Sunday, August 3, 2008

David Caruso - Heidi's Daughter Cries, "Where's My Mommy?"

This is a photo of Katharina Sophie, the daughter of Heidi Schnitzer. Initially, I had decided not to publish it. Upon further reflection, I think it's critically important for the public and law enforcement authorities in Mexico, the U.S. and the E.U. to know the lengths Schnitzer will go to carry out her death threats against CSI Miami's David Caruso, his daughter Greta Caruso and Liza Marquez.

Katharina is motherless having been abandoned by Schnitzer in pursuit of a life of crime while working the streets of Tijuana, Mexico. For Heidi, who has been diagnosed with "profound personality disorder" it is much more important to focus her life on stalking and threatening to murder three innocent human beings than it is to stay in Austria and be a mother to your child.

All too frequently, Katharina's mother attacks David Caruso's parenting skills subjecting them to scrutiny she has never applied to herself. We read about Caruso using his kids for "photo-ops" and taking vacations without them; all slanderous statements contrived to destroy the actor's reputation. We have to wonder though when was the last time Heidi spent any time with Katharina Sophie, when did she hold the child, kiss her, tuck her into bed or take her out for ice cream.

With a warrant on her head that can be enforced in any member country of the E.U., Schnitzer had to make a tough choice. Stay in Austria and face the music for sending a death threat letter or flee to a non-member country and hide out until the statute of limitations runs for her crime. In the past, extradition was a political means used to return an offending party from one country to another.

In January 2004, a European Arrest Warrant replaced extradition. This new procedure, based on the principle of mutual recognition of judicial decisions, makes the return of an offending party to a member state a simple legal procedure as opposed to a political one. With the exception of Switzerland who does not participate, Schnitzer was forced to flee Europe or run the risk of being arrested in any E.U. country. Had Schnitzer stayed in Austria and paid for her crime, she surely would have been granted visitation privileges with her daughter. It is painfully apparent that Katharina Sophie's needs were never taken into consideration by Schnitzer.

Keep this child in your prayers. The psychological damage that Schnitzer knowingly inflicted on her own flesh and blood is unforgivable.

The U.S. Border Patrol has been placed on high alert with 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 whom a court appointed psychiatrist has diagnosed with profound personality disorder. She is likely armed and is very 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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