- Police continue to gather evidence in the recent Alec Baldwin Rust film shooting that left a cinematographer dead
- The authorities have not shut their door on opening criminal charges, but so far, no one has been arrested
- The case is expected to take time due to the number of people from the crew that have to be interviewed
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Criminal charges are not off the table in the recent accidental shooting of a director of photography at the Rust film set.
As recently reported by Briefly News, movie star Alec Baldwin fatally shot a woman, Halyna Hutchins, a cinematographer working on the said film.
As new evidence continues to be gathered by investigators, it is starting to appear as if it was a matter of when, not if, such an incident would happen.
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Santa Fe Sherrif's Office noted no one had been arrested yet, but the possibility for criminal charges is not being ruled out.
Need for more information
The crew was urged to give more information to help solve the case.
The police noted a lot had been shared on social media and not the authorities, who are desperate for more information regarding the incident.
The cops noted that the case might go on for quite a while, considering the number of people who have to be interviewed and help develop a case that can uphold in court.
According to CNN, the district attorney for Santa Fe County, Mary Carmack-Altwies, said the term "prop gun" was misleading as the weapon used in the incident was a "legit gun".
The investigators want to determine what kind of rounds (bullets) were used and who placed them in the gun used by Alec in the shooting.
Actor says only cameras were protected
In related news, Actor Ian A Hudson revealed that the production team for the Alec Baldwin movie Rust - did not consider actors' safety during the intense shooting scenes.
The actor who plays an outlaw in the anticipated film further revealed that only the expensive cameras had protection.
Hudson, who spoke to TMZ, said that his last scene in the movie was on October 8, which involved a shootout where his character was killed.
He added that he was afraid because there were 20 pistols and two riffles that were unloading blanks, but only cameras had a shield in case of any mishap.
According to the actor, he was standing six feet from the camera, and he was surprised that there was a need to protect the camera on set, despite leaving actors exposed to anything that could go wrong.