Mental Health Experts Say He Is Still A Danger To The Public.
SALLISAW — Two state mental-health experts testified Friday that one-time convicted killer Daniel Hawke Fears, now considered not guilty by reason of insanity, should stay in custody because he remains a danger to the public.
Both expressed concerns about what Fears, now 22, might do if he was released free from court-ordered supervision and treatment.
“Water in Tupperware keeps its form,” Oklahoma Forensic Center psychologist Paul Rausch said in Sequoyah County District Court. “Let it out and it loses its form sometimes.”