Has a list of the names of the chain-of-command that resulted in the hire of the not-so-qualified armorer been made public?
Have they been placed on leave, and all of their interactions with the movie/TV industry frozen pending the investigation into the death of the woman on the movie set?
If a full investigation of the event reveals that the armorer played a major role in the death, will they be permanently black-listed in Hollywood and the mainstream media industry?
Of course the industry wants one, neat scapegoat to hang all of the responsibility on but the armorer did not hire herself.
My impression of Hollywood is that it is primarily motivated by factors other than competence. Physical appearance, whose your daddy, intersectional victimology score, where you went to school and so on. This event is a reminder that competence matters. It should also be a reminder that management is also responsible for outcomes that result from not making competence their foremost criterion.
It is called "An Object Lesson"