Below questioning by two investigators, Baldwin items collectively what occurred because the gun went off
Legislation enforcement officers launched a trove of video proof Monday within the ongoing investigation of a deadly October taking pictures of a cinematographer by actor and producer Alec Baldwin on the set of a Western film.
Information recordsdata launched by the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Workplace embody lapel digicam recordings taken by a commanding officer as he arrives at a film-set ranch the place medics are attending to the wounded, with an evacuation helicopter whirring overhead. A seek for the gun results in the film manufacturing’s armorer, who breaks down in tears.
Different movies present investigators as they debriefing Baldwin inside hours of the deadly taking pictures, speaking with him inside a compact workplace — and rehearsal clips that present Baldwin in costume as he practices a quick-draw maneuver with a gun.
In a single video, Baldwin approached a deputy working to tape off the scene and tells him, “I am the person who had the gun within the scene.”
In one other, officers requested Baldwin if he’s “doing OK.”
“No, I’m not really,” he replied.
He tells officers that he is “pleased to remain proper right here and do all the things you want,” and is heard saying his “palms are shaking.”
The paperwork additionally comprise photographs taken by officers on the scene, which included Baldwins dust-covered boots with a drop of blood. In accordance with notes from investigators, the actor’s costume additionally appeared to have blood on them and Baldwin turned these over to authorities.
Santa Fe County Sheriff Adan Mendoza mentioned in a press release that the investigation by his company stays open and ongoing because it awaits the outcomes of ballistics and forensic evaluation from the FBI in addition to research of fingerprint and DNA.