Quite shocked when I saw this story today but also remembered that I was amazed at the photograph when I first saw it and had my own doubts, the picture looked too good.
Tame wolf or not it's a fantastic shot, and there is no proof as yet that it was a 'staged' shot. What happened to the element of doubt, the photographer swears it was not staged.
I saw this on the BBC site yesterday and got more detail from another link...http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/8470962.stmhttp://www.suomenluonto.fi/bbcs-nature-photo-competition-judge-admits-winner-photo-investigated-due-to-fraud-allegations
I never cease to be amazed by the patience and dedication of wildlife photographers and film makers. I don't know if this is normal behaviour for a wolf so can't comment but it seems incredibly unlikely you would get such a shot.
I liked Fergus Gills' yellowhammers photo entered into the competition, see the second image at