17 year old Savannah Dietrich tweeted the names of two guys who were convicted of sexually assaulting her and now faces jail time for her actions that might see her serve more time than they got for sexually assaulting her. Back in August of last year, Savannah was drinking and passed out. She was sexually assaulted and the two boys took photos of the assault and shared it with others. The photos and the assault made her life a living hell. The boys were sentenced to what she feels like is a slap on the wrist. She is not allowed to tell what the punishment is and because the boys were juveniles she was not supposed to Tweet their names, but she did and said she doesn't care if she goes to jail for it. Why should these a-holes be protected forever for what they did, but they don't really get into trouble for sexually assaulting Savannah and sending photos of them doing it? The court system is just making Savannah even more of a victim. Savannah and her parents chose to make her name public and what happened and don't wish to be protected by the normal anonymity afforded sexual assault victims.