It is an extremely long read (I read it many months ago) but it's definitely interesting. If I remember correctly, these young men worked at some kind of camp or something and there was a garbage dump nearby where the wolves would wait until the garbage was dumped and then go at it. This made them lose most of their fear of humans. The victim decided to go for a walk in the woods (I think he was on lunch break) (and duh!!) and got mauled and eaten to death (although there were many arguments if it was a single bear or a pack of wolves ... I think it was concluded that the wolves had attacked him. The second picture in the article shows a supposed aggressive wolf being egged on by another worker. I have loved wolves all my life and I've been around wolf hybrids and rescued full blooded gray wolves several times. That picture is way too small to tell if the wolf is being aggressive or just turning around to run away. You can't see it well enough and the person in the picture doesn't look too scared). This picture was used as evidence in the civil trial and I call bull on it for the reasons I mentioned above. And either way (if the bear or the wolves attacked and ate first) there were so many wolf prints around the body, they concluded that several wolves fed on his body before he was found.
But like I said, feed animals food where humans live/play, and they will lose most of their fear and want more of whatever food they're being fed. And they'll equate the food with humans.