PETA Distributes Explicit Comic Books at Valley School

The images showed diseased cows and calves being taken away from their mothers.

A comic book PETA distributed at a Woodland Hills school last week.
A comic book PETA distributed at a Woodland Hills school last week.
Graphic images, both in cartoon form and photographs, of cows raised for food angered some parents at the Calabash Charter School in Woodland Hills.

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals passed out the literature last week, according to KTLA News. The effort was reportedly coordinated by a parent at the school.

PETA officials told KTLA they think nothing wrong with distributing the explicit images to school children, even as young as kindergartners. 
Marsia February 06, 2014 at 04:00 PM
If they did this on school property, by a parent, then why is the child allowed to stay in charter school? Each parent and child in a charter school have to sign a contract, and if they don't abide by the contract, out goes the child, back to a regular school.
Marsia February 06, 2014 at 04:04 PM
FYI my husband is a pescaderian and I've reduced my animal intake. Still how PETA does what they do and how far the go makes most people anti-PETA. I know my household is.


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