Terrell speculates that Baldwin was interviewed to “impress the jury pool and get his version out there.”
Granthshala News contributor Leo Terrell called Alec Baldwin’s interview with George Stephanopoulos on “Hannity” Thursday “a retrospective strike.”
“No one should believe he gave that interview without consulting his lawyers,” Terrell said. “No one should believe that this was not rehearsed. I want to see the raw footage if this interview was basically being done strictly to impress the jury pool and get his version out there. “
Alec Baldwin Claims He Didn’t Pull The Trigger On ‘Rust’ Asked By Sheriff: ‘Guns Just Don’t Go Off’
Outkick founder Clay Travis raised the possibility that Baldwin — “one of the great actors of his generation” — could test a possible future for his role in a cinematographer’s fatal shooting on the set of his film “Rust” in New Mexico last October. may cry during ,
,[I]He can cry over orders when things aren’t really real, I’m sure he can master it for the jury, for the judge, for the prosecutor, for everybody. [whom] Travis said, he must be talking and extremely credible, whether it’s true or not.
In his interview with Stephanopoulos, Baldwin claimed, “If I thought I was responsible, I probably would have killed myself.”
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Terrell replied that Baldwin “has no problem throwing the rest under the bus.” Granthshala News contributor expressed willingness to “see raw footage” of Baldwin’s interview “before and after tears”[s],
“I want to see if there’s a laugh. So the district attorney, sheriff[‘s] department, get the raw footage of that interview as it’s edited,” he said.
Baldwin told Stephanopoulos that he “didn’t pull the trigger” and would “never point a gun at anyone and pull the trigger. Never.”
Travis said, “Whether… That does not mean that he is criminally guilty.”