Thursday, May 15, 2008
Tomorrow marks the one month anniversary of Gabriele Huber's flight to avoid prosecution on charges she stalked and threatened to murder David Caruso, Greta Caruso and Liza Marquez. Huber continues to hit this blog multiple times a day disguising her location with various proxy servers and stolen wi-fi access. Piggy-backing on other's wireless services seems to be Gabriele's method du jour of accessing the Internet. Guess spider holes don't come with complimentary broadband access necessitating Huber's illegal trolling for an ISP.
I would like to thank Austria's Press and Information Service for their very prompt reply to my e-mail about the Gabriele Huber case. Yesterday, I requested updated information on the Federal Investigation Bureau's(also referred to as Bundeskriminalamt) efforts to capture Gabriele Huber and bring her in to face the music for her crimes. Within minutes I received a response indicating that there had been no updates on the Huber case. The names of several REPUTABLE Austrian news services were suggested for follow-up namely "Kronen Zeitung"and "Kurier". Links to both of these news services will be furnished at the end of this article.
I would like to encourage anyone who has an interest in seeing Gabriele Huber located and brought to justice to e-mail these news outlets and request updated information on the case. If there is enough public outcry that this case has not been resolved, these news services can be very propitious in applying pressure on the right people to bring closure to this matter. Both of these news services by the way have sites that can be easily translated into English. Look for contact information and send them an e-mail. Most professional Austrians are multi-lingual and read and speak English. It's certainly worth this small, but effective effort to rid the Internet of Gabriele and bring some peace for David Caruso and his family.