Friday, March 13, 2009

Schnitzer's Interview With News Magazine

For our readers who understand German, the above is News magazine's interview with David Caruso's jailed stalker. Schnitzer gave this interview following her arrest last month in Tijuana. An English summary is available here courtesy of The Austrian Times.

News refers to Heidemarie Schnitzer as "Gabriele Huber" and states parenthetically that Huber is not her real name. The Stalker Chronicles would like to thank Thomas Hochwarter at The Austrian Times for furnishing us with a copy of the original interview in its entirety.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

David Caruso Stalker Transferred To Mexico City

Mexican Immigration in Tijuana has confirmed to The Stalker Chronicles that Heidemarie Schnitzer was transferred to Mexico City following her February 19, 2009 arrest. Schnitzer is currently being detained in the Mexican capital pending deportation to Austria. As soon as we have further information concerning Schnitzer's long-awaited journey to justice, we will update accordingly.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

David Caruso Stalker Claims She'll Walk Free

More from The Austrian Times about Heidemarie Schnitzer's interview with Austria's News magazine. According to Stalker Chronicles' sources, David Caruso's stalker remains in Mexico City pending deportation pursuant to the international warrant for her arrest:

CSI Star Death Stalker: I"ll Walk Free
The deranged fan who threatened to kill CSI star David Caruso has boasted how she'll walk free after subjecting the actor to months of torment.
Stalker Heidemarie Schnitzer, 53, blitzed Caruso with more than 100 sick letters threatening to murder both him and his girlfriend.
One told the star: "I'm going to kill you and your butt-ugly Latina whore...that fat-assed offence to your whole fan base. It'll take some time - but I'll find you."
But the cracked fan has told Austrian magazine News: "I expect a light sentence because in the end nothing happened."
Schnitzer spent six months on the run in Mexico after being quizzed about the hate mail.
She was finally tracked down by other CSI fans who located her laptop being used in Tijuana and tipped off police.
But the oddball fan told how she couldn't keep away from the star even while she was hiding.
"I carried on watching CSI whenever it was on Mexican TV," she confesses.
Schnitzer is currently being held by local police pending an extradition plea by Austria authorities and facing up to three years in jail under anti-stalking.

Austrian Times

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

The Globe's Stalker Article Creates Name Confusion

The March 16, 2009 edition of The Globe has a story about the capture of David Caruso's fugitive Austrian stalker. At this time, there is no on-line link and as they say on television, it's available on news stands.

Instead of referring to the stalker by her real name, Heidemarie Schnitzer, The Globe made an editorial decision to refer to Heidemarie Schnitzer by the name "Gabriele Huber." Due to Austria's alleged strict privacy laws that shield the name of the accused until conviction, Huber is a name that was used by some Austrian publications when Schnitzer first fled to Mexico in 2007. In fact, The Stalker Chronicles also referred to Schnitzer as "Gabriele Huber" when this blog was initially launched until we were able to confirm beyond a shadow of a doubt that her legal name is Heidemarie Schnitzer. When David Caruso's stalker was captured by the Tijuana police nearly three weeks ago Mexican papers reported her real name, Heidemarie Schnitzer.

Out of an abundance of caution The Globe, which is distributed worldwide, decided not to use the stalker's real name out of fear Schnitzer would bring suit against them for privacy violation. The Globe is acting responsibly in protecting their best interests while at the same time reporting a newsworthy story.

Monday, March 9, 2009

David Caruso - Heidemarie's Jailhouse Interview

While Heidemarie Schnitzer was being held in Tijuana, Mexico, she gave an interview to the Austrian magazine News. Schnitzer shows no remorse for her actions and clearly was not coming clean concerning the circumstances surrounding her capture. Claiming she was arrested after her six month tourist visa had expired, Schnitzer simply tries to shrug off the seriousness of the charges against her hoping she will receive a light sentence. And by the way, Schnitzer was in Mexico from April 2008 thru February 2009, ten months according to our calculations so the six month tourist visa story doesn't hold water.

As every major news service across the globe has reported, Tijuana Police arrested Schnitzer after receiving tips forwarded to them by The Stalker Chronicles. Schnitzer cannot even tell the truth while incarcerated. Additionally, our sources in Mexico have confirmed that Schnitzer has been transferred to Mexico City where she is awaiting deportation. Our thanks to Thomas Hochwarter of the Austrian Times for summarizing her interview in English. Here it is in its entirety:

CSI star stalker hopes to get away with it

By Thomas Hochwarter
The deranged Austrian woman who threatened to kill CSI: Miami star David Caruso said she is "kind of relieved" now that she had been arrested.Austrian magazine "News" interviewed Heidemarie Schnitzer, who has been on the run for months since she was accused of sending the 53-year-old actor more than 100 sinister letters.In the interview, Schnitzer admits she is hoping for a mild sentence. She said: "I expect a light sentence because in the end nothing happened."The Tyrolean is currently being detained in a prison in Tijuana, Mexico, where she is waiting to be extradited to Austria. In her home country, the 42-year-old blonde will face up to three years in jail under Austria's new anti-stalking laws.Asked about how tense the last few months had been for her, Schnitzer said: "I wasn’t really on the run. I had a tourist visa for six months that simply expired in the end. I was arrested in a random traffic check (two weeks ago)."The cops realised there was an international warrant for the woman and arrested her.She said: "I learned my lesson. But I continued to watch CSI when it was on Mexican TV."In one letter, Schnitzer threatened: "I’m going to kill you and your butt-ugly Latina whore (…) that fat-assed bimbo (…) an offense to your whole fan base. It’ll take some time – but I’ll find you."My letters were a stupid joke. I wanted to make something special, something others don’t do."

Schnitzer's Death Threat

Schnitzer's Death Threat
Actual Letter Sent to Caruso