Alec Baldwin Trial Triggers More Courthouse Security

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Courthouse Security Bolstered for ‘Rust’ Trial

Alec Baldwin’s trial for the fatal shooting on the “Rust” movie set begins Tuesday … and cops are beefing up security out of precaution, this publication has learned.

Denise Womack-Avila, spokeswoman for the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office, tells this publication … due to the actor being so high-profile, and the amount of media interest in the case, additional deputies will be working the courthouse and the surrounding area to maintain peace and safety.

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She did not go into specifics about what that might look like as far as numbers — that’s a typical precaution for law enforcement, so as not to tip its hand to the media … but it’s clear AB’s presence raises the stakes.


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Alec’s had plenty of contentious interactions with photographers and ordinary citizens attempting to troll him — so, crowd control outside the courthouse, as he enters each day, will be critical.

Womack-Avila also told us media and normies looking to get a spot in the courtroom are not allowed to camp out at the courthouse. They have to follow the daily protocol to be admitted in the morning.

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As this publication previously reported, Alec is already in Santa Fe … the actor was present Monday for a pretrial hearing, sporting a suit and tie with thick black glasses.

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AB is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the shooting death of “Rust” cinematographer Halyna Hutchins in October 2021.

Alec has pled not guilty “Rust” armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed has already been convicted of manslaughter for her role in the incident … though she is appealing her sentence.

The trial kicks off with jury selection — but even before that, cops will be focused on security in and outside the courthouse.

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