Saturday, August 23, 2008
Friday, August 22, 2008
In the 90's, CBS' David Letterman unwittingly became the victim of a celebrity stalker. Although Letterman's stalker Margaret Mary Ray suffered from schizophrenia, her stalking amounted to nothing more than annoying exploits in harassment. Ten years later, CBS again finds one of their own hounded by a stalker. For the last two years, CSI Miami's David Caruso has been physically and mentally stalked by a deranged Austrian woman, Heidemarie Schnitzer. Karin Treichl, her court-appointed psychiatrist, has diagnosed Schnitzer as suffering from a profound personality disorder capable of becoming dangerous.
The differences between Ray and Schnitzer are alarming. Letterman's stalker convinced herself she was romantically involved with the star and repeatedly broke into his home, stole his car and even camped out on his tennis court at one point. Heidemarie Schnitzer, on the other hand, has written a letter to David Caruso threatening to murder him and Liza Marquez stating that she (Schnitzer) would start by murdering Caruso's grown daughter, Greta.
Schnitzer went off the deep end when she demanded and never received an autograph from David Caruso. Schnitzer then mailed Caruso a death threat in care of CBS Studios. Unlike Ray, Schnitzer has employed the Internet not only as an offensive weapon to defame and slander Caruso, but to thumb her nose at authorities who have not been able to capture her while she remains on the lam in Mexico.
Yesterday, in yet another act of desperation, Schnitzer stole another blogger's name and used it to post lies and innuendo on this site. Anyone familiar with the blogger in question knows she would never promote gossip especially on another site. Because Schnitzer's personality disorder has progressed into the advanced stages, the Internet has become fraught with evidence that she'll stop at nothing to save her own skin.
Two years ago, Schnitzer had the Internet virtually to herself to wage a personal war against Caruso. Now however, the tide has turned and Schnitzer has gone on a rampage against those of us who have exposed her.
When compared to Letterman's stalker, Heidemarie Schnitzer is Margaret Mary Ray on steroids. Schnitzer's antics, including boasting on websites about crossing into the U.S. to carry out her death threats against David Caruso, make Ray's pranks look like the stuff of an infatuated school girl. With Schnitzer lying in wait in Tijuana minutes south of the California/Mexico border, officials are privately concerned about the grave implications she poses should she succeed in crossing undetected into the U.S.
Schnitzer's all out efforts to discredit this blog and any that expose her are symptoms of extreme mental illness. Stealing other's names to promote her sick agenda against David Caruso is a cry for help. Is Schnitzer desperate enough to commit murder? Does anyone really want to find out?
The U.S. Border Patrol has been placed on high alert and has 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 Heidi Schnitzer. 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.
Thursday, August 21, 2008
Early last week, Heidi Schnitzer's Internet hours increased dramatically. Informed sources now tell us that Tijuana's Adelita Bar issued Heidi her walking papers after receiving numerous complaints. Loyal patrons reportedly required several visits to local area clinics for penicillin treatments after availing themselves of Schnitzer's "services." Narrowly averting an epidemic of STDs, the Adelita Bar acted swiftly relieving Schnitzer of all duties.
Schnitzer's loss of employment couldn't have happened at a worst possible time. With her plans to illegally enter the U.S. hanging in the balance, Schnitzer may be forced to postpone her attempt. Complicating matters is the sizable deposit Schnitzer paid a human trafficker as down payment for aid in crossing into the U.S. Final payment for border crossing services would have been due prior to the actual attempt. Schnitzer now finds herself penniless faced with the prospect of postponing the crossing and losing her non-refundable deposit.
Schnitzer's entrepreneurial skills will be sorely tested in the upcoming days. Without the front provided by the Adelita Bar and adjacent Coahuila Hotel, Schnitzer has literally been forced to walk the streets to secure the necessary cash. Schnitzer had planned to enter the U.S. prior to the season premiere of CSI Miami in late September.
Heidi Schnitzer remains on the lam hiding out in the Tijuana, Mexico area. She is armed and considered to be extremely dangerous. Do not attempt to apprehend this woman. Contact the U.S. Border Patrol at 1-800-232-5378 , the FBI or Austria's Bundeskriminalamt at +43-(0)1-531 26-0.
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
Meet Leonard Padilla of WantedFugitives . Leonard, pictured above wearing the hat, has made headlines in recent days for his efforts to post bond for the mother of missing toddler Caylee Anthony. The mother, Casey Anthony, was incarcerated in an Orlando, Florida jail after reporting her daughter missing a month after the fact. Padilla was to have posted bond for the alleged negligent mom yesterday followed by Anthony's immediate release. Burdensome paperwork has delayed the process and Anthony remains in jail.
With the break in action down in Orlando, we were wondering if Mr. Padilla might be available for a brief assignment in Tijuana, Mexico. Nothing too terribly involved just a short detour to grab Heidemarie Schnitzer, David Caruso's fugitive Austrian stalker. It won't take long because Heidemarie's not too terribly hard to recognize. Heidi is a working girl in the Zona Norte area of town where she has recently become self-employed. Seems some of the regulars at her former employer, the Adelita Bar and Coahuila Hotel had started complaining about doctor visits, penicillin and such forcing the bar to terminate her employment.
Feel free to to contact us if we can be of further assistance.