Parents of Hitler say there was no abuse

Oct. 27, 2011 at 12:42 PM   |   Comments

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FLEMINGTON, N.J., Oct. 27 (UPI) -- The parents of children named Adolf Hitler and Aryan Nation say a New Jersey judge found no evidence of abuse in their home but the kids have not been returned.

The children were removed from their home after their parents, Heath and Deborah Campbell asked a grocery store in Greenwich, N.J., to write "Adolf Hitler" on the boy's birthday cake in January 2009, WCAU-TV, Philadelphia, reported.

In August 2010, a New Jersey Appeals court ruled there was sufficient evidence abuse or neglect because of domestic violence in the home, however, last month a different court ruled that there was no evidence of abuse, the parents say.

The Campbells maintain the only reason the children were taken is because of their given names, Adolf Hitler Campbell, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell

"Actually, the judge and [Division of Youth and Family Services] told us that there was no evidence of abuse and that it was the names! They were taken over the children's names," said Heath Campbell while he, his wife and several other people protested outside of child services offices in Flemington, N.J., Tuesday.

"They beg to come home all of the time," Deborah Campbell said. "They beg to see their dad, they want to see their dad all the time."

The Campbells said a judge will decide if the kids will come home in December.

"Can't wait for the decision," Heath Campbell said. "Can't wait for them to come home."

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