Actor Alec Baldwin told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos while he is sad over accidentally killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on a movie set with a prop gun, he does not have any guilt over the incident because he is not responsible.
"No. No. I feel that someone is responsible for what happened and I can’t say who that is, but I know it’s not me," Baldwin said.
"What do we come out of this learning? What changes can be made? This is a one-in-a-billion that someone puts a real bullet in a gun and that never happens," Baldwin added. He wants the official investigation to find out who brought real bullets onto the set.
.@GStephanopoulos: "Do you feel guilt?"— ABC News (@ABC) December 3, 2021
Alec Baldwin: “No. Someone is responsible for what happened and I can’t say who that is, but I know it’s not me.”
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Baldwin further stated he is not worried about being criminally charged over the incident.
Asked by @GStephanopoulos if he worries about being criminally charged, Alec Baldwin says: "I don't. I've been told by people who are in the know...that it's highly unlikely that I would be charged with anything criminally."— ABC News (@ABC) December 3, 2021
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Before the full interview aired on Thursday, ABC News released a teaser where Baldwin said he did not pull the trigger on the revolver but the gun went off anyway. Gun experts say that excuse is highly unlikely.
This is actually a really helpful explanation of what Baldwin was trying to claim last night about the gun he used to shoot #HalynaHutchins pic.twitter.com/NlzM8e4VJX— Nora Neus (@noraneus) December 3, 2021
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