Nazi-Naming Parents Lose Child Custody
Nazi-naming parents lose custody of their children. The New Jersey parents known for nazi-naming their children have lost custody. A state appeals court ruled that the nazi-naming couple should not be parents.
The state removed Heath and Deborah Campbell's three small children from their home in January 2009. A month earlier, the family drew attention when a supermarket refused to decorate a birthday cake for their son, Adolf Hitler Campbell. He and siblings JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell have been in foster care.
A family court determined that there was insufficient evidence that the parents had abused or neglected the children. That decision was stayed until the appeals court could review it. On Thursday, the three-judge appeals panel determined there was enough evidence and that the children should not be returned.
The panel sent the case back to family court for further monitoring. A gag order remains in place and the parties refused to discuss the decision. Heath Campbell believes the state of removed the children because officials were relying on unproven accusations made by a neighbor and an ex-wife.