Last night, comedian Louis C.K. appeared at Madison Square Garden showing his support for the murder victims at the French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo.
The comedian wore “a red T-shirt with the magazine’s name written on it in black ink.”
“The words appeared to be handwritten, although it was unclear whether Louis C.K. himself made the shirt.”
Others public figures demonstrated their support for the satire magazine after 12 people were gunned down and murdered by men screaming “Allahu akbar.”
Salman Rushdie also came out publicly against the attacks, as did Jon Stewart, who said “Comedy shouldn’t be an act of courage.”
— Mike Ivers (@TheMikeIvers) January 8, 2015