Janie Pang's secret surveillance of her husband could have cost her her life

Did Janie Louise Pang spy on her hubby Danny Pang?
More than ever, spouses are spying on each other looking for pre-divorce dirt. This topic is a hot one on many divorce blogs. (Check out related articles on this divorce blog here: http://www.divorcesaloon.com/index.php?s=surveillance). Just this week I did a post about divorce in UK and I spoke about how Jimmy Choo’s Tamara Mellon was allegedly secretly video-taped by her spouse http://www.divorcesaloon.com/have-londoners-gone-divorce-mad and more and more people–not just the wealthy–are turning to technology to catch their unfaithful (or what they suspect is unfaithful) spouses in act.
I don’t like this necessarily. Something about it bothers me. But I understand, I guess, why people might resort to that in the times in which we live. But now that the Janie Louise Pang story is getting more press now that her husband Danny Pang is charged with fraud, people are looking at the case with new eyes and I just wonder whether it was the fact that she had a PI on her husband that got her popped off? Apparently she had film of him holding another woman’s hands.
Spouses can react in unpredictable ways when they find out that they have been cased like this. So I guess the takeaway of this post is that if you are doing this, be very careful. I mean, look what happened to Janie.
Oh, and this includes GPS tracking too. Think it over before you do this. The state of Georgia is apparently doing just that. They are considering outlawing GPS tracking. Check out this link from Stephen Worrall’s blog (He’s a Georgia Family Law Attorney): http://www.gafamilylawblog.com/2009/01/georgia-bill-could-ban-gps-tracking.html