Wednesday, May 7, 2008
Recently published photos of David Caruso in the company of an unnamed woman have Gabriele Huber diverting attention away from the fact that she stalked and threatened to murder David Caruso. For four weeks now, Gabriele has managed to either remain on the lam or her attorney has quietly negotiated her surrender sans media coverage. Gabriele may have even managed a plea bargain and be back out on the streets while awaiting sentencing. How odd that not one word has been written about this story since it happened. Why all the silence? Staying true to their reputation as "the look-away society," the Austrians surely do not want to interfere with Huber's rights as a criminal. Incarcerating Gabriele Huber, who has threatened to murder an American actor and twice fled to avoid prosecution, would be downright unfair and in all likelihood unconstitutional under Austrian law. To hell with David Caruso's rights!
Either way, Huber's truncated hours on the Internet have frustrated her efforts to devote 24/7 to her addiction and obsession with all things David Caruso. Like clockwork, Huber appears on the Internet at the same time every day. Now though, her Internet schedule affords her very little time to slander and libel Caruso. When time allows, Huber delights in obsessive speculation about the new woman's pedigree, occupation, hair and age. In the little time left each day, Huber tries to revive the six month-old HOTMINCE (Hot Miami Night Club Exec.) fabrication that had Caruso and Liza Marquez broken up prior to the birth of their daughter. Does anyone really care?
The more important story asks why the Austrians have been so paralyzed in their efforts to deal with Gabriele Huber. What type of society turns a blind eye when someone threatens to murder another human being? More than likely the same society that gave birth to Josef Fritzl.