In a befuddling move that has readers questioning the potential glamorization of terrorism, Rolling Stone magazine’s decision to put Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the accused Boston Marathon bomber, on the cover of its latest issue has ignited a firestorm of outrage online.
The cover picture is one that Tsarnaev himself posted online and has been published widely by other media outlets in the past.
But many took exception to its prominent play in Rolling Stone, where the space is more often than not reserved for rock stars and celebrities.
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In a befuddling move that has readers questioning the potential glamorization of terrorism, Rolling Stone…
by Tactical-Life / Jul 17, 2013