David Caruso's fugitive Austrian stalker, Heidemarie Schnitzer, continues her Internet stalking rampage albeit on fewer and fewer sites. Schnitzer's impact on Caruso boards and blogs is being felt less and less as people who frequent these sites quickly size up her dislike as an unhealthy hate obsession that stems from a mental imbalance.
Anyone familiar with the situation knows Schnitzer's drill. While hiding out on Mexico's Baja peninsula, Schnitzer scours the Internet 24/7 for any mention of the actor. If it's negative, she posts it verbatim on one of her multiple hate blogs. When the comment is positive, Schnitzer adds a negative spin. One astute person posted a comment on IMDb's David Caruso Board recently stating:
"Basically, when I don't like a film or actor I may (and this isn't always the case) go to their board and say ONCE that I don't like them/it and explain my reasons. But then I wouldn't keep going back to find all possible opportunities to put down that actor or film. Where as people that like an actor or film are much more likely to keep returning to the board to discuss with like-minded people about reasons why you like them. It des [sic] seem a bit of a waste of time, and you get all annoyed to keep slating someone. Why not just leave it be - you've made your point, let other people enjoy discussing GOOD things in peace. But yes Dixiebabe, you're right that forums are public and you are allowed to voice your own opinions about someone or somethings - whether you like it or not. I just guess it's human nature (normally) to keep wanting to talk about something you like, not about something you hate. " posted by Frasier Fan http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000325/board/flat/127387783?p=1
Heidemarie Schnitzer is wanted on an International Warrant for threatening to murder CSI Miami's David Caruso and for fleeing Austria to avoid prosecution thereof. 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.