‘Destroyed’: Alec Baldwin’s Lawyer Fights ‘Rust’ Shooting Charge with Stunning Firearm Claim
Alec Baldwin’s lawyer claimed the firearm used in the “Rust” movie set shooting that killed Halyna Hutchins was destroyed by authorities. Prosecutors were quick to deny the claim, saying the gun was not “destroyed,” but rather “damaged.” The famed actor still faces one count of involuntary manslaughter, a fourth-degree felony that carries a sentence of 18 months in prison. The Law&Crime Network’s Jesse Weber breaks down the claim and what’s next for Baldwin with criminal defense attorney Randy Zelin.
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