Who knows what would have happened in Melbourne and to this girl if the boy had not been arrested in March on an unrelated matter.
She hooked up with a Twitter group espousing radical views, a place where individuals would directly message her, seeking her out.
Soon her anger and shame about the deaths of Muslims in foreign wars grew and she became obsessed with the idea of suicide bombings and martyrdom.
She downloaded images of people about to be beheaded, of a dead child, of Islamic State symbols and of radical figures, including the head of IS Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Then came the contact with a boy a year younger than her but with big plans to incite an attack on this year's Anzac Day parade.
The girl exchanged over 16,000 messages over eight days with the teenage boy who planned the foiled attack, the court heard.The court heard the teenage girl became obsessed with the idea of suicide bombing and martyrdom.
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