Marzio D’Alessandro: As a private investigator it’s hard to switch off
I’d never thought about being a private investigator before– it happened by chance when I broke up with my ex-partner. I came home from work (I ran my own paving business for 18 years) to find she had left and taken my son with her. I had no idea where they had gone. It was one of the most difficult times of my life.
Rise of the Private Eye
The private investigator of today, however, does not need to just skulk on dimly lit corners. A plethora of sophisticated technology is at their disposal to track their quarry.
In recent weeks we have seen the case of the world’s best paid business woman Elena Ambrosiadou, who allegedly hired a private detective agency to bug her estranged husband Martin Coward’s £2million home and install video cameras. Coward also claims a GPS tracking device was planted in his car.