A Teenage Girl Gang In London Sought Revenge, Blew Up House:
The explosion collapsed three houses in north west London, killing an innocent resident in a neighbouring property, and leaving the intended target - a 17-year-old girl - in intensive care with severe burns.
Detectives today revealed that a gang of girls - aged 16 and 17 - were suspected of pouring a purple liquid through the letterbox of the house on Stanley Road, Harrow, hours before the blast. They are investigating whether it was an form of explosive researched on the internet or a type of petrol bomb.
The innocent victim was Emad Qureshi, a 26-year-old from Pakistan, who lived with his parents next door and had reported just recently finished a post-graduate degree in computing.
A police source said: “There are several possibilities, one of which is that this was a home made bomb. The methods for making these liquid explosives are all over the internet. We have seen with recent terrorism trials that there are plenty of things on the Web, but it would obviously be a disturbing development if a girl gang has decided to settle a dispute in such dramatic and tragic way.”
Well, that's a little disturbing, isn't it? These girls used information found on the Internet to build a bomb so big that it leveled three houses. No one has been arrested as of yet but you can bet, with a death toll, they'll round these ladies up soon enough.