A Nichols Hills woman told a judge her husband has shown her no remorse for killing their 9-year-old son and should be kept in a mental hospital “where he belongs.”
Mary Wolf wrote to Oklahoma County District Judge Don Deason about her husband, physician Stephen P. Wolf.
The judge has scheduled a hearing Aug. 9 to decide if Stephen Wolf, 52, will be released from a mental
“Nothing that my husband has done since he murdered my son has shown the remorse of a normal human being,” Mary Wolf wrote in the
The doctor was admitted June 8 to the Oklahoma Forensic Center in Vinita. The judge ruled June 3 he was not guilty by reason of insanity of first-degree murder and assault.
A psychologist there has recommended Wolf be conditionally released concluding he is not presently dangerous.
The doctor has a long history of mental illness. He stabbed his son, Tommy, at their $500,000 home shortly before 4 a.m. Nov. 16, 2009. He repeatedly told the Nichols Hills police officer who broke up the attack, “He's got the devil in him,” according to a police affidavit.
His wife suffered cuts to her hands and face.
She has filed for a