PBS NewsHour

A chilling picture of the Sandy Hook killer's troubled mind

Clip: 12/15/2018 | 5m 49s Video has closed captioning.

Six years since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, a new report from The Hartford Courant paints a chilling picture of the killer, who who struggled with loneliness, disdain for humanity and multiple psychiatric problems. William Brangham talks with reporter Josh Kovner about whether the new revelations could offer lessons for preventing future violence.

Aired: 12/15/18

Rating: NR

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