In the months since the younger of the Tsarnaev brothers, Dzhokhar, was taken into custody after the Boston Marathon bombings his name and likeness have become infamous.
Images if the 19-year-old have been used by news outlets all over the world. He is arguably as ingrained in popular culture as the likes of other infamous homegrown terrorists such as Charles Manson, Ted Kaczynski, Timothy McVeigh.
Rolling Stone ignited a firestorm when the magazine unveiled its August issue, which features an image of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover.
What's your take on the cover? Does it go too far? Is it provoking a conversation? Is the strong reaction to the cover overblown?
Jim Braude and Margery Eagan discussed on Boston Public Radio today with Boston University's Dean of the College of Communications, Thomas Fiedler. Weigh in in the comments section below.
Read the statement from Rolling Stone here.
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