Prosecutor on the shooting on the set of the movie ‘Rust’: “At this point, everything, including criminal charges, is on the table”

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Mary Carmack-Altwies, the attorney for the county of Santa Fe (USA), said Tuesday in a interview with The New York Times that does not rule out the possibility of filing criminal charges for what happened last week during the filming of the movie ‘Rust’.

“At this point, everything, including criminal charges, is on the table,” Carmack-Altwies stated.

The prosecutor added that currently the investigation has focused on ballistics, to try to determine what bullet was in the weapon and who placed the ammunition there.

He also said that the police have not yet finished questioning the people who were present at the shooting, and that his office could take “weeks, or even months”, to press charges.

According to the judicial officer, the incident is one of the most complicated cases in the county in recent times. “We have difficult cases all the time. But these kinds of complicated cases, with such famous people, no,” the woman explained.

  • Last Thursday, during the filming of the movie ‘Rust’ in the state of New Mexico (USA), the American actor Alec Baldwin operated a prop gun that accidentally killed the cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and wounded filmmaker Joel Souza.
  • Due to the incident, production of ‘Rust’ was suspended, which tells the story of a 13-year-old boy who is forced to fend for himself and take care of his little brother after the death of his parents in Kansas in 1880.

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