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CVS pharmacy, Walgreens and Massachusetts-based Tedeschi convenience stores all said that they are refusing to sell copies of the magazine. Tedeschi Food Shops wrote on its Facebook page that “it cannot support actions that serve to glorify the evil actions of anyone. Music and terrorism don’t mix.” The Woonsocket, R.I-based chain CVS wrote on its Facebook page: “As a company with deep roots in New England and a strong presence in Boston, we believe this is the right decision out of respect for the victims of the attack and their loved ones.”
Some of the reader comments on Rolling Stone Facebook page wrote:
“Jeff Bauman, who lost both legs, should be on the cover.”
“The best example of why Facebook needs a dislike button.”
“I am so disappointed with Rolling Stone magazine. I have enjoyed your magazine until now. I will no longer buy/read the mag. You have just made him a ‘rock star.’ How could you?”[Aish.com]
|A bloodied Tsarnaev emerges from the boat he was hiding in|
Graphic Photos of Tsarnaev Capture Released -Ravi Somaiya
A Massachusetts State Police sergeant was relieved of duty Thursday after supplying Boston Magazine with graphic images from the capture of the Boston Marathon bombing suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the editor of the magazine said.
Mr. Murphy told the magazine that he decided to release his images — which show a bloodied and surrendering Mr. Tsarnaev — after feeling angered by this month’s cover of Rolling Stone magazine, which featured a softer portrait of Mr. Tsarnaev.