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Nolte: Veteran Prop Master Refused Job on Alec Baldwin Film Due to Safety Concerns

Veteran prop master Neal W. Zoromski says he turned down an offer to work on Alec Baldwin’s film Rust over safety concerns.

With credits going back to 1990, Zoromski told far-left NBC News, “I turned the job opportunity down on Rust because I felt it was completely unsafe.”

To save money, Zoromski said the film’s producers (Baldwin is a credited producer) took two separate jobs — prop master and armorer — and combined them into one job.

“I impressed upon them,” he said, “that there were great concerns about that, and they didn’t really respond to my concerns about that.”

In a separate interview with the far-left L.A. Times, he described Rust as “an accident waiting to happen.”

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