Apparently, a grieving wife wasn't convinced her husband was dead after he reportedly drowned. Her suspicions might be right. He appears to have faked his own death, a scheme with which his son (from a previous relationship) was allegedly involved in helping plan. The point was to take advantage of his life insurance. All I could think as I learned about this fraud is how could a husband do that to his wife? Yes, his behavior is awful. Stealing is wrong. But that seems like nothing compared to the anguish and sadness that he must have caused his wife and anyone else who loved him and thought he was really dead. Talk about a breakdown in trust. It seems like an awfully big price to pay for any amount of insurance. What do you think should happen to this man now?