I think you're on to something,my wife does the samething.She has 2 facebook accounts and I'm always finding alias names for her,spelling her name in several different ways.She has lied to me for all of the 29 years we have been married,when she started with the lies I didn't catch on right away but after she stole $25,000 from her employer it became clear she was hiding something.Don't let him know that you're watching him because he will become better at hiding the truth.Remember this one very true fact,when someone lies to you the story will change everytime you ask him about any event you might think is suspicious,when someone is telling the truth the story NEVER changes because it's the TRUTH.When my wife lied to me the story was always different never the same.After digging I found the truth and it wasn't even close to what she was telling me.Remember....the truth NEVER CHANGESView Thread
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