Update: Shortly after publishing this post, Heidemarie Schnitzer was captured and arrested by Tijuana police on February 19, 2009. Within weeks she was deported to Austria and stood trial on April 14, 2009. After pronouncing her guilty of stalking and sending death threats to David Caruso, Judge Guenther Boehler sentenced Schnitzer to prison for 7 months. Following her incarceration, she was transferred to a mental facility for an undisclosed period of time.
In a brazen act, David Caruso's fugitive Austrian stalker has authored a guest post for another site recommending tamales. Yes indeed you heard it right. Heidemarie Schnitzer, a fugitive who remains at large on Mexico's Baja peninsula, has now become the region's latest food critic. Schnitzer has ghost written the piece using her notorious pseudonym "Vixen." Could her venture into the culinary arts be Schnitzer's latest effort to disguise the fact she's stalked and threatened to murder three people?
It's always been the policy of The Stalker Chronicles not to link to Schnitzer's blogs and/or sites which support her criminal activities and we will not do so now. Suffice it to say that Mexico's latest food critic still cannot fashion a sentence with proper subject/verb agreement. Florence Fabricant she is not. But Schnitzer can tell you about the history of tamales along with the various fillings available for the discerning gourmet palate. At the end of her post, Vixen/Heidemarie Schnitzer tagged it Baja, California. When she's finally locked up in Austria, looks like Schnitzer definitely has a future as a gourmand. Too bad the only thing she'll be critiquing will be prison grub.
Seriously, what more do the authorities need to pick this woman up? She's not only admitted being in Mexico's Baja area but now she's recommending the food. Note to Mexico's AFI: check the local tamale stands for a 40+ woman with a heavy German accent. She fancies the spicy beef tamales and she'll have a laptop in tow.
Heidemarie Schnitzer remains at large on Mexico's Baja peninsula wanted on an International Warrant for threatening to murder CSI Miami's David Caruso and 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.