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Rolling Stone puts Boston bombing suspect on cover like a rock star

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Dzhokar Tsarnaev is not accused of forgetting to clean his room.

He didn’t allegedly stay out too late on a school night or purportedly return his dad’s car without any gas. And he didn’t supposedly write “Roadhouse Blues” for that matter, either.

So when the cover of Rolling Stone’s August 1, 2013 issue leaked portraying the alleged Boston bomber as – at worst – a typical teenager, and –  at best – a rock ‘n’ roll god the likes of Jim Morrison, it obviously displeased a few people.

CVS and New England-based grocery store chain Tedeschi Foods both have said they will refuse to sell the issue.

Highlights from a ticked off Twittersphere …

John Boyd

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