I was totally appalled when I read the whole story on this. There had already been two "misfires" of a weapon on set, there was a walk out hours before because of safety, they wouldn't even pay for hotel rooms and after those 13 hour days these people had to drive a round trip of 100 miles a day to get to and from the set. But the biggest thing is the fact Alec ignored the most basic of rules with guns...you never assume it's not loaded and you NEVER point it at someone. Period. What a horrible tragedy, and I, for one, hope the producers get shut down and this movie never gets completed. May they lose their money on it.Just for the record...as a 40 plus year Hollywood crew member veteran, I am sickened and horrified by what happened on the Alec Baldwin set.Only ONE thing killed that beautiful young woman. Producer GREED. Trying to squeeze every dime out of the crew who give their all,with 13 hour plus days,sometimes ,often 15 plus hours,6 days a week, all in the name of extra sheckles in the producer's pocket. Disgusting.This is not how things worked when I started..and EXACTLY why , working in the movies as a below-the-line [not actors]crew member is akin to being treated like a dog and why film work has lost it's luster for me. This event exposes that.That woman paid with her life. This situation has deeply affected me.May Halyna rest in peace.