Especially when the police want to speak to you. But we have pseudo-armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed’s attorneys stupidly spouting off themselves.
Speaking on the “Today” show Wednesday, Jason Bowles and Robert Gorence claimed that the bullets their client loaded into the gun on the day of the shooting were taken from a box that was only supposed to contain dummy rounds that were incapable of firing. However, because the ammunition was left unattended from roughly 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. that day, they believe the opportunity was there for a disgruntled crew member to mix a live round into the box.
The idiots just told the world that Gutierrez-Reed was not doing her job; that she was an absolute failure. I’m too tired to run through it all, but read this twitter thread by a person who claims to be a real Hollywood, and certainly seems to know what she is talking about.
Read that, and see if normal, standard, expected armorer procedures would have allowed an uninspected live round to be mixed with blanks, and used.
Dear Defense Attorneys;
Generally speaking, it is not your job to incriminate your client.
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