'Adolf Hitler' taken away from parents by NJ court

August 6, 2010 17:25


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A New Jersey appellate court Friday ruled that Adolf Hitler Campbell and his two siblings would be permanently taken away from their parents due to abuse.

The Campbells gave each of their three children names in honor of the Nazi regime.  Both parents are unemployed, suffer from disabilities and experienced severe parental abuse when they were children.

The Campbell children have been in foster homes since January 2009 after the allegations of physical and mental abuse of their children were lodged.

The Campbells first gained national exposure when a local New Jersey supermarket refused to decorate a birthday cake for their child with icing that was to have read, "Happy Birthday, Adolf Hitler."

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