Skate..lolAgree, but so many questions. No doubt he'll skate, but what the eff? I've read some things that make him the producer, and therefore legally responsible?
There’s definitely a story here, accident or otherwise. I don’t understand how someone cheers “KARMA” in response.There is no story here, to be had. It was an incredibly unfortunate accident.
But you can quickly see how gross people will try to pervert it, by taking a look two posts above.
Thats your reaction to a death and someone else being hurt, plus the mental anguish endured by those who witnessed it.
Many on your side are cheering the deaths of the unvaccinated.Thats your reaction to a death and someone else being hurt, plus the mental anguish endured by those who witnessed it.
I’ve seen shooting victims in person including checking one for a pulse and it’s nothing to celebrate/mock/be flippant about - improve your best please.
Manslaughter is the unlawful killing of a human being without malice
Homicide is excusable in the following cases:
A. when committed by accident or misfortune in doing any lawful act, by lawful means, with usual and ordinary caution and without any unlawful intent
endangering the safety of another by handling or using a firearm or other deadly weapon in a negligent manner
To answer, he was possibly pointing at the camera, which a person was behind.new mexico criminal code is actually pretty cut and dry when it comes to homicide. there is no criminally negligent homicide. and only murder in the first degree, second degree and manslaughter. i don't think murder fits.
however, there is something called excusable homicide:
new mexico law is actually pretty based for a blue state. guess that is a by product of its western history.
the only statute that i think might fit (on a quick search) is negligent use of a deadly weapon:
negligent use of a deadly weapon is a petty misdemeanor, i could definitely see law enforcement declining to charge this. i definitely do not see the DA pursuing this charge against a high profile actor. if it does just turn out to be a horrible accident, then it is a moot point. however, i am betting there will be a hefty chunk of change being paid either in civil court or as a settlement.
my questions would be 1.was he pointing the gun at a non-actor recklessly? (i can understand him pointing a gun at an actor while acting, it is harder to imagine why he would be pointing it at the director of photography) 2. what is the mens rea? is it reasonable for an actor to believe that a gun being used on set would not contain live rounds?
it is going to come down to a couple things. first and foremost, how did live rounds get in the gun? how did live rounds even get on a movie set that is using blanks? was baldwin being negligent and/or messing around with a gun that he should not have been, or was he pointing the gun in the direction that he was directed to and the non-actors just happened to be in the line of fire (stupid practice, but when most of hollywood is so anti-gun, they probably do not understand proper gun handling).
The distinction is an accident versus a willful disregard for personal and public health, a willingness to endanger others, abuse of others for valuing public health and massive use of public resources after mocking the whole pandemic threat.Many on your side are cheering the deaths of the unvaccinated.
Please save any moral outrage.
The distinction is an accident versus a willful disregard for personal and public health, a willingness to endanger others, abuse of others for valuing public health and massive use of public resources after mocking the whole pandemic threat.
The people cheering are the ones who are seeking to destroy those who are trying to hold what's left of our system together.
Nope.It was a live round in the gun