Thank you!It constitutes negligent homicide. And it matters because the azzbite continuously says the firearm went off by itself and that HE is NOT responsible for the death.
Even in Hollyweird circles, ya don't point a firearm at somebody and pull the trigger. Ya might want to read previous threads on this subject.
Actually in the old thread (?) OR in the regular news that even her husband and business associates said, the SHOT DEAD lady was working with someone or several people with a script, news, interviews and was planning on a FILM about sordid and illegal behavior OVER THE YEARS with a LOT of famous people in and out of show business. LOTS of BIG names there.
This reminds me of HILLARY (Spit!) and her, "What difference does it make?", in her comments about the dead people on her watch and in many OTHER ISSUES.I haven't kept up at all on the whole thing, but does it even matter? If an actor was told and believed it was a cold gun and he pulled the trigger or not, it wouldn't constitute willfull discharge of a firearm or intent to murder... would it?
Long thread:There was 1 thread (If not 2 other threads?) about this AB shooting some time ago when it first came out with some updates a long time ago. The one thread was really LONG.
The one LONG thread with TONS of GOOD information in it was moved/shut down (?) and I do not know where the other one is now IF there was a second one. I think that there was a second one.
Anyway, I QUOTED the LINK in my original post.
I did not personally 'write' the quote about the 'FBI' and so forth just in case some of you may be confused or ticked off that I put up this new update whether it is about AB or the FBI or BOTH of them.
So those of you who put my name by the news link's partial amount of WORDS and left out the rest of the news link details - I just quoted what the LINK said from the GITGO and stated that there was MORE ON THE LINK.
I did it that way since I am NOT allowed to put up the entire news article due to THIS forum's rules.
Plus some news agencies - news links 'official laws' in posting/pasting changed several years ago for all forums/boards.
TONS of news agencies have fair use laws and some of them do not with a lot of middle area in between them too.
The deaths and tragedy obviously matter. My comment was directed more toward responsibility and intent. If it was part of the script to be pointing the gun in a certain direction and he was told and believed it to be a cold gun, even if he pulled the trigger, it doesn't seem to indicate any premeditation or intent to cause bodily harm.... (?)This reminds me of HILLARY (Spit!) and her, "What difference does it make?", in her comments about the dead people on her watch and in many OTHER ISSUES.
NO offense to you.
I'm sure we all do under normal firearm handling situations.I check every gun handed to me and every gun I hand someone.
That's not how movie sets work, it's on the armourer to make sure it's loaded correctly and with the right number of blanks/ dummies in the right positions. In this case it's unclear if the armourer was involved in declaring the gun cold. It still falls to Baldwin as he was the producer but with civil not criminal prosecution.I check every gun handed to me and every gun I hand someone. If this fool would have checked for live rounds he wouldn’t have killed the woman. He should swing from a rope, get the chair or the firing squad. No prison, why should taxpayers money be wasted on this POS.
There is plenty of blame to go around on that production site.I dunno what that guys personal level of firearm understanding is, but I can see where it might quickly get a little cloudy about who is actually responsible for what in that shooting.
Rule #1... Treat every gun as if it was loaded.I haven't kept up at all on the whole thing, but does it even matter? If an actor was told and believed it was a cold gun and he pulled the trigger or not, it wouldn't constitute willfull discharge of a firearm or intent to murder... would it?