Adolf Hitler’s Parents Fight to Get Him Back

Remember 3-year-old Adolf Hitler Campbell, and his sisters Joyce Lynn Aryan Nation Campbell, 1, and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell, 9 months? They were the little kids who were removed from their New Jersey home last week. (Of course, that wasn’t their first time in the spotlight: When Adolf’s parents once tried getting him a birthday cake, the bake shop refused to put the child’s name on a cake.) Now parents Deborah and Heath, who lack adorable White Power names themselves, are trying to get their kids back.

New Jersey authorities took custody of three children with Nazi-themed names because of bogus allegations of abuse in the household, the children’s mother said Tuesday.

Deborah Campbell said a neighbor made allegations that the children had been abused and that Campbell’s husband, Heath Campbell, had abused her.

“My husband and I would never abuse our children, and he would never harm anybody,” she said.

Campbell said Tuesday she was taking the extraordinary step of speaking out, in violation of a Hunterdon County family court order over the custody dispute, in an attempt to find affordable legal representation to win custody. [Express-Times]

Now if we were in Germany, it wouldn’t matter whether there was actual physical violence against the kids; merely naming your child “Adolf Hitler” is a crime.