GinkgoRecover should be deferred at the top of any spawned goroutine that (may) call `Fail` Since Gomega assertions call fail, you should throw a `defer GinkgoRecover()` at the top of any goroutine that calls out to Gomega

Here's why: Ginkgo's `Fail` method records the failure and then panics to prevent further assertions from running. This panic must be recovered. Ginkgo does this for you if the panic originates in a Ginkgo node (an It, BeforeEach, etc...)

Unfortunately, if a panic originates on a goroutine *launched* from one of these nodes there's no way for Ginkgo to rescue the panic. To do this, you must remember to `defer GinkgoRecover()` at the top of such a goroutine.