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CULLMAN, AL (WAFF) -
The Cullman County man accused of killing his wife shortly after leaving a psychiatric facility will go to trial March 4.
Investigators say Michael Lindsay stabbed Tammy Lindsay to death in March of 2012.
According to investigators, Lindsay was not supposed to leave Walker Baptist Medical Center without a court order. It's still unclear why he was released.
A neighbor found the victim shortly after the stabbing. That neighbor told investigators Michael Lindsay walked back into the house, kissed his wife and said, "This is what she wanted". That witness says Michael Lindsay then began stabbing himself.