The cover of Rolling Stone magazine has most often been the domain of musicians, actors, comedians, and the occasional politician. But this week, the periodical has raised eyebrows by letting Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev grace the famous front.
The issue, which hits newsstands Friday, features a picture of an unsmiling Tsarnaev above the bolded legend "The Bomber." The subhead promises to reveal "[h]ow a popular, promising student was failed by his family, fell into radical Islam, and became a monster."
Rolling Stone has posted a blog entry featuring what it calls "five revelations" in the story, written by magazine contributing editor Janet Reitman. Among the details disclosed are Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's increasing devotion to Islam while still in high school, as well as his older brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev's possible mental illness, which the boys' mother decided would be better treated by Islam than by a psychiatrist.
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A Massachusetts police officer has released bloody photos (shown below) of the accused Boston bomber to Boston Magazine. Now, the magazine says Sgt. Sean Murphy has been suspended for violating department policies by leaking the photos
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Did you know the infamous Boston Marathon bomber, DzohkharTsarnaev, scribbled messages on the boat he hid in after the bombing attacks, such as “[Expletive] America,” and “Praise Allah”? Tsarnaev also wrote, “When you attack one Muslim, you attack all Muslims.” Why did the press go to such great lengths to avoid acknowledging Tsarnaev’s affiliation with radical Islam? Like a cancer, radical Islam is metastasizing through numerous countries. Find out the origin and devices used to spread radical Islam throughout the world in our free August Newsletter here.
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