My personal views only: 1. This young woman was 15 when she was radicalised, I believe we should at least give her a chance to be de-radicalised. 2. People charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Lets see what happens in a court of law, rather than trial by media or summary punishment. 3. I suspect if it was a white middle class young woman in this situation, the Government and media response would have been different. 4. Is there any proof that her personal actions have done any harm to this Country? (I am of the opinion that over the last couple of years the Maybot has done more harm to this Country). 5. She is a product of this Country, we should deal with our own problems, not expect others to do so. Finally, I had a daughter who was subject to online grooming when she was 15. I still get a cold sweat when I think about what might have happened had we not discovered it in time. It was extremely hard to convince my daughter that she had been groomed (I suspect in part because, like ,many of us, she didn't want to believe she could be conned in such a way).