Missing college girl Zuzu Verk’s remains have been found in a shallow grave near Alpine, Texas, where she was a student at Sul Ross State University.
Her olive-complexioned boyfriend, Robert Fabian, has been arrested.
Verk joins a long list of white girls featured on this site who were found dead where a nonwhite boyfriend or husband was charged in connection with the death.
Our mission is to keep warning the girls and prodding parents everywhere to teach their daughters about the dangers of interracial relationships.
Fabian appears to be a Mexican. The stereotype of the Mexican wife beater is grounded in fact. Sometimes facts are “racist.” The truth is that by pairing off with a Mexican, a white girl is at least 4 or 5 times more likely to be beaten up or killed than if she had paired off with a white boyfriend or husband.
Texas police arrested the boyfriend of missing 22-year-old woman Zuzu Verk after unidentified human remains were discovered on Friday.
The Alpine Police Department in Alpine, Texas, said in a press release that they had arrested 25-year-old student Robert Fabian at 9 a.m. on Saturday on a warrant for tampering with or fabricating physical evidence by concealing a human corpse. It is not known if he has retained an attorney or how he pleads in relation to the charges.
Police found the still-unidentified remains in a shallow grave in Sunny Glen, an area northwest of Alpine, according to an early police department Facebook post. Officials wrote that the remains were sent off for identification while the search for Verk continues.
Fabian was the person who first reported Verk missing after he had claimed that he had not seen her for two days. He was named a suspect two weeks after her disappearance, according to the The Dallas Morning News. He did not speak at a grand jury about his girlfriend’s disappearance in December when he was questioned about his version of events, KOSA-TV reported.
Verk’s parents, Lori and Glenn Verk, moved to Texas to search for their daughter, according to The Washington Post. Her mother described Verk, who was a student at Sul Ross State University, as being known in the community for her conservation work, according to the newspaper.
The Alpine Police Department did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
I expect that as the story develops that Fabian will be charged with murder. If he’s an illegal immigrant, the press will cover that fact up. Since Fabian has not cooperated with police up to this point, he’s unlikely to reveal his motive, assuming he’s charged with murder. In my own experience, many Mexicans can’t hold their tequila and turn violent when drunk. It’s too bad that Zuzu Verk didn’t study the truth about Mexican culture before coming to Texas.