With Heidemarie Schnitzer hiding out in a country whose citizenry is predominantly Latin American, The Stalker Chronicles has decided to focus on the fact that one of the three individuals that Schnitzer threatened to murder is a woman of Latin descent, Liza Marquez, the mother of two of David Caruso's children. Schnitzer's now famous death letter pictured below refers to Ms. Marquez as a "butt ugly Latina whore" and threatens her with death.
Why? In Schnitzer's mentally unbalanced state she blamed Ms. Marquez for usurping Caruso's affections she felt rightfully belonged to her. For nearly two years, Schnitzer has slandered, libeled and out and out disparaged Liza Marquez for no other reason than Marquez was of Latin descent. Schnitzer even went so far as to post pornographic comments on the Internet about Liza Marquez's toddler son. Comments so despicable they will not be repeated on this blog.
Schnitzer continues to remain at large in Mexico's Baja region. Does Mexico really want to continue harboring a fugitive who has expressed such hatred for Latin Americans? Given Schnitzer's prejudice for this race of people, it becomes imperative for the Mexican government to hunt down and capture her as quickly as possible. Lives are in danger and a tragedy is at hand if Schnitzer is not found soon. After all, Austrian psychiatrist Dr. Karin Treichl has diagnosed Schnitzer with "severe personality disorder" capable of snapping at any moment.
It's time to act Governor Millan and Werner Druml. The citizens of Mexico are in danger as long as Schnitzer is on the loose. With justice awaiting Schnitzer in Austria, the proverbial ball is now in Mexico's court. Surely Mexico does not want blood on their hands when, as predicted, Schnitzer turns dangerous and commits a heinous crime.
Heidemarie Schnitzer remains a fugitive hiding out in Mexico's Baja region. 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.