Friday, May 16, 2008
As mentioned here yesterday, Gabriele Huber remains a fugitive from justice after fleeing a month ago. Armed and considered very dangerous, Huber is hunting down David Caruso in what could ultimately be a tragic confrontation. For the last seven to ten days Huber's daily Internet time had been increasing. However, the last couple of days has seen another significant drop in her on-line time. As evidenced by her hits to this blog, Huber undoubtedly is on the move again.
While on the lam, Huber has availed herself of numerous proxy servers in an ongoing feat to disguise her location. One of her latest proxies is a free service provided by UnBlockByPass.com which allows Gabriele to read this blog multiple times a day thinking she is cloaked in anonymity. For those who follow Gabriele's Internet obsession with David Caruso, this is particularly interesting when you consider how often Huber claims on multiple Boards and Forums that she knows nothing about Gabriele Huber. In a futile effort to deflect attention away from herself, Huber accuses others, including this blogger, of being Gabriele Huber. The fact that Huber is lying is lost on no one. Given the number of times she reads this blog only proves once again that Gabriele(whose pseudonyms include Vixen, Dixiebabe and Horatiolover, et al) is indeed the same woman wanted for stalking and threatening to murder David Caruso.
In the meantime, Austria's Federal Investigation Bureau the Bundeskriminalamt appears to be sitting this one out. Either that, or as suggested in an earlier piece, Huber's lawyer has negotiated some type of plea deal allowing Gabriele to dictate the terms of her surrender. For the Austrians, this case just doesn't have the urgency and/or priority needed to focus a large amount of manpower. In Josef Fritzl's case, it took the Austrians 24 years to bring him in. So, what's the hurry with Gabriele?
If anyone has any information on Gabriele Huber, do not attempt to apprehend her yourself. She is armed and considered to be extremely dangerous. Please contact your local FBI or Austria's Bundeskriminalamt at +43-(0)1-531 26-0.