A month ago, actor Alec Baldwin and film armorer Hannah Guiterrez-Reed were both charged with involuntary manslaughter for the death of Halyna Hutchins. The death occurred accidentally while filming the movie “Rust.” Baldwin fired the gun, thinking it did not have a live bullet. Unfortunately, it did, resulting in the tragic death of Hutchins. New Mexico prosecutors may have a case, but those who experienced a similar tragedy said they may not. Many people are comparing the tragic accident to the filming of The Crow. During the filming, Brandon Lee was also killed by a prop gun. Now, an attorney from that situation is weighing in. According to Fox News, “Brosnahan, who represented the film’s production company and convinced North Carolina District attorneys not to bring a criminal case against his clients, shared his thoughts on the ‘Rust’ charges with Fox News Digital.” Brosnahan says that both sides probably have convincing arguments. He points out that someone died, and that’s important. However, he also points out that Alec Baldwin believed there were blanks in that gun. According to Brosnahan, the chance of someone being handed a gun with a live round in it is very rare. [tweet_embed]February 06, 2023[/tweet_embed] Per Fox News, “‘In the Brandon Lee case, I was able to convince the DA in Wilmington, North Carolina not to indict,’ Brosnahan added. ‘And I think part of it was that these are supposed to be blanks; when they’re not, it’s scarce. And he thought, I think it was a sad, sad case, which of course it is.’” During both instances, someone accidentally shot and died on a movie set. That is the main similarity. On the one hand, Baldwin had no intention of fatally shooting Hutchins that day. However, prosecutors will have a good argument when they point out the rules everyone on the set should follow to prevent that from happening.