Saturday, November 8, 2008

David Caruso - Mayor Ramos: Have You Seen Heidemarie Schnitzer?

For the next several days The Stalker Chronicles is going to feature the Mayors of Baja, California. When these local officials work closely with Mexico's federal government, they could provide valuable assistance in bringing the Austrian fugitive Heidemarie Schnitzer to justice.

Today we introduce The Honorable Jorge Ramos who has served Tijuana as its Mayor for almost a year. This video was shot days before Ramos took office. In it, Ramos vows to take proactive measures to curtail crime in the area. He promotes working closely with Governor Osuna Millan on matters affecting the security of the Baja area and we applaud him in those efforts.

We hope that Mayor Ramos can aid in capturing Heidemarie Schnitzer. Schnitzer is wanted in connection with charges she stalked and threatened to murder three people, including the star of CSI: Miami's David Caruso. After failing to appear in an Austrian court to answer these charges, Schnitzer fled to Mexico's Baja region in the Spring 2008 where she remains in hiding. On October 28, 2008 Austrian Judge Guenther Boehler issued an international warrant for Schnitzer's arrest. The onerous is now upon the Mexican government to capture this dangerous fugitive and deport her to Austria.

For anyone caring to communicate with The Honorable Jorge Ramos, you can e-mail his assistant as follows:

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.

Friday, November 7, 2008

David Caruso - Conoce a Osuna Millan, El Gobernador de Baja California

Conoce a José Guadalupe Osuna Millán, el Gobernador de Baja California. Una bella región de Mexico, últimamente la Baja se ha convertido, lamentablemente, asociados con Heidemarie Schnitzer, el austriaco encuentra prófugo que sigue siendo en general la clandestinidad en la zona tras huir de Austria en abril de 2008. Motivos de preocupación son Schnitzer montaje que pueden ser de trabajo en una residencia privada, posiblemente como un NIÑERA o un cuidador para un inválido. Es muy probable que la Schnitzer empleador puede no ser consciente de que un fugitivo recientemente diagnosticados con "trastorno de la personalidad grave" es que viven bajo su techo.

Osuna Millán es un servidor público dedicado que ha sido Director de Inversión Pública, Subsecretario de Inversión Pública del Gobierno del Estado de Baja California, el estado de Director de Bienes Raíces en Tijuana, Director del organismo operador de Agua Potable denominado Comisión Estatal de Instrucción Pública Servicio de Tijuana, fue alcalde de Tijuana XV en el Consejo de la Ciudad y Director de la Comisión Estatal del Agua, y por Rep Baja California.

Con su larga vida de trabajo para esta región de Mexico, sabemos Gobernador Millán no quiere a la Baja se conoce como la casa de un fugitivo Stalker la celebridad que ha amenazado la vida de tres personas, entre ellas CSI: Miami David Caruso. Nos gustaría invitar a los buenos Gobernador para desplazarse hacia abajo y leer sobre Schnitzer Sra. El siguiente enlace de la semana pasada el artículo de Associated Press también proporcionará información adicional sobre la orden internacional de detención Schnitzer en la cabeza. Y también sabemos que el Embajador de Austria a Mexico, Werner Druml, sería más que dispuestos a ayudar Gobernador Millán y su gobierno en todo lo posible con Schnitzer de la captura y deportación.

Si alguien quisiera escribir Gobernador Millán su e-mail es:

Heidemarie Schnitzer sigue siendo un fugitivo escondido en Mexico de la región de Baja California. Schnitzer está armado y que se consideran extremadamente peligrosas. Por favor, no intento para detener a esta mujer. Los EE.UU. en contacto con la Patrulla Fronteriza en el 1-800-232-5378, en el FBI (310) 477-6565 o en Austria en la Bundeskriminalamt +43- (0) 1-531 26-0.

Monday, November 3, 2008

David Caruso - Meet Osuna Millan, The Governor of Baja, California

Meet Jose Guadalupe Osuna Millan, the Governor of Baja, California. A beautiful region of Mexico, lately the Baja has unfortunately become associated with Heidemarie Schnitzer, the fugitive Austrian stalker who remains at large hiding in the area after fleeing Austria in April 2008. Concerns are mounting that Schnitzer may be working in a private residence possibly as a ninera or a caregiver for an invalid. It is highly probable that Schnitzer's employer may be unaware that a fugitive recently diagnosed with "severe personality disorder" is residing under their roof.

Osuna Millan is a dedicated public servant who has been Director of Public Investment, Undersecretary of Public Investment of the Government of the State of Baja California, the state Director of Real Estate in Tijuana, Director of the agency operator called Drinking Water State Commission on Public Service of Tijuana, was Mayor of Tijuana XV in the City Council and Director of the State Commission for Water, and by Rep. Baja California.

With his life long work for this region of Mexico, we know Governor Millan does not want the Baja to become known as the home of a fugitive celebrity stalker who has threatened the lives of three people including CSI: Miami's David Caruso. We would invite the good Governor to scroll down and read up on Ms. Schnitzer. The following link from last week's Associated Press article will also provide additional information concerning the international arrest warrant on Schnitzer's head. And we also know that Austria's Ambassador to Mexico, Werner Druml, would be more than willing to assist Governor Millan
and his government in any way possible with Schnitzer's capture and deportation.

If anyone would like to write Governor Millan his e-mail is:

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.

David Caruso - Mexican Government Needs To Arrest Heidemarie Schnitzer

The ball is now firmly planted in Mexico's court. With yesterday's issuance of an international arrest warrant for David Caruso's fugitive stalker Heidemarie Schnitzer, the Mexican government is now armed with the necessary tools to take swift and decisive action. Schnitzer remains in hiding in Mexico's Baja region where it is believed she is employed as a live-in domestic in a private residence. Her employer probably is unaware that a criminal stalker is living under their roof. To further aid Mexican authorities, we are publishing the ISP and I.P. Address that Schnitzer uses on a daily basis to access the Internet:

Domain Name ? (Mexico)
Continent : North America
Country : Mexico (Facts)
State/Region : Baja California
City : Tecate
Lat/Long : 32.5667, -116.6333 (Map)
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Microsoft Windows Vista
Internet Explorer 7.0
Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.0.04506)
version 1.5
Resolution : 800 x 600
Color Depth : 32 bits
Time of Visit
Oct 28 2008 11:21:27 pm
Last Page View
Oct 28 2008 11:21:27 pm
Visit Length
0 seconds
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Referring URL
http://blogsearch.go...qdr=t&q=David Caruso
Search Engine
Search Words
david caruso
Visit Entry Page
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Time Zone
Visitor's Time
Oct 28 2008 9:21:27 pm

If anyone has seen this woman or knows her whereabouts, please contact local authorities immediately. Schnitzer may be employed as a caregiver responsible for the well-being of small children and/or elderly persons. She suffers from a "profound personality disorder" with the potential to become dangerous. A tragedy could occur if this woman is allowed to remain at large.

Heidemarie 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.

David Caruso - Mexico Alert: Have You Seen This Woman?

Heidemarie Schnitzer is wanted by Austrian authorities to answer charges she stalked and threatened to murder three people including CSI Miami's David Caruso. Schnitzer has skipped out on two court hearings to avoid prosecution on these charges. Austrian Judge Guenther Boehler issued an international arrest warrant yesterday valid the world over.

Sources familiar with this story believe that Schnitzer is employed as a live-in domestic somewhere in Mexico's Baja area. She may be providing care for small children or an invalid. Schnitzer has been diagnosed with "profound personality disorder" with the potential to become dangerous by Court-appointed psychiatrist Dr. Karin Treichl. Under absolutely no circumstances should this woman be entrusted with some one's children or an invalid.

If you believe that you have seen someone matching this woman's description, please contact the police immediately. Do not attempt to apprehend her. Schnitzer is armed and extremely dangerous.
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.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

David Caruso - Stalker Dupes TV Guide

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.

Schnitzer's Death Threat

Schnitzer's Death Threat
Actual Letter Sent to Caruso