Just in time for Halloween, spooky links have surfaced between the Alec Baldwin “accidental” shooting and John Durham’s most recent round of indictments. The actor obviously pulled the trigger, on camera, in front of witnesses. Even so, what happened next wasn’t his fault and everybody knows it. He was specifically told the gun was “cold” and had no reason to think otherwise. Someone so bad at their job that this could happen in the first place is shocking to consider, but it’s overshadowed by a curious coincidence surrounding the victim.
Baldwin set up
The alleged, unofficial, and only for fun “Clinton Body Count” ticked up another one, thanks to Alec Baldwin. You can pencil in Halyna Hutchins, wife of Matt Hutchins, famous in song and story as a corporate lawyer with Latham & Watkins. The firm lists such prestigious clients as recent Durham indictee, Clinton attorney Michael Sussmann.
Nobody has a clue why anyone would want the cinematographer whacked but you can be sure her lawyer husband won’t be in the office or have his mind on his work for a while.
Mrs. Hutchins died tragically, gutshot through the stomach on Thursday, October 21, when the “prop gun” that Baldwin was rehearsing with blasted out a live round.
It went through the camera operator and wounded the producer standing behind her. Karmically, the movie “Rust” is a Western being filmed in New Mexico about the ramifications when a gun accidentally discharges.
As all eyes are glued to the case because it involves such a high profile actor as Baldwin, so it didn’t take long for the link between Hutchins and “ongoing special counsel investigations into the anti-Trump Russia probe that is being led by John Durham” to surface.
Reuters was first to break the news that “the husband of Halyna Hutchins is a corporate lawyer in Latham & Watkins’ Los Angeles office.”
Raised on Soviet base
The firm, in turn, represents “Hillary Clinton connected lawyer Michael Sussmann.” Adding a little more Halloween spookiness to the scene, 42-year-old Halyna “was originally from Ukraine and grew up on a Soviet military base in the Arctic Circle.” Alec Baldwin probably didn’t know any of that when he shot her.
He was the perfect patsy with the perfect alibi and no reason to want to hurt anybody. How the live bullet got into the gun in his hand is the big question. There are enough accusations of negligence flying around it looks like a blizzard and means nobody in particular will take the final blame. Especially not the Clintons.
The Assistant director Dave Halls “grabbed the gun from the cart and brought it inside to Baldwin, unaware that it was loaded with live rounds.” He claims he never looked to be sure but he was supposed to.
That particular gun “was one of three that the film’s armorer, Hannah Gutierrez, had set on a cart outside the wooden structure where a scene was being acted.” She isn’t saying a single word to anybody.
Actors and actresses on the set have been buzzing like bees and TMZ relates they already have the plausible deniability mill working overtime. Multiple “sources connected to the set of Rust” concur that “the same Colt pistol” fired by Baldwin had been used recreationally by crew members for ‘target practice.'”
After all, there isn’t much to do in the New Mexican desert. “crew members would go off for target practice using real bullets, and some believe a live round from those practice sessions found its way onto the set.” You don’t say. All just a little too convenient.