NEW FACES OF TEAM USSA
Name: Katie Marquardt
Position: Executive Assistant
Enjoys: Shooting and camping
What I Love About USSA: I grew up
in a family passionate about hunting
and I’ve learned there’s no healthier
way to provide meals for your family
and no greater way to contribute to
all things USSA protects.
Name: Zac Lemmon
Position: Associate Director of Field
Enjoys: Bow hunting
What I Love About USSA: The
USSA protects what I love best: the
outdoors and a hunting lifestyle.
Name: Keilee Guthrie
Position: Associate Education Director
Enjoys: Shooting sports
What I Love About USSA: USSA has
given me the opportunity to work
alongside motivated and passionate
professionals who are dedicated
to preserving America’s outdoor
PETA Hands Children Pamphlet of Mutilated Cows
arents of elementary children in the southern
California town of Woodland Hills are outraged
after People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
(PETA) handed out pamphlets to their children filled
with graphic images of mutilated cows disguised as
Alliance President and CEO, Nick Pinizzotto. “PETA is
trying to depict our nation’s farmers as animal abusers
and mainstream America will not stand for that.”
PETA frequently uses disturbing images and videos
in an attempt to promote their misguided messages.
Parents of the elementary students in California were
The seemingly innocent pamphlet titled “A Cow’s Life,” not amused by this latest stunt and are considering
instead had a leaflet inserted with images of calves taking PETA to court over the graphic images.
being electrocuted, mutilated, and more as described
by parents of the students.
As reported by CBS Los Angeles, children as young as
six years old were given the disturbing pamphlets.
PETA claims the pamphlet is an educational piece and
that the hidden leaflet inside depicting images such as
dairy farmers with machetes and cows with infected
udders could have been “an innocent mix up.”
“There was nothing innocent about this very disturbing
attempt to influence our youth.” said U.S. Sportsmen’s
Sportsmen’s Monthly February/March 2014