Sex-crime Victim Could be Jailed for Tweeting her Attackers' Names
Even though she was a victim of violence, SHE might be jailed for publicly tweeting and exposing her attacker's names.
So, evidently, there might be consequences for publicizing someone's name in a public information arena.
Makes me want to get into the milling business, marry someone with three kids and ... oh, forget about it.
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