Package bomb possibly targeted Texas oil executive, woman injured
9 HOURS AGO By ■ Stephanie Dearing
HOUSTON--Disguised as a package of chocolates and left on the doorstep of a Texas oil executive, the bomb went off when a woman opened the apparent gift.
In spite of BP's shares rising over the weekend due to apparent increased confidence in the company's attempt to recap the Deepwater Horizon, it appears that an oil industry executive might have been targeted for murder after someone left a "package bomb" at the home of a Houston oil executive last week.
An unnamed woman, described by neighbours as kind-hearted, is in serious condition after undergoing surgery for the injuries from shrapnel contained in the bomb reported KSLA News 12. ABC Local (Eyewitness News) got the scoop on the story, confirming the home belongs to an unnamed Texas oil executive.
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