rust, killed by a bullet from a gun in Baldwin's hand.

Rust director Joel Souza was injured but survived, while Halyna Hutchins died after being flown to the University of New Mexico hospital. During a recent interview with ABC News, Baldwin claimed he did not pull the trigger on the gun that fatally wounded Hutchins, even though he was aiming what he thought was a harmless prop in his direction when he fired.

during rehearsals for the film. Investigators examined the weapon, and said, "You can pull the hammer back without actually pulling the trigger and without actually blocking it. So you pull it halfway back, it doesn't freeze, and then if you let it go, the firing pin can strike. the firing of the bullet."