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The photograph that graced the cover of your April 22 issue is one of the finest ever printed by your magazine. The image of the three police officers springing into action in the seconds following the Boston Marathon bombing serves as a reminder of how emergency responders risk their lives on a daily basis to protect the public. Thank you for showing some of the unsung heroes from that tragic day.
David Maull, Ocean View, Del.
I feel there is no place in your magazine for the gruesome and graphic photos from the Boston Marathon. I understand this horrific tragedy took place during a sporting event, but I do not see the need to publish the photo depicting blood, a severed foot, and injured and frightened people.
Rachel Harken, Pittsburgh
There was something jarring about David L. Ryan's LEADING OFF photo on pages 6 and 7. It shows the exact moment that John Tlumacki was taking the cover photo. Both are destined to be iconic pictures in American history.
Garon Hart, Roswell, Ga.
A Father's Day
Thanks to Steve Rushin for his POINT AFTER regarding the Boston tragedy. He summed up perfectly the feelings of parents as he described the emotions caused by the events in Sandy Hook as well as those on Patriots' Day. Superb writing in the midst of terror.
Karl Pister, Woodburn, Ore.
Paging King George