this video concerns itself with a manchurian candidate-type scenario. i didn't raise the matter as far as sandy hook goes, but i can tell you that the 60s assassinations bear a strong resemblance to what brown implies here. he even uses the instance of sirhan sirhan.
when things happen, no one can believe that it's anything other than what the news has to say. can you imagine what supertopo gossip would have been like on the evening after jfk was shot? the usual blah-blah-blah. but nowadays it seems a majority of people don't believe lee harvey oswald did it--as though the gallup poll is what determines our national agenda.
I didn't watch the entire thing, but I did manage to catch what I believe to be the points of action (so I don't know if he addresses things other than hypnotism WRT doing actions a person would normally never do).
The moment sirhan sirhan shot RFK, many people thought that S.S. looked hypnotized. The quote in my post above isn't mine, it's from the comments on the video. But it's a natural question, it being such a politically charged subject.
As for JFK, it doesn't appear that hypnosis needed to be involved. Still, that is one crazy magik bullet.
i've always heard that you can't be ordered to do something you consider morally wrong while under hypnosis. what i find interesting about brown's scenario is that the subject requires quite a bit of "engineering" in order to commit the deed. it isn't really "mind control". it's simple hypnosis, but it's used in conjunction with a series of positive reinforcements and establisment of trust in his handlers.