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Parents Seek Return of Children ‘Adolf Hitler’ and ‘Aryan Nation’

Deborah and Heath Campbell are still fighting for the return of their three children after 33 months.
By: Ashley Baylen
Published: October 26th, 2011 in News » World
Deborah Campbell with son, Adolf Hitler

Parents Heath and Deborah Campbell are still fighting for their three children to be returned to them after 33 months.

In 2009, the Campbell’s children- Adolf Hitler, Aryan Nation, and Honszlynn Hinler- were taken from the couple by New Jersey child welfare officials, after an incident at a local ShopRite. The Campbell’s visited the grocery store to order a birthday cake for their son. The bakery refused to make a cake with the writing “Happy Birthday Adolf Hitler”. This incident garnered media attention, and eventually led to the Campbell’s children being taken from them.

Last year, a State appeals court decided not to return the children to Heath and Deborah Campbell, ruling that the children were at risk of abuse and neglect. On Tuesday, however, the court ruled that sufficient evidence could not be presented to prove abuse or neglect, but the children are still not being returned.

“Actually, the judge and DYFS told us that there was no evidence of abuse and that it was the names. They were taken over the children's names,” Heath Campbell told NBC 10 Tuesday.

The parents claim to have chosen these names because they were unique, and do not understand how this decision could equate to child abuse.

"This is America, they say it's free, you have the right to name your child whatever you want to name your child, no matter what," Heath Campbell said.

Both parents claim that they are not Neo-Nazis, despite the swastikas at their home. In fact, they don’t believe naming their children Adolf Hitler or Aryan Nation will negatively impact their future at all.

Deborah Campbell explained in January 2009 that Adolf Hitler is no different than any other 3-year-old boy.

"It's not like he's growing up to be a killer or nothing like that," Deborah Campbell said.

The appeals court also pointed out that both parents are unemployed and disabled, were abused as children themselves, and have not received the necessary treatment “for their serious psychological conditions.”

In December, the court will provide it’s final ruling to determine whether the Campbell’s will have their children returned. The Campbell’s are very hopeful.

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

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