Rolling Stone has been slipping toward irrelevance in recent years, but occasionally, the iconic magazine pulls a stunt to get people talking again.
Case in point: Putting Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover.
Part of the uproar has to do with the way Tsarnaev is portrayed on the cover. The photo looks like a classic shot of Frank Zappa or Jim Morrison or something, glorifying Tsarnaev as some sort of rock star — and potentially encouraging others to murder for fame.
What do you think: Is Rolling Stone wrong? Does the media have a responsibility here? Predictably, the magazine is defending itself.