- The Washington Times - Monday, July 29, 2013

Hollywood’s James Woods took to Twitter to condemn a recent Rolling Stone magazine edition that seemed to glorify terrorism by splashing a rock-star-type photograph of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on its cover.

His weekend tweet included a mock-up of a Rolling Stone cover with the head shot of the 8-year-old boy, Martin Richard, who was killed in the April 15 blast.

Mr. Woods‘ accompanying Twitter text: “Rolling Stone cover we will never see.”

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On Monday, the tweet was still making social media waves, with nearly 700 retweets and more than 260 ‘favorites’ clicks.

Mr. Woods made the news just a week ago for another series of similarly blunt Twitter rants on President Obama’s opining on the George Zimmerman trial. After Mr. Obama likened himself to 17-year-old shooting victim Trayvon Martin, Mr. Woods tweeted: “Just curious. Does the president of the United States have any advice for other teenage boys in America? Wounded warriors for example.”