Monday, August 25, 2008

David Caruso CSI Tijuana - Austrian Blog Publishes Heidi's Photo

It seems Heidi Schnitzer can run, but she can't hide. David Caruso's fugitive Austrian stalker seems to be finding out just how small the world really is. Over the weekend, Marcus J. Oswold from an online Austrian news magazine paid The Stalker Chronicles a visit. When we checked out his site, we found this article about Heidi Schnitzer detailing her stalking and threatening to murder CSI Miami's David Caruso and two other people. This site also published Schnitzer's photo something we mistakenly believed no one in Austria would do.

Our efforts to get the word out about CBS' latest celebrity stalker is paying off in spades with Schnitzer feeling the heat. When you go to this site and read the comments, note that the person posting as "Anna" is none other than Schnitzer trying to divert attention from herself and the fact that she remains on the lam in Tijuana, Mexico avoiding execution of an outstanding arrest warrant.

Schnitzer also spammed CBS' CSI Miami Board as "Keisha 1234" this past weekend proclaiming her innocence. Her pleas have fallen on deaf ears though. As always, The Stalker Chronicles will continue its efforts to keep this story in the news. An Austrian psychiatrist, Karin Treichl, has diagnosed Schnitzer with a severe personality disorder with the potential of becoming dangerous. Schnitzer's threats on the lives of three people make CBS's last celebrity stalker, Margaret Ray, look harmless. "The potential of becoming dangerous" says it all.

The U.S. Border Patrol has been placed on high alert and has photos of Heidi Schnitzer at all check points. For those traveling to the Southern California/Tijuana, Mexico area please be on the look out for Schnitzer. She is likely armed and considered dangerous. Report all suspicious activity to the Border Patrol at 1-800-232-5378. Or contact the local police in Tijuana, the U.S. FBI or Austria's Bundeskriminalamt at +43-(0)1-531 26-0.

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