PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA said that he may reconsider the ban on photographing the caskets of service men and women who died in combat.
In place since 1991, the ban has been denied the public the ability to witness the "dignified transfer of remains."
Some argue that politics is in play - showing the coffins will turn the public against the war. Others argue that allowing the press to document these transfers disrespects the service these soldiers provided, and it is an intrusion on the family's privacy.
Should the media be allowed to document the return of our deceased soldiers?
10 months ago