Months ago we reported here that Heidemarie Schnitzer not only had been discovered moderating IMDb's Caruso-related forums, she had lost those privileges after this blogger reported her violations of their Terms of Service. Using at least eight different names on IMDb, all of Schnitzer's pseudonyms with the exception of "Dixiebabe" were canceled by IMDb. Caruso's stalker is no longer able to delete those on IMDb who oppose her hate campaign against the actor.
After being reduced to nothing more than a squeaky wheel on IMDb, Schnitzer took over the now defunct Vipix and ran rough shod there for months. Stealing screen names and continuing her non-stop diatribe against David Caruso, Schnitzer went into a tailspin when the owners closed the site.
With last week's front page news that Austria's Judge Guenther Boehler had issued an international warrant for her arrest, Schnitzer again found herself reeling. Schnitzer immediately went to work posting a negative spin on any site that mentioned the story. Most intelligent site Admins saw through Schnitzer's relentless efforts to trash the story especially after checking traffic stats which revealed Schnitzer's posts were originating from a Mexican ISP.
At that point, Schnitzer decided to take matters into her own hands and set out to make TV Guide's CSI Miami forum all her own. For quite some time, Dojo and others have tried in vein to understand why their posts were being summarily deleted; posts that cast a positive stance on David Caruso or his hit TV show, CSI Miami.
After experiencing first hand the exact same frustrations on IMDb, we are informing our readers that it appears that Schnitzer has managed to weasel herself a position as moderator of TV Guide's CSI: Miami forum. With Dave Flores' departure earlier this year, a chink in TV Guide's otherwise impenetrable armor was created.
Schnitzer seized on an opportunity to exercise dominance at TV Guide. We don't yet know how she did it, but we are certain that she prevailed upon TPTB who granted her request to moderate the CSI Miami forum. It is clear that TV Guide's own administrators are not behind the ceaseless deletions which only occur when Schnitzer herself is on-line. If TV Guide only wanted one point of view, opposing viewpoints would have had their screen names canceled and i.p. addresses banned long ago. Something Schnitzer is currently unable to do.
If and when this situation is resolved, Schnitzer will be on the prowl for a new Board to spam. That is if she has enough time to locate a new one before Mexican law enforcement cuff her and haul her in pursuant to Judge Boehler's latest warrant.