3. Thousands have taken to Facebook to rally behind the Massachusetts State Police Sgt. Sean Murphy, who released shocking pictures of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, in retaliation for Rolling Stone’s controversial cover featuring the alleged Boston bomber.
4. The Boston Herald reported that by Sunday night the Save Sgt. Sean Murphy page had received 21,000 likes. By Monday morning, more than 45,000 people had liked the page, many of whom believed Murphy was a “true hero.”
Murphy (left) poses with Jeff Bauman who lost both his legs in the Boston bombing.