Should Rolling Stone have featured Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on its cover this week?
Yes. Under its constitutionally protected right, Rolling Stone can put whoever it wants on its cover.
12% (175 votes)
Yes. Tsarnaev now is a public figure, and Rolling Stone also is a news magazine.
4% (52 votes)
No. Tsarnaev’s face on the cover is an insult to friends and families of those killed or wounded during the attack.
36% (528 votes)
No. Putting this alleged killer on the cover of the magazine glorifies his actions.
49% (720 votes)
Total votes: 1475