According to the National Enquirer, parents of the boy named Adolf Hitler, lost their battle with the Family Child Services for Adolf Hitler Custody. In 2009, the Youth and Family Services of New Jersey took over for Adolf Hitler Custody, against the wishes of the boy’s parents.
Adolf Hitler Custody - How it happened
News sources report that in 2009, Heath and Deborah Campbell triggered the Adolf Hitler Custody case when a story broke out that they were refused to birthday cake at the local ShopRite. The story goes that the local supermarket simply refused to bake them a cake when Adolf’s parents asked the shop to write “Happy Birthday Adolf Hitler” on the cake. When the incident hit the news wires it created a national furor. According to news stories, Wal-Mart agreed to back the cake for them the way they wanted it.
Adolf Hitler custody battles started when New Jersey’s Child Welfare officials removed Adolf Hitler then 3, his 1-year old sister JoyceLynn Aryan Nation, and the 8-month-old Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie from Campbell’s home. The officials never gave any reason for taking over Adolf Hitler custody; also at the time the local Police department mentioned that they had not received any reports of abuse or negligence. Many believe the reason for Adolf Hitler custody case is because the Child Welfare views naming a child after one of the most hated man in the history, as child abuse. It has been over 33 months since New Jersey foster care system has JoyceLynn Aryan Nation and Adolf Hitler custody.
Adolf Hitler custody – what’s the latest?
The National Enquirer reports that according to court records, Heath and Deborah Campbell suffer from psychological disorders that are not specified. The Campbells have repeatedly denied being neo-Nazis, despite the reports that their home is adorned with Third Reich memorabilia and swastikas. Campbells have been denied Adolf Hitler custody again, despite the fact that a family court was unable to find any reports of child abuse or negligence.
In an interview with Philadelphia’s NBC news, Campbells said, “The judge and (the Division of Youth and Family Services) told us that there was no evidence of abuse and that it was the names!” They further added, “They were taken over the children’s names.” The Campbells have repeatedly protested to Family Child Services for JoyceLynn Aryan, Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie, and Adolf Hitler custody, and charged state officials in Adolf Hitler custody case with prejudice.
Adolf Hitler Custody – YouTube Files
- Couple who named son Adolf Hitler lose custody battle despite being cleared of abuse (news.nationalpost.com)
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