When evidence as plain as day is presented by showing video of the man in question which he filmed himself, and people still claim it's a conspiracy, all I can do is smile and nod. It's like when the man at the bus stop tells me the government is controlling our brains with tiny electrodes, I just smile and nod. I find it's best not to debate him.
I don't know that the man in question is, in fact, Andrew Moulden, just because you say it is. My kids could make (and have made) a better video than the one shown, so I do question that an MD/PhD came up with that one.
Plenty of people post videos on YouTube that spoof, imitate, or otherwise lack a basis in reality.
Since you have not posted any HARD EVIDENCE that Andrew Moulden lost his license, was hospitalized, or believes himself to be the reincarnation of anybody, but have only posted a video that could have been showing anybody, I think it's completely reasonable to question whether the video, in fact, showed Andrew Moulden.
For all I know, you might have some kind of personal grudge against Andrew Moulden, and chose this way to get back at him.
It wouldn't be the first time anyone has done such a thing. There are plenty of SNL and ONN skits on YouTube spoofing political figures, with surprisingly convincingly portrayals. Tina Fey did such a convincing imitation of Sarah Palin, people's opinion of Sarah Palin changed overnight: http://articles.boston.com/2012-03-04/ideas/31118642_1_black-students-white-students-black-kids
Even FOX news was confused: http://www.salon.com/2011/06/06/fos_tine_fey_sarah_palin/
The fact that you are making fun of me for questioning the legitimacy of the video, and comparing me to someone who believes that the government is controlling me via tiny electrodes says a heck of a lot more about you than about me.
I have reported your post.