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    Quote Originally Posted by sorcerer View Post
    In my very first carry class when the instructor was covering some of the legal stuff on what to do after you have had to discharge your firearm, he said after giving the police your name, every sentence after that is going to cost you $10,000 for your lawyer to attempt to have thrown out when you go to court. Baldwin must be skimping on the lawyers he has hired.
    We don't know what statements he made in the 1st police interview, and whether they have "re-written" it (them) to align with what Alec is saying now.
    Sickening to see him saying he has no remorse (now) in the latest interview, after seeing how distraught he was immediately after it happened.
    Why hasn't he been charged?

    They are feeding us crumbs every few weeks in the hope that the public will forget about it, all this is scripted like a movie, with all the "actors" playing their parts.
    My guess is they will charge some scapegoat in the production company, propose some new laws directed at the movie industry, and leave Alec out of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dustnchips View Post
    Now that he has had time to meet with his lawyers Alec claims that he never pulled the trigger and didn't even have his finger in the trigger guard. You guys that know the SAA colt weigh in.
    I heard the interview. A single action six gun has a light trigger. With the hammer pulled back, it is far too easy to touch off. That being said, it appears that he pulled the hammer back and let go before it was pulled back the whole way. In any event-we all know the rule-you do not point a firearm at anything you are not willing to destroy. I never liked the guy, either as an actor or a person, but he took an innocent life-and that is hard to live with.

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    And yet he criticized George Clooney, another leftist actor type, when George actually was correct. What George said is that when you're given the firearm it is your responsibility to make sure it is indeed "cold". George said he would open the action (doubt if Alec even knows how to do that) check every chamber to make sure it's clear and show people that it's clear. Apparently, according to the interview, that's not Alec Baldwin's job nor his responsibility.

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    Considering that the interview was in New York and featured both Alec and George Suffleupalasss I am shocked that Alec's response wasn't...

    It's TRUMP fault, he did it!!!

    I'm sure it'll (somehow) be Donald's fault at some point before this process finishes.

    Sad thing about all this is that one solid day of basic gun safety and handling training by Alec might have very well have made the difference here.
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    I would like to know where the "Round" will be traced back to? Appears Alec is on a "PR" campaign. This entire ordeal seems like a "MURDER SHE WROTE" episode.

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    You can fan the hammer on a SA revolver but only if the trigger is held down. So there's no way for him to have kept his finger out of the trigger guard and fired the shot unless there's something really wrong with that gun. Well, guess what? They HAVE THE GUN! Now that he's opened his mouth they can test its functions. Either he's telling the truth or he's put himself in a trick box, and I know which way I'm betting.
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    This is what I think is part of his strategy: His defense feeds off the probably widely-held belief that guns are inherently unstable, dangerous, and should be banned or more tightly regulated. Ergo, his circumstance is a drop in the bucket, because if the gun-nut troglodytes weren't so intractable about adopting the reasonable, common sense, innocent-life saving measures that he endorses, there would be no gun violence and thousands and thousands of lives would be saved. Focusing on this single incident is small-picture - there are dangers inherent to movie production - stunt men get hurt, things happen - but what's a single individual when we can save thousands of innocent lives by addressing these inherently dangerous, self-actuating tools of violence. Oh, and the root cause of his freak incident was sabotage or packaging error; not his fault, coulda happened to any professional actor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokuno View Post
    This is what I think is part of his strategy: His defense feeds off the probably widely-held belief that guns are inherently unstable, dangerous, and should be banned or more tightly regulated. Ergo, his circumstance is a drop in the bucket, because if the gun-nut troglodytes weren't so intractable about adopting the reasonable, common sense, innocent-life saving measures that he endorses, there would be no gun violence and thousands and thousands of lives would be saved. Focusing on this single incident is small-picture - there are dangers inherent to movie production - stunt men get hurt, things happen - but what's a single individual when we can save thousands of innocent lives by addressing these inherently dangerous, self-actuating tools of violence. Oh, and the root cause of his freak incident was sabotage or packaging error; not his fault, coulda happened to any professional actor.
    Nailed it
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