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Clearly Anti-White Discrimination As Baby Hitler Parents Lose Custody of All Three of Their Kids, Even Though No Signs Of Abuse, It Was All In The Names


Clearly Anti-White Discrimination As Baby Hitler Parents Lose Custody of All Three of Their Kids, Even Though No Signs Of Abuse, It Was All In The Names


Parents who named two of their children “Adolf Hitler” and “Aryan Nation” lost custody of all three of their children Thursday, even though they say a New Jersey appeals court found no evidence of abuse, ruling the children have been taken away without cause, MyFoxPhilly reports.
“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.
However, the appeals court ruled last year that sufficient evidence of abuse or neglect existed because of domestic violence in the home, and removed the children from their Philipsburg, N.J.home.
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In protest, Heath and Deborah Campbell  picketed with three other people outside of child services offices in Flemington, N.J., Tuesday, saying that the state has no right to keep their children away from them now that the court allegedly ruled that the kids were taken away without cause, NBC 10 reports.


The case originated after the local ShopRite refused to decorate a birthday cake for the son, Adolf Hitler Campbell, and reported the incident. Adolf and siblings JoyceLynn Aryan Nation and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie have been in foster care since then.
In January 2009, the Campbells told MyFoxPhilly that Adolf Hitler Campbell is just like 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.
“I went to just to get a cake… it was a circus of racism,” Heath Campbell added.
At the time both parents acknowledge the hate behind their children’s names. But say that was not their intention.
“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.Read more: 

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