The Hunt for Red October and the murdering prop gun.

Submitted by FatesWebb on Sat, 10/23/2021 - 15:52

Remember when we learned about the significance of the film The Hunt for Red October? We were told "you are watching a movie". Well that appears to be true. Consider the following:

  • Alec Baldwin plays Jack Ryan in the film the Hunt for Red October, a movie about a US nuclear submarine team hunting a Russian submarine
  • In the movie, the Russians end up "accidentally" blowing themselves up when they are trying to take down a US Naval ship
  • On Thursday (10/21/21), Alec Baldwin "accidentally" killed a cinematographer on a film set in NM. Live bullets were in the "prop" gun, which should NEVER occur
  • The woman killed is Halyna Hutchins, a Ukrainian born cinematographer who grew up on a soviet submarine base near the Arctic Circle (her father is reportedly soviet military)
  • The submarine base where Halyna grew up is Murmansk
  • The home base for the submarine in The Hunt for Red October is Murmansk
  • The assistant director on Baldwin's film 'Rust' handed Baldwin the "hot" gun with live bullets. His name is Dave Halls.
  • Halls previously worked on the Matrix Reloaded (Red Pill anyone?) and the sequel to The Crow, where Brandon Lee was "accidentally" killed onset by a 'prop' gun in the early 1990s, leading to much stricter arms controls on film sets
  • Dave Halls was also scheduled to play a part in the film "Rust" where the cinematographer was killed. The part: Undertaker
  • Halyna Hutchins' husband is an attorney. He works for the firm Latham & Watkins in Los Angeles
  • Hunter Biden's attorney Chris Clark works for Latham & Watkins
  • Joe Biden appointed Nicholas McQuade, a close associate of Hunter's attorney (also worked for Latham & Watkins) to head up the DOJ's criminal division
  • Michael Sussmann, the Perkins Coie Attorney Indicted by John Durham for lying to the FBI about the Russia Collusion Alfa Bank Story, is represented by Latham & Watkins

Now consider this Q post from Dec 6, 2017 (279):

JARRETT: If there is collusion, it's Hillary-Russia collusion. Not Trump- Russia collusion.

HANNITY: I've been predicting this, Dr. Gorka this massive boomerang for a long time. I've known a lot of this evidence was out there and it was all coming. I've been telling my audience, its coming, and its coming. Now the floodgates are open, if you will.

SEBASTIAN GORKA, DEPUTY ASSISTANT TO PRESIDENT TRUMP: It's the last scene from that great Tom Clancy movie, "The HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER." When the bad submarine commander launch a torpedo it comes back and sinks his own vessel. That is what the Russian collusion story has done for the DNC and for Hillary. Let's stop using the word collusion, because the evidence we now have is about subversion, it's about sabotaging the political process and it's about propaganda. In the cold war, the Soviet Union will be used what was called active measures to undermine our democracy. This is the Democrat Party, the Hillary campaign using active measures to undermine Donald Trump and the Democratic process in America. It's a shocking story.

"The Hunters Become the Hunted"



As the industry grapples with the tragic on-set death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, a picture is emerging of a low-budget film set that was already chaotic before the fatal accident occurred.

Several IATSE crew members on the New Mexico set of the Western “Rust,” where cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was killed Thursday by a prop gun shot by Alec Baldwin, reportedly quit the production because they felt producers were not following safety guidelines, according to numerous reports.

“Rust” began shooting Oct. 6 at Bonanza Creek Ranch near Santa Fe, and crew members had been observing safety problems for several days.

Several crew members walked off the set due to concerns over gun safety procedures, other safety issues and COVID protocols not being followed. The production had also allegedly refused to pay for hotel rooms in pricey Santa Fe, asking some crew members to stay in Albuquerque instead, a one-hour drive from the ranch.

Producers called security on the crew members who submitted their resignations to ask them to leave the location. The fatal shooting is said to have occurred about six hours after the union crew members left. After the accident, a 911 caller was heard telling a crew member they were supposed to check the guns and placing the blame on them, TMZ reported.

Hutchins and the Steadicam operator were the only original crew members who remained in the camera and electrical departments, and the other positions had been replaced with non-union members, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.

A crew member said there had already been other prop gun misfires before Thursday’s fatal accident, the L.A. Times reported.

There have also been social media posts from people identifying themselves as members of the “Rust” crew that claim the production was poorly funded and lacked sufficient oversight.

The “Rust” producers released a statement Friday saying they were not aware of complaints, but would conduct an “internal review” of procedures. “The safety of our cast and crew is the top priority of Rust Productions and everyone associated with the company. Though we were not made aware of any official complaints concerning weapon or prop safety on set, we will be conducting an internal review of our procedures while production is shut down. We will continue to cooperate with the Santa Fe authorities in their investigation and offer mental health services to the cast and crew during this tragic time,” read the statement from Rust Movie Productions LLC.

The New Mexico Occupational Health and Safety Bureau released a statement saying it is investigating the incident. “On Thursday evening, the New Mexico Occupational Health and Safety Bureau (OHSB) learned through the New Mexico Film Office of a workplace fatality and an injury to a second person that occurred during filming on a movie set in Santa Fe County. The production company reported the fatality and injury to OHSB last night, in accordance with workplace safety laws. OHSB is investigating the incident in coordination with law enforcement, the employer, and employees. No additional information will be released at this time, pending completion of the investigation.”