How to ignite a firestorm online and across social media: Put Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnev on the August cover of Rolling Stone Magazine. The hashtag #BoycottRollingStone has been trending on Twitter all morning. @BostonBachelor wrote: Hey @RollingStone you could have honored any victim of the Bombing with your cover. But you chose a Terrorist #BoycottRollingStone ... If the cover photo looks familiar to you, it's because it was posted on social media by Tsarnev himself and shared previously by several media outlets. Rolling Stone, which publishes Tsarnev's first name as Jahar, calls the story on its Facebook page "a deeply reported account" of the life of the Boston bomber"/Scott Kleinberg, Chicago Tribune. More here.
Question: Does Rolling Stone deserve the social media firestorm it created by putting the Boston Marathon bombing suspect on the cover?