Generally speaking, there is nothing much you can do about it. If it is stuck then it's stuck. You can Google for a program called PixelPal to see if it can help, but that is doubtful.
Unless you purchased some type of protection plan specifically for the LCD screen (most online stores do not offer this option), then you cannot return the laptop for an exchange or refund unless you are still within a generic 2 week return policy period.
I just look at that picture he linked. It's not one, or a couple. Looks like DOZENS!
The image never loaded for me, but playing with it for a bit I got it to. Hot damn thats not right. Whatever the problem might be it doesn't seem to be stuck pixels. It looks more like it was banged up installing it. Try and return/exchange it or at worst send it in for an RMA if it's past the return point but under warranty.