Adolf Hitler Campbell Parents Heath And Deborah Campbell Custody Denied


Adolf Hitler Campbell Parents Heath And Deborah Campbell Custody Denied – A New Jersey couple gave their children Nazi-inspired names will not be regaining custody of their children, ruled a state appeals court because the parents’ disabilities present a serious risk to the children. Heath and Deborah Campbell had three small children removed from their home in January 2009.

The couple had first come into the public spotlight after a local supermarket worker refused to decorate a birthday cake for their son, Adolf Hitler Campbell. His other siblings are named JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell. Since they were removed, they have been living in foster care.

A family court determined earlier that there was insufficient evidence that the parents had abused the children.That decision was eventually stayed until the appeals court could look at the matter and rule on it. A three-judge panel looked at the case, and decided that the children should not be returned.

Heath Campbell said last year that he believed the children were taken because officials thought that they were in “imminent danger,” and accused the state of removing the children because of their names. Of course, he probably should have thought about the repercussions that could come from giving your children Nazi-themed names.
The children’s names and birthday cake incident were not mentioned in Thursday’s ruling. The court said that there were other reasons that the children should not live with their parents. They are both unemployed and suffer from unspecified physical and psychological disabilities.