Lawyers for 'Rust' cinematographer Halyna Hutchins' family released an animation showing how they allege Alec Baldwin fatally shot her
Halyna Hutchins' family lawyers released a video showing how they allege Alec Baldwinshot her.
- The animated video shows the moment the 'Rust' cinematographer was fatally killed.
Lawyers representing the family of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, who was killed last year on the set of the movie "Rust," released an animation detailing their allegations about how Alec Baldwin fatally shot her.
In the animated video, a CGI version of Baldwin sits in a church on the New Mexico set of the movie with four individuals behind the camera.
The video then alleges that Baldwin draws his gun — a Colt .45 revolver — and draws back the hammer, shooting Hutchins. It then shows two individuals helping her as she collapses.
The video also shows animations of texts messages and screenshots of emails, alleging that crew warned safety on the set was a "massive issue."
Later in the video, a narrated voice breaks down the build-up and exact moment where Hutchins was shot, including detailed illustrations of the gun.
The end of the video shows a detailed list with 15 industry standards that the lawyers accuse Baldwin and the "Rust" production of disregarding.
Hutchins' family filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Baldwin, the film's armorer, and other producers over the deadly incident last October.
Hutchins' family attorney Brian Panish told reporters on Tuesday that prior to filing the
"We went to the scene, we assessed the scene with experts and we really dug into what we could," Panish said.
"I think the video explains why Mr. Baldwin and others were responsible and are responsible for safety on the job site and why their reckless conduct and cost-cutting measures led to the death of Halyna Hutchins," Panish said of the October 21 shooting.
Watch the video here:
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