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Sunday, July 18, 2021

Tijuana, Baja California: Young American Killed Suspected of Being Son of Cabo 23

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

A young man between 18 and 20 years old, resident of the United States, was killed when he arrived in his vehicle at a seafood stand meters from the Eastern Expressway in Tijuana.

The victim was driving a recent model Mercedes-Benz luxury car with current California license plates.

The events happened at 12 o'clock on Valles Street, in front of the Border Normal School located in Colonia RĂ­o 3era Etapa.

The attack was carried out in front of several witnesses who were eating at the food stand stationed on the sidewalk.

According to witnesses' accounts, at least two criminals were responsible for this murder, who fled the area in a light-colored car.

One of the murderers approached the driver's door and shot him through the window at close range.

The young man received several bullet wounds, in which he lost his life on the spot, sitting in the car seat in front of the steering wheel.

By the time the investigating agents arrived at the crime scene, the seafood cart had already been removed from the site.

Prosecutor's Office personnel located at least 8 spent 9 millimeter firearm shells.

Jose Mora Zamora AKA Cabo 23 and/or El Negro died on the floor next to a seafood stand in 2019 in Tijuana. Originally a member of the Sinaloa Cartel, Cabo 23 later switched alliances and was part of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) at the time of his death.






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74 comments:

  1. Who is Cabo 23? No mention of him in the article so I’m confused. Sounds important.

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    1. Last sentence of the article mentions him.

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    2. You must not k ow how to read correctly

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  2. Stoopid fool adonde esta la blindada

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  3. Didn't Cabo 23 get killed at a food stand also? lol

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  4. When its time for you to die, it's time.

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    1. And when you're as stupid as this guy, you can bump yourself up a couple of timeslots.

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  5. Not the brightest cookie in the jar

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  6. Hey I'm going to go in my luxury Lexus SUV to Tijuana, Mexico. I am sure nothing will happen to me. I will make stops at Taco stands to show off. Then hopefully I make back to USA alive.

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    1. Judging by one of his stickers, it seems like he may have had SENTRI access. I need to look at other images but it seems like it is. That would be interesting because it would mean US authorities gave him “trusted traveler” access despite a deep background check.

      - El Choclo

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    2. @Cholco: SENTRI program does not have a sticker. It is the CAPUFE / Linea Express on the Mexican side. From my understanding, the crossing in Tijuana doesn't have a CAPUFE lane. Other crossings like in Ciudad Juarez, Nuevo Laredo, Reynosa, etc. have both. But you are right, it does look like a SENTRI sticker.

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    3. I remember BB did an article of December 2020. A guy working at a seafood restaurant from Redlands CA, had went in a new White Range Rover headed to Michoacan. He never made it,they did find his SUV days later, but not him.
      Seems people from US going in new cars are asking to be killed.

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    4. is it hard to get SENTRI?

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    5. 9:28 - They'll run a background check. If you come back clean (no previous arrests/convictions, no outstanding traffic violations, no history of [insert whatever issue you can think of]), you should be good.

      Apply now. It takes a few months to get an interview. Border crossing lines are horrible right now and I don't expect them to get any better once they are fully open.

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    6. Of course sentri has sticker wtf u talking about lol

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    7. Another one driving a nice vehicle in tj. We’ll you live and learn. In this case you die and learn. Get a beatup civic next time. Next life.

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    8. That no lie I've been waiting since January and nada. I kind just gave up hope. Oh yeah there's a 25 dollar fee when you apply

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    9. 11:43 - SENTRI stickers were discontinued a long time ago. They run your info with the car's license plates and with your card at the kiosk. The sticker is for the Mexican express lane ran by CAPUFE. But I'm pretty sure the Tijuana border crossing does not have a CAPUFE express lane.

      https://helpspanish.cbp.gov/s/article/Article-1355?language=en_US

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    10. Probably the only red benz in TJ, Just another fool wanting to show off, but gets blasted

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    11. TJ is full of those mercedes, it not like TJ is a little ranch in the middle of the sierras!, anyway, if the guy is known, he will be killed even if he drives a Pontiac Fiero.

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    12. 7:27 they gave him that access because border agents are not what you think ! I know who is in the game and who's not .

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  7. Sounds like a professional Sinaloa hit men 🤔did the job .

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    1. I tjought cabos was a sinaloa crew?
      If that's the case a professional snitchaloa is not the hit man.

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    2. he was a tweeker 11:59

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    3. I don’t think so, women, kids and innocents are usually their targets 🤔

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    4. 11:59
      you should probably have your mom read you the article before you make another dumb ass comment

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    5. Disnt the cabos switch back to cds at the biggining of the year?

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    6. Didnt the cabos switch back to cds at the biggining of the year?

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    7. @2:17 Yeah right hahahaha

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    8. So a sinaloa killed that sinaloa for switching to cjng.. Ok, I get it now..

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  8. Sol Perdido or BB writers and wigglers check this out

    https://twitter.com/LPueblo2/status/1417097994747457537

    https://twitter.com/LPueblo2/status/1417099105105502209

    CJNG message to Cartles Unidos El Abuelo, Quiro, Poncho, Viagras, Guardia National, Sedena.

    https://www.msn.com/es-us/noticias/estados-unidos/video-cjng-amenaza-a-gobierno-mexicano-soldado-que-es-avisado-no-muere-en-batalla-amaga/ar-AAMjSm5?ocid=ob-tw-esus-683

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    1. Send it to BB Gmail account it's on the website.

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    2. Must be their latest production. We really don't wanna see these dress up barking clowns crying anymore

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  9. Cabo23 is dead killed also by a marisco stand just like his supposedly son

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    1. Had they been allergic to seafood this would’ve never happened lol

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    2. You would think when you're in that line of work you don't expose yourself in the open to be targeted? Why eat tacos you don't enough extorting or kidnapping people to eat at home? No comon sense.

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    3. @1:30 Street tacos are to die fo'...

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  10. wow. I remember when I wrote that. Really speaks to the depths of the violence involved in the business.

    They were following him, waiting.

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    1. If Cabo23's son indeed lived in the US, how did they know when he crossed or when he was in TJ? I suspect a friend or someone closed to him gave him up...

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    2. 10:11 they very likely were watching his home in the US, waiting for him to one day head south. or maybe they had a gps tracker installed on his car

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    3. 2:26 Surveillance is extremely expensive, and I believe most GPS trackers in cars don't last more than a few hours. I learned in El Gato's murder investigation case where that CDG lawyer was killed in Dallas. But maybe things have changed...

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  11. Fat dudes in skinny jeans,not a cool look

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  12. Real gangsters move in silence. Pura escuela del Viejon

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    1. Yes real gangsters also respect women and children also not letting me the P.S.that operate .hoy en dia.

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    2. Real gangsters dont snitch either 😁

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    3. @10:32 Wrong, many have on their friends or rivals including La Cosa Nostra figures.

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  13. I like his car :)

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    1. Overpriced, POS, status symbol, so I'm not surprised.

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  14. Note to self....Do not stop and eat at food stands where luxury cars are located.

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    1. But the food stands are the best, I will cross from San Diego to Tijuana vin my Rolls Royce to have Tacos de Carne Asada con homeade Horchancta. Along with mariachi music.

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    1. el tiburon is no longer in circulation my friend. No reason to live in the past.

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  16. Talk about dieing in the lap of luxury.

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  17. why would anyone want to drive that in Mexico? forget about the violence. that car would hit every speed bump in TJ. speed bumps in Mexico are poorly made lol you can't drive comfortably

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    1. Perhaps you mean potholes.

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    2. both. the speed bumps in Mexico are generally made overnight in some colonias lol they fuck up a lot of cars.

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    3. Los topes y los baches...if you learn to drive in Mex you can do it anywhere.

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  18. Those TIJUANA crews switch so much that you CAN'T keep up. Lol
    One month THEY are CAF next month they are cjng and a few months later they are CJNG
    Bunch of CHAPULINES

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  19. Puro chapulĂ­n en Tijuana ya no se sabe quien es quien uno mas a la lista

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  20. Was it for sure his son? I know El Cabo 23 had two hot daughters but not a son when he died the two daughters moved the next day to the USA, he was visiting the two daughters in playas and they got him and his wife down the road at a taco stand,

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  21. Most of los Cabo’s grew up together are from the harbor area ca small group but loyal to each other

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  22. Why do people call Tijuana Chapulijuana?

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    1. “Chapulijuana” just means everyone is constantly switching sides in the game

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  23. Cabo makes me hungry , I'm sitting here thinking about the times

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  24. I remember Van Halen made a song about Cano, was it about cabo23?

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  25. Lead poisoning from all that seafood.

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  26. gee i sure do enjoy taking time to write realevent respectful comments that bring something to the discussion only to see that they dont get posted, instead we see endless cartel flag and pom pom waving...i guess any discussion of legalization is off the table at BB these days...hey i guess this site needs to look out for its own interests and what would it do if there wasnt a drug war. *shrug*

    god id hope that isnt the case....

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    1. 9:36 everyone has their own opinions and comments to post on how they feel about the situation and what they think about the stories , if you don't like it then you can just read things on Yahoo and post there or better yet kick rocks

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  27. All you Fn know it alls must feel real powerful behind your little computer screens,you are pathetic and you all sound like little bitches cheering for the worst pieces of shit regardless of where the cartel is from its the same shit just different assholes . Now having said that this hit was clearly the work of one man and one man only the real Jeffe and supreme kingpin Senior Corey Feldman and this will happen to all you little fan girls who leave stupid unintelligent comments on this website . You've all been warned .

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    1. Well low and behold! It's the scariest shit I've ever heard and I say this with a sarcastic smile and laugh ! Ohhhhh so scared ha ja ja jijiji 11:11 get a life bro seriously

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