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. She is armed and considered to be extremely 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.
UPDATE: Digg.com has wisely banned Heidi Schnitzer and the seven or eight aliases she had registered under to promote her anti-David Caruso propaganda. Thanks Digg!
So long to Vipix and not a moment too soon. For those unaware, Vipix was a French website maintained by two celebrity photographers who fell under the spell of Heidi Schnitzer, David Caruso's fugitive Austrian stalker. At Schnitzer's unrelenting urging, Sebastian and his partner followed David Caruso around until they got Schnitzer's desperately sought photos. Weeks back however, the owners announced that the site was being closed and no new photos would be published. Unfortunately, the comments section remained open until yesterday and became nothing more than an unmoderated abyss where Schnitzer thrived.
Schnitzer stole screen names, libeled and slandered David Caruso, his family, friends and professional associates. When anyone challenged her, Schnitzer resorted to childish pranks, name calling and posting obscenities with regularity. The forum essentially became Schnitzer's killing field to promote her anti-David Caruso agenda and cast aspersions on anyone who opposed her.
The site is history now and Schnitzer has one less place to defame David Caruso and the bloggers who oppose her. Other Boards and sites have been issued warnings that Schnitzer is lurking in search of a new home; one preferably unmoderated where she can continue her Internet rampage. We will continue to track Schnitzer's movements and post advisories as necessary.