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Without a process to track police misconduct, prosecutors often don’t know when they are relying on testimony from compromised officers, undermining their trials and the trustworthiness of their cases. Prosecutors need to be better informed about which police officers have engaged in misconduct to prevent those officers from being involved in their cases. Unfortunately, most prosecutors don’t track police misconduct in an organized, systematic way. Instead, prosecutors should use their police disclosure lists to identify highly problematic officers and prohibit them from testifying. Prosecutors should also have access to the police disclosure lists in neighboring jurisdictions.
Persons: George Floyd, , Brady, ” “ Giglio, who’ve Organizations: George Floyd Justice, Prosecutors, George, Institute for Innovation, John Jay College of Criminal, Police Locations: Houston, Baltimore, New York,
LOS ANGELES — The assistant director who handed Alec Baldwin the gun that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on a movie set last week had been fired from a film in 2019 after a gun unexpectedly discharged on the set, injuring a crew member, a producer for that film said Monday. The assistant director, Dave Halls, was removed from the set immediately and was fired later, according to the producer. The person returned to production a few days later, the producer said, adding that a new assistant director was hired and the film was completed. Authorities in New Mexico, where the shooting Friday on the set of "Rust" also injured the director, Joel Souza, have not charged anyone. In a statement to NBC News, Goll said Halls did not hold safety meetings or announce when a gun had appeared on the set.
Persons: Alec Baldwin, Halyna Hutchins, Dave Halls, Dave, Joel Souza, Maggie Goll, Goll, Baldwin, Diana Dasrath, Tim Stelloh Organizations: ANGELES, Authorities, NBC News, Blumhouse Television, Hulu, Hollywood Locations: New Mexico, Santa Fe, Los Angeles, Alameda , California
The Senate voted Monday to confirm voting rights advocate Myrna Pérez as a judge on the 2nd U.S. Pérez was confirmed on a 48-43 vote as the country is gripped in a struggle over voting rights. "With the national focus on voting rights now, it's a significant step to elevate Ms. Perez," Schumer said. When she was nominated, Schumer, D-N.Y., praised Pérez as one of the country’s foremost experts on elections and voting rights. She clerked for U.S. District Judge Anita Brody of Eastern Pennsylvania and for appeals Judge Julio Fuentes of the 3rd Circuit.
Persons: Myrna Pérez, Sonia Sotomayor, Pérez, Carlos Bollar, Chuck Schumer, Perez, Schumer, University’s, Joe Biden, Brennan, John Lewis, Myrna Pérez’s, Brian Fallon, , ” Fallon, Anita Brody, Julio Fuentes, Biden, , Nil Sanchez, Thomas Saenz Organizations: U.S, Circuit, Supreme, Hispanic National Bar Association, Center for Justice, Judiciary, Brennan Center for Justice, John Lewis Voting, Republicans, Demand, Yale University, Harvard University, Columbia University, U.S . Postal, New York Times, Alliance, Justice, Senate, American Latino Defense, Educational Fund, NBC, Facebook, Twitter Locations: New, New York , Vermont, Connecticut, New York, Vermont, San Antonio, Eastern Pennsylvania, Mexico
(Hamblin is the author of the book "The Wretched Atom: America's Global Gamble with Peaceful Nuclear Technology.") Most focused on the potential for nuclear explosions to quickly excavate areas for construction projects at lower costs than conventional explosives. Fly the radioactive skiesUS officials also hoped nuclear energy could be used for transportation. Nicknamed the "pan-atomic canal," nuclear explosions would have carved a sea-level waterway through Nicaragua, Panama, or Colombia, per Forbes. Corbis via Getty ImagesFor Hamblin, the concept of "peaceful nuclear explosions" fell out of favor in the mid-70s.
Persons: Jacob Hamblin, Hamblin, Dwight D, Eisenhower, Alex Wellerstein, you've, Dr Leonard Reiffel, Alaska's Cape Thompson, Edward Teller, detonations, Rio, Iran —, , Corbis, Ann Ronan, Wellerstein, Marshall, we're Organizations: Service, US Department of Energy, White, U.S . Department of Energy Office, Scientific, Technology, Atomic Energy, United Nations, IAEA Imagebank, United, UN, US Atomic Energy Commission, Institute of Radiation, Google, NASA, Sputnik, Air Force, U.S . Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration, AEC, of Energy, Popular Mechanics, New York Times, Carryall, Forbes, Atomic Energy Commission, Getty, IAEA Locations: Suez, Nevada, United Nations, New York, Hitachiomiya, Japan, Soviet Union, Alaska's Cape, inconveniently, Israel, Panama, Nicaragua, Colombia, Pacific, Farmington , New Mexico, Rulison , Colorado, Rio Blanco, , Colorado, Iran, Mercury , Nevada, USA, Cuba, Vietnam, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada —, Marshall, Atoll
Cruise ships will be allowed to lift COVID-19 restrictions from mid-January, the CDC said Monday. An order imposing restrictions on cruise ships has been in place since last year. An order issued just under a year ago required strict measures for cruise ships sailing in US waters such as 95% vaccination of passengers. The new version includes modifications, like relaxing the necessary levels of vaccination and ceasing to require CDC messaging in the cruise ships' marketing material, The Washington Post reported. The measure will end the travel ban imposed on numerous countries including Brazil, most of Europe, and the UK.
Persons: Biden Organizations: CDC, Service, Washington Post, of Homeland Security Locations: Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Europe
Navistar must purchase and destroy enough older diesel engines to prevent 10,000 tons of future NOx emissions, the Justice Department said, and forfeit its current NOx credits. Navistar said it had signed "a definitive settlement agreement" with the Justice Department and the EPA. The Justice Department alleged that in 2010, after lower emission standards went into effect, Navistar introduced into commerce 7,749 diesel engines that did not meet the lower emission standards. A U.S. court held that the Navistar engines were in fact model-year 2010 engines and required to be covered by a 2010 certificate demonstrating compliance with the lower emission requirements, the Justice Department said. Navistar's mitigation of NOx emissions must take into consideration "geographic diversity and benefits to communities that are overburdened by air pollution," Starfield added.
Persons: Daniel Becerril, Navistar, Larry Starfield, Starfield, David Shepardson, Leslie Adler, Peter Cooney Organizations: International, Navistar, REUTERS, Navistar International Corp, U.S . Justice Department, Clean, Justice, Volkswagen's, Environmental Protection Agency, United, Justice Department, The Justice Department, Thomson Locations: Escobedo, Monterrey, Mexico, Illinois, United States, U.S
Guns are “not really problematic unless put in the wrong hands,” the rookie armorer on the set of Alec Baldwin’s ill-fated movie “Rust” said last month on a podcast. As the armorer on the set, Gutierrez-Reed was supposed to make sure that the guns being used in “Rust” were secure and safe to use, industry experts have said. Nine spent shell casings and three black revolvers were among the 28 items that were seized from the set, the sheriff’s office said. Baldwin was sitting in a pew on the set of a church and “practicing a cross draw” when the gun went off, according to warrants. “It was a really badass way to start off a really long and cool career, I’m hoping.”
Persons: Alec Baldwin’s, , Hannah Gutierrez, Reed, ” Gutierrez, Alec Baldwin, Halyna Hutchins, Joel Souza, Thell Reed, ’ ”, Gutierrez, Rust, Baldwin, Hutchins, Souza, Reed “, David Halls, , didn’t, Nicolas Cage, I’m Organizations: Police, Swen Studios, Reuters Gutierrez Locations: New Mexico, Santa Fe
Just days after the accidental death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on a movie set, a baseless article shared on social media linked her death to a conspiracy theory about pedophilia among Hollywood elites. “Halyna Hutchins’ next project was documentary on Hollywood pedophile rings,” reads the headline in an article screenshot circulating on Facebook (here) and Instagram (here). Upon searching for the text, Reuters found only one result: an apparent article matching the font and format of the screenshot circulating on social media (here). The screenshot circulating on social media about Halyna Hutchins’ next project stems from a fake news generator website. Read more about our work to fact-check social media posts here .
Persons: Halyna Hutchins, “ Halyna Hutchins ’, , Alec Baldwin, , Hollywood, Baldwin, Hutchins, Halyna Hutchins ’, Read Organizations: Hollywood, Facebook, Reuters Locations: Mexico
The U.S. yield curve resumed steepening as investors continued to unwind curve flattening bets, which suggested a looming rate hike by the Fed. The spread between U.S. 5-year notes and 30-year bonds widened to 91.4 basis points on Monday, from 87.2 basis points late Friday. The U.S. 5-year yield, which reflects Fed tightening, was last down 3.3 basis points at 1.1777%. U.S. yields have come off early highs, with market participants saying short-covering spurred the Treasury rally that caused rates to dip. In other parts of the fixed income sector, the U.S. 5-year inflation breakeven rate, which reflects inflation expectations over the next five years, rose to 2.954%, the highest since at least January 2004.
Persons: Gertrude Chavez, Dreyfuss, Gennadiy Goldberg, Goldberg, Jerome Powell, Lon Erickson, we've, Erickson, Richard Chang, Will Dunham Organizations: Treasury, Federal, Fed, TD Securities, Thornburg Investment Management Locations: U.S, Sante Fe , New Mexico, New York
Alec Baldwin's wife, Hilaria Baldwin, is sending a note of support to the family of late cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. Hutchins, 42, died from injuries sustained last week after Alec Baldwin, 63, fired a prop gun on the New Mexico set of the movie "Rust." Hilaria Baldwin, 37, broke her silence about the tragedy to post a message Monday on Instagram, writing, "My heart is with Halyna. "Holding Halyna, her family and Alec and his family in our hearts," wrote TV journalist and former TODAY co-anchor Katie Couric. Hilaria Baldwin's message comes days after Alec Baldwin issued his own anguished message about Hutchins' tragic death.
Persons: Alec Baldwin's, Hilaria Baldwin, Halyna Hutchins, Hutchins, Alec Baldwin, Joel Souza, Halyna, Alec, It’s, Melanie Griffith, Katie Couric, Leslie Jordan, Baldwin, Matthew Hutchins Organizations: NBC News, Twitter Locations: Mexico, Santa Fe
Hawkish calls during a central bank meeting on Wednesday have risen on increasing fears of the government breaching its spending limit and fanning inflation. One of the most aggressive central banks worldwide, another 100-basis-point hike to 7.25% is expected in Brazil. Petrobras was also boosted by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro reiterating that he was considering the privatization of the state-run oil firm. Oil exporter Colombia's peso rose slightly. The world's top copper producer Chile's currency rose 0.8%, while Chile's IPSA extended gains to a fourth straight session.
Persons: Susan Mathew, Ambar Warrick, Hawkish, Solange Srour, Lucas Vilela, Jair Bolsonaro, Chile's IPSA, Shailesh Kuber, Jonathan Oatis Organizations: Petrobras, Credit Suisse, Oil, Brazil Bovespa, Mexico IPC, Argentina MerVal 89698.84 Locations: Brazil, Stocks, Mexico, China, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Bengaluru
An aerial view of the film set on Bonanza Creek Ranch where Hollywood actor Alec Baldwin fatally shot cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and wounded a director when he discharged a prop gun on the movie set of the film "Rust" in Santa Fe, New Mexico,...moreAn aerial view of the film set on Bonanza Creek Ranch where Hollywood actor Alec Baldwin fatally shot cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and wounded a director when he discharged a prop gun on the movie set of the film "Rust" in Santa Fe, New Mexico, U.S., in this frame grab taken from October 22, 2021 television footage. KOB TV News/Handout via REUTERS NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVES THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. MANDATORY CREDITClose
Persons: Alec Baldwin, Halyna Hutchins Locations: Santa Fe , New Mexico, U.S
Hawkish calls during a central bank meeting on Wednesday have risen on increasing fears of the government breaching its spending limit and fanning inflation. One of the most aggressive central banks worldwide, another 100 basis points hike to 7.25% is expected. Crude and copper prices jumped on tight supply, while iron ore prices recovered after a sell-off. Oil exporter Colombia's peso rose 0.2%, while gains in Mexico's peso was limited by data showing the country's economic growth decelerated in August. Stocks in Mexico broke a five-session losing run to gain 0.2%, while Chile's IPSA extended gains to a fourth straight session.
Persons: Susan Mathew, ructions, Hawkish, Solange Srour, Lucas Vilela, Chile's IPSA, Tayyip Erdogan, Shailesh Kuber Organizations: Credit Suisse, Oil, Petrobras, Anadolu, Brazil Bovespa, Mexico IPC Locations: Brazil, Mexico's, Latam . Stocks, Mexico, China, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Bengaluru
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. President Joe Biden on Monday signed an order imposing new vaccine requirements for most foreign national air travelers and lifting severe travel restrictions on China, India and much of Europe effective Nov. 8, the White House said. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/File PhotoThe extraordinary U.S. travel restrictions were first imposed in early 2020 to address the spread of COVID-19. The Biden administration also detailed requirements airlines must follow to confirm foreign travelers have been vaccinated before boarding U.S.-bound flights. The attestation form here notes it is a crime for air travelers lie about vaccination status. International air travelers will need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within three days prior to departure.
Persons: Joe Biden, Kevin Lamarque, ” Biden’s, Ned Price, Biden Organizations: WASHINGTON, Reagan National Airport, REUTERS, White House, , U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, CDC, World Health Organization, Sputnik, Transportation Security Administration Locations: China, India, Europe, Washington , U.S, U.S, COVID, Britain, Ireland, South Africa, Iran, Brazil, United States, Nigeria, Egypt, Algeria, Armenia, Myanmar, Iraq, Nicaragua, Senegal, Uganda, Libya, Ethiopia, Zambia, Congo, Kenya, Yemen, Haiti, Chad, Madagascar, Mexico, inoculate
Secretly, for 10 hours in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, this past March, Kim Kardashian West and her Skims team met with fashion designer Kim Jones and his team from the Italian label Fendi for a marathon fitting session. Kardashian West is the fit model for a just-released collaboration between Fendi and Skims, an undergarments and apparel label she launched in 2019. Cabo offered a convenient location a short flight from Kardashian West’s Southern California hillside estate. “We didn’t even spend the night there,” says Kardashian West, a stickler for efficiency. She flew home to her four children, ages 2 to 8, in time for bed.
Persons: Kim Kardashian, Kim Jones, Kardashian, Cabo, Locations: Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Fendi, California
Witnesses said actor Alec Baldwin was "practicing" with a gun when it went off before filming started on the set of "Rust" in New Mexico, according to new information released Sunday in search warrants. The new information includes previously unreported statements from director Joel Souza and cameraman Reid Russell. Souza said Baldwin had been practicing Thursday when the gun went off, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, 42, and injuring director Joel Souza, 48, according to the latest warrant information. "Joel stated they had Alec sitting in a pew in a church building setting, and he was practicing a cross draw. Baldwin fired the gun after an assistant director yelled, "Cold gun," which indicates a weapon used for filming is generally safe to fire and is loaded with nonlethal ammunition intended for production, according to previous search warrant information.
Persons: Alec Baldwin, Joel Souza, Reid Russell, Souza, Baldwin, Halyna Hutchins, Joel, Alec, Hutchins, Halayna, Russell, Reid, Dave Halls, Maggie Goll Organizations: NBC News, Office, Sunday, NBC Locations: New Mexico, Santa Fe
One of Exxon's key projects is to build CCS hubs in Southeast Asia, similar to one being built in Houston, Texas, ExxonMobil Low Carbon Solutions President Joe Blommaert told Reuters. Melbourne-based Global CCS Institute said in October that global plans to build CCS projects surged 50% over the last nine months. Southeast Asia's industrial CO2 emissions exceeded 4 billion tpy, Blommaert said, citing 2019 data from the International Energy Agency. However, Singapore does not have suitable CO2 storage sites, a recent CCS study commissioned by Singapore government showed. "If you have a very high concentration of carbon dioxide stream that will represent, possibly a lower cost (for CCS)," Blommaert said.
Persons: Loren Elliott, Joe Blommaert, Blommaert, we've, Florence Tan, Christina Bernadette, Sonali Paul, Sabrina Valle, Gary McWilliams, Lincoln Organizations: Exxon, REUTERS, Asia, Exxon Mobil Corp, ExxonMobil, Carbon, Reuters, CCS, International Energy Agency, Global CCS Institute, Singapore International Energy, Singapore Energy Centre, U.S, Saudi Aramco, Thomson Locations: Houston , Texas, U.S, China, India, Asia SINGAPORE, Asia, Southeast Asia, Melbourne, Europe, Gulf, Mexico, Houston, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia, China Fujian, Sinopec, Saudi, Jakarta
Following is a summary of Meiji Yasuda’s investment plan. -- Plan to reduce holdings of foreign sovereign bonds, including currency-hedged ones and those without currency hedge. -- Plan to instead increase investment in foreign credit products with currency hedge to enhance yield. The total foreign bond holdings are expected to rise. -- Expects the dollar to be around 107-114 yen at the end of March, versus 113.74 yen on Monday.
Persons: Meiji Yasuda, Meiji, Yoshimasa Osaki, Hideyuki Sano, Chang, Ran Kim, Rashmi Organizations: Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance, Federal Locations: TOKYO, Mexico , New Zealand, Poland
UN warns world 'way off track' as greenhouse gases soar
  + stars: | 2021-10-25 | by ( Emma Farge | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +2 min
A report by the World Meteorological Organization showed that carbon dioxide levels surged to 413.2 parts per million in 2020, rising more than the average rate over the last decade despite a temporary dip in emissions during COVID-19 lockdowns. "We are way off track," he said. The report confirmed, as expected, that the COVID-19 economic slowdown "did not have any discernible impact on the atmospheric levels of greenhouse gases and their growth rates." It added that early readings showed levels of carbon dioxide, the gas that makes the biggest contribution to warming, continued to rise in 2021. Even if deep emissions cuts are made now, climate scientists say the warming trend will remain intact because past carbon dioxide emissions stay in the atmosphere for centuries.
Persons: Carlos Jasso, Petteri Taalas, Emma Farge, Alexander Smith Organizations: REUTERS, World Meteorological Organization, WMO, Thomson Locations: Mexico City, Mexico, GENEVA, Paris, Glasgow, Scotland, Geneva
To figure that out, scientists at Climate Action Tracker, a research group, regularly scrutinize all the climate and energy policies that countries have enacted worldwide. (That’s a best estimate: the potential range is between 2.1 degrees and 3.9 degrees Celsius.) The United Nations will release its own analysis of global climate efforts Tuesday, though it has reached broadly similar conclusions in the past. Between 2000 and 2010, global emissions rose 3 percent per year on average. It’s not nearly enough for global emissions to peak in the next few years and then decline gradually.
Persons: , , Niklas Höhne, it’s, Trump, Jair Bolsonaro, Andrea Dutton, Biden, Höhne, “ We’re, Joeri Rogelj, Fatih Birol Organizations: United, World Bank, United Nations, NewClimate Institute, European Union, Ford, General Motors, International Energy Agency, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Grantham Institute, Climate, Environment, Imperial College London Locations: gigatonnes, Paris, Glasgow, United Nations, Pacific Northwest, Germany, China, Siberia, Turkey, California, India, Egypt, Indonesia, Brazil, Greenland, West Antarctica, United States, Mexico
Still, the remnants of pepper spray and tear gas continue to plague some officers each time they put on the same riot gear they wore while retaking the Capitol. An unnamed MPD officer told Insider the fire department "came by, and they literally just hosed down all of our gear." Still, the remnants of pepper spray and tear gas continue to plague some officers each time they put on the same riot gear they wore while retaking the Capitol. Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers has repeatedly argued the White House is understating the problem and is fueling further inflation. Currently, being fully vaccinated in the US means a person has either both doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Persons: Phil Rosen, Peter Meijer, Jay Rupert, Rupert, Sen, Ron Johnson, didn't, Johnson, Joe Biden's, State Condoleezza Rice, Rolling Stone, Paul Gosar, Donald Trump, Read, Pelosi, Nancy, Biden, Joe Manchin, Chuck Schumer, Omar al, Bashir, Breitbart, , Joel Kaplan —, Steve Bannon, Kaplan, Janet Yellen, Drew Angerer, Larry Summers, Jae C, Hannah Gutierrez, Reed, Gutierrez, Alec Baldwin's, Baldwin, Halyna Hutchins, Rochelle Walensky, James Michael Tyler, Gunther, Tyler Organizations: iOS, Android, Metropolitan Police Department, Capitol, Lawmakers, Republican, Periodical Press, Pentagon, State, Republican Rep, Washington Post, CNN, Senate, Associated Press, Facebook, Trump White House, New York Times, Daily, for Disease Control, Pfizer, Pew Research Center Locations: Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, West Virginia, Delaware, Sudan, Mexico, Santa Fe , New Mexico, Mississippi, South Carolina, Georgia, California, Hollywood
I'm healthcare editor Leah Rosenbaum, and today in healthcare news:If you're new to this newsletter, sign up here. The FDA is reviewing Pfizer's application to offer its two-dose vaccine to kids in that age group. See the full story>>Dan Mendelson had some reservations before joining JPMorgan's new health venture. Its previous joint health venture, Haven, shut down after three years of struggling to find focus. Check it out>>At least 652 people in 37 states caught salmonella linked to onions imported from part of Mexico.
Persons: Leah Rosenbaum, Let's, Dan Mendelson, Mendelson, Read, Leah Organizations: Insider Healthcare, Pfizer, FDA, Morgan Health, CDC Locations: Haven, Mexico
Hurricane Rick makes landfall on Mexico's Pacific coast
  + stars: | 2021-10-25 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +2 min
People are pictured on a beach as Hurricane Rick edges closer to Mexican coast north of Acapulco, Mexico October 24, 2021. REUTERS/Javier VerdinMEXICO CITY, Oct 25 (Reuters) - The eye of Hurricane Rick came ashore on Mexico's Pacific coast early on Monday, lashing the region with 100 mile-per-hour (MPH) winds and heavy rains that could trigger flash flooding and mudslides, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said. "Rapid weakening is expected today while Rick moves over land, and Rick is forecast to dissipate over the mountainous terrain of southern Mexico tonight or Tuesday," it said. Mexico's civil protection agency told residents in the southern parts of those states to stay indoors as of Sunday evening. Reporting by Anthony Esposito; editing by Barbara LewisOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Rick, Javier Verdin, Lazaro Cardenas, Anthony Esposito, Barbara Lewis Organizations: REUTERS, Javier Verdin MEXICO CITY, U.S, National Hurricane Center, NHC, Televisa News, Thomson Locations: Mexican, Acapulco, Mexico, Javier Verdin MEXICO, Lazaro, Michoacan, Miami, Guerrero, Costa Grande, Colima, Jalisco, Nayarit
To figure that out, scientists at Climate Action Tracker, a research group, regularly scrutinize all the climate and energy policies that countries have enacted worldwide. How Things ImprovedIn 2014, Climate Action Tracker estimated that the world was on track for nearly 4 degrees Celsius of warming by 2100, compared with preindustrial levels. (That’s a best estimate: the potential range is between 2.1 degrees and 3.9 degrees Celsius.) The United Nations will release its own analysis of global climate efforts Tuesday, though it has reached broadly similar conclusions in the past. It’s not nearly enough for global emissions to peak in the next few years and then decline gradually.
Persons: , , Niklas Höhne, it’s, Trump, Jair Bolsonaro, Andrea Dutton, Biden, Höhne, “ We’re, Joeri Rogelj, Fatih Birol Organizations: United, World Bank, United Nations, NewClimate Institute, European Union, Ford, General Motors, International Energy Agency, University of Wisconsin, Madison, World Resources Institute, The, Grantham Institute, Climate, Environment, Imperial College London Locations: gigatonnes, Paris, Glasgow, United Nations, Pacific Northwest, Germany, China, Siberia, Turkey, California, India, Egypt, Indonesia, Brazil, Greenland, West Antarctica, The United States, Mexico, United States
Russell "was not sure why the firearm was discharged and just remembered the loud bang from the firearm," the affidavit says. The armorer who prepared the prop gun used by Baldwin was identified in the search warrant documents as Hannah Gutierrez. A photo of the Hutchins family shared by Matt Hutchins, Halyna Hutchins' husband. In an interview with the Kyiv Post on Friday, Halyna Hutchins' sister Svetlana Androsovych said her family was struggling with grief. People attend a vigil held to honor cinematographer Halyna Hutchins at Albuquerque Civic Plaza on October 23, 2021 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Persons: Alec Baldwin, Joel Souza, Halyna Hutchins, Souza, Baldwin, Hutchins, Reid Russell, Russell, Joel, David Halls, Maggie Goll, Hannah Gutierrez, " Gutierrez, Nicolas Cage, Matthew Hutchins, Matt Hutchins, Svetlana Androsovych, Androsovych, John Lindley, Looper Organizations: CNN, Kyiv, Albuquerque Civic, IATSE, International Alliance, Employees, International Cinematographers, Albuquerque Civic Plaza Locations: Mexico, Santa Fe, Santa Fe , New Mexico, Albuquerque, Albuquerque , New Mexico
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