Somebody who handles social media for the state is probably going to get called into a meeting this morning over this tweet.
UPDATE: The state's taken down the tweet and posted several new ones this morning, starting at 9:57 a.m.:
An apology from Geoff Kula, Director of http://Mass.gov :
I deeply regret the message sent last night regarding sexual assault and apologize to all sexual assault victims.
We in no way meant to suggest that victims of sexual assault are to blame for the crimes committed against them.
To learn more about what you can do to combat violence or if you need assistance, please see this blog: http://ow.ly/wn0oy
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