• Alec Baldwin could be recharged in court
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  • THIS is what a new investigation assesses

After things seemed to be dying down surrounding the police investigation, it has come out now that Alec Baldwin could be charged again in the fatal 'Rust' shooting as new report claims he actually pulled trigger! Alec Baldwin originally faced charges of involuntary manslaughter, but they were dropped in April, to the outrage of many fans. To this day, the mystery surrounding how a real bullet was fired in the first place is still looming over the production. 

A new investigative report concluded that despite his denials, Baldwin had to pull the trigger of the gun that fired on the set. It all comes down to Baldwin's words versus the production crew. As the film's armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed gears up for her scheduled December trial, her legal team focused on a new report from independent forensic firearm experts. Lucien Haag and Mike Haag, who were commissioned by the prosecution, concluded that Baldwin had to pull the trigger of the gun in order for it to fire. This would put all the liability on the actor himself.

Also interesting:

"Although Alec Baldwin repeatedly denies pulling the trigger, given the tests, findings and observations reported here, the trigger had to be pulled or depressed sufficiently to release the fully cocked or retracted hammer of the evidence revolver," the report, released by Fox News Digital said. "This fatal incident was the consequence of the hammer being manually retracted to its fully rearward and cocked position followed, at some point, by the pull or rearward depression of the trigger."

"The gun and broken sear have been sent to the state’s independent expert for further testing. The charges against Alec Baldwin were dismissed without prejudice because a possible malfunction of the gun significantly effects causation with regard to Baldwin, not with regard to Gutierrez. If it is determined that the gun did not malfunction, charges against Mr. Baldwin will proceed," the documents clarified.

So it all comes down to whether or not the gun was prepared correctly or incorrectly. This means that the case will likely drag on for many more months to come as Baldwin's legal team will insist on the latter. The court of public opinion however remains dubious, with many certain that Baldwin knew what he was doing.

But that would, of course, open up the question of why?