Friday, July 15, 2016

Tijuana: Miami business man executed in Marriott Hotel

Miami businessman executed in Tijuana


In perhaps Tijuana's most upscale hotel, a man and his father were gunned down Thursday morning. The son died on the scene, while his father sustained injuries and was transported to a hospital.  The gunmen or gunman escaped, though municipal police were on scene within a few minutes of the shooting. 
The victim Jorge Kalb Zarmei, 37, was killed, he was from Miami, and a U.S Citizen.  He and his father were in the investment and securities business, Jorge Kalb is a financial adviser in the employee of One Atlas Financial Group in Miami, he is a licensed broker of bonds, stocks, mutual funds and other investment related products.  The men were in Tijuana for a meeting with Daniel De La Rosa Anaya, Security of State Public Security, who frequently comments on organized crime in the city.  De la Rosa Anaya, through a statement denied a meeting with the two Miami businessmen. 

The father Daniel Kalb, 71, was treated on scene, and taken to a private hospital in Zona Rio.  The suspect or suspects allegedly fled in a black Passat.  The Marriott on Aquas Caliente in Colonia Hippodermo is one of the nicest in the city, bordering a golf course, and a hub of business and social meetings in the lobby and lounge area.

By midday, the hotel was returned to normal, with guests and slight law enforcement presence remaining for the continuing investigation.  The attack took place in the lobby, when gunmen entered and fired upon the victims.  There is some confusion regarding the business partner of the deceased, Eduardo Shobert, the elder Kalb allegedly blames him for the attack.

Jose Eduardo Shobert-Gonzalez fled after the shooting, but was detained.  He has been under investigation and charged for theft from businesses, and forgery, in a scheme involving a landscaping company.  His partner was accused of stealing 600,000 from their Tijuana based company.  Two of Eduardo Shobert's  former business partners were also murdered, one in Culiacan, and one in Mexico City.

The killing likely is tied in to this.  The gunmen could have mistaken, or missed their target, trying to gun down Shobert Gonzalez, hence why he fled the scene.  The financial misconduct, former partners murdered, Culiacan, there's enough circumstantial to assume he could have been involved in criminal activities that could catch up to him.


It is worth noting that many are murdered monthly, and none have the social standing of the deceased, men of careers and resumes, suits and business cars, while their deaths makes headlines, the underclass victims go unnoticed.  



Sources: AFN Tijuana, Union Tribune San Diego, El Mexicano




49 comments:

  1. Here´s some info J, the guy who was apprehended is cousin of Carlos Sanchez, owner of Compustar, a company which is a provider of hardware for the State Government, and a guy considered as a person of interest by the US since he is considered part of the Tijuana´s cartel money laundering machine under la pantera. might want to check into that.

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    1. I remember La Pantera got arrested in 2000. She was living in SD in the Bonita area. I doubt she is still laundering $?

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  2. Well executed hit.

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    1. 5:44 not to executed one escaped and one survived..they who did it will either be made to turn theyself in or found dead..

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  3. JUST WANT TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE INNOCENT CHILDREN AND FAMILIES OF THOSE SLAIN IN FRANCE.
    WE ALL SHOULD STEP UP IN THE FACE OF OBSCENE ACTS LIKE THIS,IT COULD BE ANY US AT ANY TIME,RADICAL MEASURES NEED PUTTING IN PLACE FOR "human beings" WHO CHOOSE TO DO THINGS SUCH AS THIS.

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    1. I posted your comment because we share in the sentiment of grief for those killed in the latest terrorist attack in France. But please in the future do not put your comments in all caps or they will not get posted.

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    2. Ok dd,thanks for posting,its was anger and a need to shout it out loud.Thanks for posting man

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  4. Most likely they were in the drug game and deal went wrong. I don't think they were innocent bystanders

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    1. Nah, not in the game but they had evidence against their business partner for his shisty business dealings. He lured the father and son to Mexico to wack them. It's not going to happen in the US the way it happened in TJ. It's the same old story different day. Cartels do it all the time. They can't kill someone in the US because they won't get away with it so they set up a meeting in good ol' Mexico. Now you have a unsolved murder. End of story.

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  5. Even Pops is playing Pokemon Go getting wheeled into bamulanz ...

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    1. Damn hahaha!
      He is updating his status,
      Hierbal mala nunca muere or some narco crap
      Like ajuua or no pasa nada

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    2. 9:06 they'd rather play phock'em on, mafiosos from Miami are not needed to launder any California or tijuana money

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  6. Sorry this is off topic but why was the story about that cannibal zeta chick removed? I was getting around to reading that.

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    1. It was removed because BB tries to publish only credible stories that can be confirmed by 2 legitimate sources.

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    2. Aww I missed a story about a cannibal?

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    3. 2:25 go check out BDN if you like fiction
      BB is a mostly credible blog

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    4. Ok and rightly so thanks dd

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    5. Yeah pero you didn't missed much, era una vende elotes que dizque bien piedricola le gustaba dedearse con los dedos de sus victimas y chuparles la sangre pero a leguas se miraba lo corriente que era la tamalera.
      Gracias BB por remover esa basura de historia.

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    6. No girl,thats why it was taken down,it was BDN at its finest again,throwin names and pictures together in the most ridiculous way.Ways that could get people lifted and killed,it was the wrong girl altogether.

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    7. 3:25 thanks mister piedricolo for the synopsis of the removed story,

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    8. Mister Piedricolo, use your name in your comments, I promise to follow you.

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  7. I'd like to know what the hell Schobert-Gonzalez was doing in Idaho working a landscaping job if he is some sort of narco

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    1. Beats me, the guy is part of the Schobert family, a Sinaloan family with lots of money. They even run in the Baja off road races and have won fishing competitions

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    2. A Narco is a person that TRAFFICS drugs; has built an enterprise to move his product around. This guy was just part of a scheme. If these cucarachas are to be exterminated, first they need to be identified for what they are.

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  8. Take from the wrong person, pay with your life. Just a couple of nuevo rich theives who had the karma pendulum come back and knock em out.

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  9. Rafael Caro Quintero left banner in Juarez he's coming in to clean up

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    1. Hope he is up for the challenge. Homie has been out of the game for 30 yrs. Juarez is no cake walk. Does he think people in Juarez will just bow down because his name is on a banner?

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    2. 10:29 thats so yesterday lols ...fuck caro and who ever with him...atte Gerencia Guzman

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    3. 10:29
      Streets will be cleaned.
      You are welcome in advance. #100%clean

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    4. 5:11 say that to Consuelo G. Bet money she will tell you "calma"

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    5. He cant even clean up his ass! Old fart caro quintero!

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    6. 2:36 yes he does!
      When el jefe changes his pamper, he cleans all he can, then he uses a piedra, an olote or a thousand dollar bill, all the same for our jefe, he should be a king, damet!

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  10. shiiiiiiiiiiit! debts & drugs again, homes!

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  11. True many have died, but not many die after being gunned down in the Marriott hotel lobby!

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    1. Ja ck
      You appear to get your jollies off on other people's death
      Ever heard of KARMA?
      Maybe we will read of you being gunned down in the news someday

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    2. How on earth did you infer that?

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  12. I thought cartels bring drugs to USA then sell them, this generates cash which is then smuggled in bulk back to Mexico and then invested their in real estate, and various businesses, accounts etc. I wonder if it's difficult to wire or do internet banking from USA to foreign accounts in foreign countries?

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    1. "Bulk to mexico", that is facked up, some money may come back to mexico, like 10% the rest is all "the gangster banksters"to launder and move around and reinvest...many Marco sicarios don't even get to pay for their weapons and pecheras when they get it up the ass, the farmers also don't get too much money, it is on the retail and for the middlemen...

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    2. You stated ninety percent of Mexican DTO cash in USA is laundered in USA by USA banks? Which banks? In which cities?

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    3. There are thousands of banks in the US, and foreign banks, so many it gets old, but HSBC, THE VATICAN BANK, THE LEBANESE CANADIAN, UNION BANK has been doing it since before the nazis got made famous, AND AFTER during WWII WHILE THE AMERICAN BOYS WERE DYING ON THE FRONT, Then the CIA'S OWN BANK, bcci...
      Just google it, there are reports by the thousands, 5he banks do not even care anymore, they will just pay a little fine and keep doing their dirty deeds...

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    4. I think they launder it also through the many businesses they have in USA like their furniture stores, used car lot, salon de baile, strip clubs, restaurants, esp. Mariscos restaurants, Food products distribution. They also use these to send some of the money back to Mexico by purchasing products from Mexico.

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    5. Not the tacos, the big money gets mixed with 401k and police pensions funds and teachers, widowers, social security investments, government bonds, and after investing on the best money makers, buy industries by the dozen, leave the people unemployed on the street, homeless, drug addicted and send their jobs to slave communist workers in china and the likes.
      Tacos etc is mexican enterprise, but no money makers...

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  13. This is my regular go to property in tijuana. It's a shame that certain individuals brought "business" to a traditionally neutral part of the city where a lot of the high end narcos intermix in family and domestic life. On a side note at least it happened on a weekday , weekends can be quite lively at this property , particularly sundays when they host a brunch in the restaurant.

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  14. "Quiero chingarme al Cartel de Tijuana"

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    1. 5:56 Lo que quiera la princesa...

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  15. El cafe bien reportado

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  16. Across the street is a Shit hole hotel, I almost stayed there once but it was way too nasty. We lived in Playas for a year and a half back in 2000.What a shit hole.What the fuck were they doing in that part of town? Shit hole. Gringo Loco de Acapulco.....Cabrones.

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    1. Cacapulco is a shit hole, what are you doing there?
      Stinks of "private contractor", from one chamberpot to the other

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