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In Reply to: RE: Where will Baldwin's blank take us? posted by Ozzie on November 08, 2021 at 11:39:28
Your analogy doesn't work nor does it reflect the law. If you are at a cross walk do you look both ways? Yes.But if you don't and someone comes around the corner at 90 mph and hits you are you legally at fault? No.
Should Baldwin have insisted on inspecting the gun? Obviously in retrospect yes. Was he legally obligated to inspect a gun that was declared cold by the 1st AD? No. It's his option not his legal responsibility. The armorer and the 1st AD should do time. They were the ones who completely ignored and broke protocols.
Good 90 mph strawman. When it comes to person safety forget laws, a little common sense should prevail. When in London always remember to look right before crossing the street. Hopefully you don't need a law to do that.
As far as "legal obligation," I doubt rules on a film set apply as law in court. Again, a little common sense. The rainbow elephant in the room is why the hell did he pick up a gun, aim it at someone, loaded or not, and click the trigger? Someone needs to answer for that.
Forget NRA rules or whatever, you pick up a gun, YOU are responsible from then on. As someone who is diametrically opposed to your, and Gary's, political views will take some enjoyment seeing smart Alec go down. Sad that it was at that girl's expense.
You are making crap up. Do tell us what the on set safty protocols are for handling guns on set if you know so much? Tell us how they apply in court when there is an accident? Time to do a google search right? Cause you don't know do f*** all do ya?
God, why are audiophiles such assholes?
... how this issue is determined in the court has little to do with on set safety measures. This was no accident, it was an irresponsible thing to do by an idiot that did it. Still no answer on why he picked up a gun, loaded or not, aimed and pulled the trigger. Involuntary manslaughter is what he will get. BTW, you seem to have a fixation with assholes.
Bullshit. do your homework. It is very much a matter of safety protocols that have been carefully drawn up between film labor unions and producers. States don't have any laws on the books about gun safety on film sets. They rely on the protocols you obviously don't know f*** all about if you think for one moment that Baldwin is going to do time for this.
You are talking out your ass. You obviously don't **** about those protocols or the laws regarding gun safety.
I am not debating safety protocols on the set with you, dipstick. They are what they are, and I am sure they are valid for the set. FOR THE SET. Law one of gun safety... you pick up a gun, you are responsible for that gun. Maybe that isn't the rule on your set, but it sure as hell will be when old Alec is on trial. You still didn't answer what compelled him to aim the gun at that girl. Oops, my bad. Am I saying that he wanted to harm her? The answer is no, but no reasonable person would pick up a gun and click the trigger. The operative word is reasonable, of which neither of you are.
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