Courthouse News Service:  “Two California Highway Patrol officers who emailed gruesome photos of a decapitated 18-year-old accident victim to their friends on Halloween, ‘for pure shock value,’ must answer to claims brought by the victim’s family after the images ‘were strewn about the Internet and spit back at family members, accompanied by hateful messages,’ a California appeals court ruled.  Justice Richard Aronson revived the family’s privacy claims and chided the officers for their allegedly ‘morally deficient’ behavior.”