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‘Rust’ Ammunition Supplier Accuses Armorer’s Father For Blaming Him

via Law&Crime
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The involuntary manslaughter trial of Hannah Gutierrez-Reed heard testimony from Seth Kenney, the supplier of ammunition and weapons to the Rust film set.

Kenney asserted that after the fatal shooting, the defense attorneys and Gutierrez-Reed’s father tried to shift blame to him as the source of live ammunition.

However, evidence showed the live rounds found on set did not match those from Kenney’s shop.

Kenney described Gutierrez-Reed as unprepared and emotional in texts.

While the defense questioned Kenney’s recollection, he maintained issues with Gutierrez-Reed’s work.

“It’s not that I wanted her fired, she was doing a horrible job at props … I had mixed feelings about it,” Kenney said. “If I really wanted her fired, I could have gotten her fired.”

The trial also heard from a photographer and crime scene technician, while a “set mom” testified about being asked to hold powder for Gutierrez-Reed that she believed was cocaine.

The case against Gutierrez-Reed for involuntary manslaughter and evidence tampering is expected to go to the jury by week’s end.

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