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Ten months after filming Rust, Alec Baldwin says he still thinks about it every day.

Chloe Melas, CNN

(CNN)Alec Baldwin, not I don't think he or anyone else will face criminal charges in last year's fatal shooting on the "Rust" movie set.

Santa Fe Sheriff's Office Prosecutors, awaiting an investigative report from the Court of Appeals, will review evidence in the film's Old West shooting outside Santa Fe, New Mexico, on October 21, 2021, to determine whether to file charges. increase. While Baldwin and his crew were rehearsing a scene in a rustic church, a prop gun in an actor's hand was fired, killing cinematographer Halina Hutchins and injuring director Joel Sousa. did.

This tragic investigation focuses on how the live ammunition took place on the film set.

In an interview with CNN, Baldwin blamed the tragedy on Hannah Gutierrez Reid, who was the weapons and props assistant on the film, and his director Dave Halls, the assistant who gave him the gun. said there is. Gutierrez Reed and Halls, through their respective attorneys, accused Baldwin of shifting the blame to others.

"You should have known someone put live ammunition in the gun," said Baldwin. "That was [Gutierrez Reed's] job. Her job was to go through the ammunition and insert dummy or empty rounds. There weren't to be any real rounds in the set.

"There are two people who didn't do what they should have done," he added. Hell. I don't want that, but I want people to know that these two people are responsible for what happened.

Gutierrez Reid told Halls to warn her when Baldwin arrived, according to an administrative complaint filed earlier this month by the New Mexico Department of Environmental Occupational Health. Baldwin was able to do a safety check on his firearm. Mr. Baldwin arrived." Instead, Halls handed the revolver directly to Baldwin, the complaint states.

Why did Halls disobey her?” continued Baldwin. why didn't he check? Why did he tell the crew [it was a cold gun]?" Last FBI report released

In January, Gutierrez Reed sued the film's gun and ammunition suppliers, claiming the PDQ Arm and Propaganda , LLC. and its founder Seth Kenney. Violations of business practices, false and deceptive product labels, and false and material misrepresentations.

Kenny's attorney finally submitted a response. We believe we mixed it with a blank bullet,” Gutierrez Reed, a lawyer for Jason Bowles, said in a statement to CNN. “We again asked the Santa Fe County Sheriff's Office and the FBI to test the live round's fingerprints and DNA to see where the live round came from. The full truth of what happened.”

CNN reached out to the Santa Fe County Sheriff's Office for comment.

"We do not agree with Mr. Baldwin's attempts to pass the blame onto others. He is not the one to decide or share responsibility," Bowles added.

In a statement, Halls' attorney said Baldwin was trying to shift the blame. "Halls is not responsible. Everyone needs to stop. People don't want to be held accountable for being wrong, so Halls." Halls is a scapegoat, people need to see the evidence.”

Baldwin pulled the hammer back as far as he could without uncocking the gun, then released the hammer. has repeatedly said he didn't pull the trigger. According to his newly released FBI forensic report, fire the weapon unless the trigger is pulled while the gun is cocked while the FBI is testing normal functionality. I couldn't. According to reports, the gun eventually malfunctioned during an FBI test after an internal component was damaged, causing the gun to fire without the trigger being pulled. He told CNN on Sunday that the FBI's report was "misunderstood."

"When Alec Baldwin showed up for filming on that tragic day, that gun, that church, or that one." There was no single reason in the world to think there was live ammunition even on land," Nikas told CNN in a subsequent interview on Thursday.

"I don't want to see anyone suffer."

Over the past 10 months, Baldwin says he reenacted the events that led to the fatal shooting. While waiting for Santa Fe County prosecutors to release his findings, Baldwin says he has taken matters into his own hands.

"He hired a private investigator," he said.

Based on what his private investigator reported to him, Baldwin said he did not believe he would face criminal charges.

"I'm sure neither of them will ever work on a movie set again," he said. "I truly believe. [Investigators] would say this was an accident. It's tragic."

Baldwin added that he did not want to "blame" Gutierrez Reed.

"So maybe it's the Catholic in me," said Baldwin. "I have the urge to say I don't want to see someone suffer. I don't want to sit there and say go get her and blame her."

"She died, that's the worst thing."

Filming on "Rust" ended after filming. Baldwin has said that he went to great lengths to complete the film'sshootingin order to provide potential earnings for Hutchins' husband, Matthew Hutchins, and their son. 78}

"People talk about finishing a movie in Halina's honor, and I'm all for that. That's what I wanted to include," Baldwin told CNN. 'son.

Baldwin has lost five jobs since filming 'The Last' and is expecting his seventh child this fall with wife Hilaria. He said he would have been there.

"I got fired from another job yesterday," he said. "I was ready to go to the movies and jump on the plane. I've been talking to them for months and yesterday they told me they didn't want to do a movie with you. Here's why.

Baldwin is also concerned for his personal safety after former President Donald Trump publicly said he believed the actor deliberately killed Hutchins. It is said that

Baldwin says it's that kind of stress that "took years out of my life."

"People who don't know the facts are attacking me," he says, believing his family's support keeps him going.

"Wife Without her, I don't know where I would be now.If it wasn't for her, I probably would have quit, retired, left home and been sold.Everything I owned Got a home in a secluded area and, you know, found something else to sell the property.'

Baldwin returned to film and television. However, he says he will no longer handle real guns. Filmmakers these days can use digital effects to create realistic guns on screen, he says.

Baldwin also says that every day goes by without thinking about Hutchins and the events of the day.

"Everyone adored her as a person," said Baldwin, praising her Hutchins for her talent and personality.

"Her death was the worst thing of all. Someone died. It was avoidable. It was so unnecessary," he said. "Every day of my life I think about it."

Correction: This article accurately reflects Seth Kenney's response to Hannah Gutierrez Reed's allegations in a lawsuit. It has been corrected as follows.