From the Associated Press via the San Francisco Gate: In a protest against the Bush administration's ban of photographs showing the coffins of soldiers killed in Iraq, Nadia McCaffrey, a California woman whose son, Army Spc. Patrick McCaffrey, 34, was killed in an ambush, allowed reporters, photographers and television crews to watch as her son's coffin was transported Sunday night from an airport cargo terminal in Sacramento to a hearse. Although the ceremony did not officially break the military's regulation, which applies only to coffins at military facilities, Nadia McCaffrey was clear about her motivations. "I don't care what President Bush wants," she told the Los Angeles Times. "This is enough. We have to react."