Alec Baldwin Lost Any Credible Defense When He Violated The First Rule Of Gun Safety

Alec Baldwin Lost Any Credible Defense When He Violated The First Rule Of Gun Safety


News broke Thursday that prosecutors will charge actor Alec Baldwin with two counts of involuntary manslaughter over the shooting of “Rust” cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, 42. In New Mexico where the incident occurred, each count carries a maximum sentence of 18 months in prison, but prosecutors have added a firearm enhancement that mandates five years behind bars.

It is hard to see how Baldwin couldn’t have been charged with at least involuntary manslaughter. The first rule of gun safety is you don’t point a gun a something unless you intend to shoot it. Even if you believe the gun is unloaded, you don’t point it directly at others.

Baldwin didn’t follow basic gun safety when he shot his cinematographer, Hutchins. Anyone who has been to a

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