Boston police officials have applauded Kelly Osbourne and her brother Jack for calling on the editors of music publication Rolling Stone to donate the profits from their new issue to the victims of the city's recent bombings. Bosses at the magazine have come under fire for putting bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover of their new issue, just three months after the Boston Marathon atrocities. Both Osbourne siblings have attacked the decision on social media sites, claiming Rolling Stone editors have "glamorised" a killer. Jack Osbourne states, "Innocent people have been killed or injured by the alleged actions of this man. There is no justification for awarding him a cover spot traditionally reserved for entertainment icons. It is this kind of action that encourages other sick individuals to act out in hopes of earning notoriety or martyrdom for their cause." But he suggests magazine bosses can make up for their poor judgment by donating the profits from the issue to charity. He adds, "The innocent victims, their families, the first responders, and the people of Boston are the ones who deserve to be honoured and remembered. We challenge Rolling Stone Magazine to donate ALL profits (retail and advertising revenue) generated from the August issue to all the victims, surviving family members, and first responders adversely affected by the Boston Marathon bombings." Well over 40,000 people have signed the petition, which Osbourne helped launch with his sister, and now police officials in Boston have reached out to thank the brother and sister. In a tweet addressed to Kelly on Wednesday (24Jul13), a police spokesman writes, "Thanks to you and Jack for asking Rolling Stone to donate their Aug profits! Boston Police now need years of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) programming."