Sunday, October 5, 2008

David Caruso - Hubris: O.J. and Schnitzers' Achilles Heel

Many upon learning that O.J. Simpson had been found guilty by a Nevada jury saw it as long overdue poetic justice. For thirteen years, Simpson has walked as a free man flaunting the fact he beat a system that acquitted him for the 1994 double murder many believe he committed. Even in the midst of his most recent legal troubles, Simpson has comported with his usual "I am not guilty" air. This time however the justice system caught up with him.

Like O.J., David Caruso's fugitive Austrian stalker, Heidi Schnitzer, will ultimately have her comeuppance as well. Schnitzer has always claimed she has not done anything wrong and behaved as if she too is above the law. Skipping out on two court dates and twice fleeing Austria to avoid execution of a European Arrest Warrant have only compounded matters for Schnitzer. Thinking she's safe from the long-arm of EU justice, Schnitzer's guilt is evident if only in the many ostentatious denials she's posted on the Internet.

Schnitzer will eventually slip up either committing the crimes she has threatened or doing something incredibly stupid that will result in her arrest. Grant, thirteen years is a long time to wait for justice, but the families of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman probably are not complaining. It's highly unlikely David Caruso will voice any resentment once Schnitzer is captured.

Heidi Schnitzer remains a fugitive hiding out in Mexico near Tijuana, Ensenada and Rosarito. Schnitzer is armed and considered to be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt to apprehend this woman. Contact the U.S. Border Patrol at 1-800-232-5378 , the FBI at (310) 477-6565 or Austria's Bundeskriminalamt at +43-(0)1-531 26-0.

1 comment:

Lindy said...

Judging by her lack of consistency in opinions and frantic efforts, it will be more likely it will something stupid that leads her to receive her comeuppance. Can't wait to celebrate the day, not of your demise Heidi, but hopefully the beginning of a recovery.

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