Monday, July 14, 2008
It has been a very busy few days for Heidi Schnitzer aka Gabriele Huber, David Caruso's fugitive Austrian stalker. Ever since the above photos of Heidi were published confirming her identity for all the world to see, Heidi has gone into major damage control mode posting hundreds of denials. As we asked last week why would anyone, other than the accused, go to these extraordinary lengths to deny all of this unless she wasn't in fact the stalker? The truth is, no one would with the exception of Heidi Schnitzer, whose diagnosis of "profound personality disorder" contributes to her sense of invincibility. Heidi loves the notoriety and she has decided if she's going down for threatening to murder three people, she's dragging David Caruso's reputation through a path of destruction equal to none.
Remember Scott Peterson? For three months following his wife's disappearance, Peterson couldn't wait to get in front of t.v. cameras and deny his involvement. And when he did, everyone could see he was lying through his teeth. The frustration came waiting for law enforcement to finally nail Peterson after acquiring enough evidence for a certain conviction.
How long will fans of David Caruso have to wait for justice to be served in this case? After Heidi fled the jurisdiction of the Austrian courts in April, 2008, Austrian officials have not focused their limited manpower on a psychopathic stalker. Still reeling from the embarrassment surrounding their handling of the Josef Fritzl debacle, the Bundeskrminalamt is more concerned with re-establishing their reputation as a serious and effective law enforcement agency. Tracking down and incarcerating an Austrian for stalking and threatening to murder American citizens wouldn't be a means to that end.
Heidi Schnitzer aka Gabriele Huber remains at large wanted for threatening to murder David Caruso. She is armed and considered to be extremely dangerous and may be hiding out in Tijuana, Mexico. Do not attempt to apprehend this woman. Contact your local FBI or Austria's Bundeskriminalamt at +43-(0)1-531 26-0.