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Family Who Gave Kids Nazi Names Lose Custody

I never thought I would say this, but I am really happy for Hitler. 

Yes, that’s right. The New Jersey couple, Heath and Deborah Campbell, famous for creating a stir when a grocery store refused to write their son’s name on a birthday cake, have had their Nazi named children taken away from them and will not be regaining custody. The court did not rule this way because the couple are Anti-Semitic psychos, but because of their disabilities and the risk of serious injury to their children.

The state removed Adolph Hitler, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honszlynn Hinler in January 2009 and they have been living in foster care. While being taken away from the family is usually not a good thing, these children are much better off.

Heath accused the state of removing the children because of their names and said government officials were relying on unproven accusations made by a neighbor and by an ex-wife who charged him with abusing her years ago, reports the AP. According to court records, both parents are unemployed and both suffer from unspecified physical and psychological disabilities. The panel also found the parents “recklessly created a risk of serious injury to their children by failing to protect the children from harm and failing to acknowledge and treat their disabilities.”

Hopefully they will be getting help. Both parents were victims of childhood abuse and neither “have received adequate treatment for their serious psychological conditions.” Heath can not read and Deborah only finished 10th grade.

But that’s not all. Heath has threatened to kill Deborah. “Hes thrend to have me killed or kill me himself hes alread tried it a few times. Im afread that he might hurt my children if they are keeped in his care. He teaches my son how to kill someone at the age of 3,” states a letter she wrote and later denied in court.

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