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Adolf Hitler, 3, Removed From Home
Social services take Adolf and sisters away from parents
By Rob Quinn, Newser Staff
Posted Jan 14, 2009 4:11 AM CST
Heath Campbell, left, wife Deborah and son Adolf Hitler, 3, pose for a photo last month.   (AP Photo/Rich Schultz)

(Newser) – Authorities have removed Adolf Hitler Campbell and his siblings from their parents' New Jersey home, the Express-Times reports. Adolf, 3, and his baby sisters— JoyceLynn Aryan Nation and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie—were taken by social services. It wasn't immediately clear why they were removed. There were no reports of neglect or abuse, police said. A hearing will be held tomorrow. The family first made headlines when a supermarket refused to write Adolf's name on a birthday cake.

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Jan 16, 2009 12:03 AM CST
Well folks, I think we all learned a valuable lesson from this article, and that is: Bake your own Nazi cakes.
Jan 15, 2009 4:34 AM CST
well.....Being from South Texas, AND German, I think that the slur of "it's OK in the south", is one of utter bovine balderdash....(thats bullshit for you *ahem* north state people, so I will try to use little words.) Skin heads and the despicable Aryans are not welcome down here......... either...and as for "educated" .last I heard, NASA does not have a major facility in New York now do they, ......oops my bad...that may be because of equatorial proximity, and the dynamics of utilizing the earths spin to enhance orbital insertion of extra-atmospherical vehicles, and less incedence electrical geomagnetic interference with electronics due to magnetopolar proximity, but I am not a 100% positive on that ....seeins hows i's just a dumb red neck souther "yall"...we uns just simple folks down he.uh....besides, aint that putz that named his progeny that despicable moniker from Jersey????????? But I
Jan 15, 2009 2:35 AM CST
It seams this family wants negative attention! Why couldn’t they just have the first name on the cake? Naming a child after a person their ancestry. The German people don’t see as a great person along with the rest of the world. Most people name children after someone who did a great thing. In this light there has to be more going on in that family. So the Authorities thought it best to take the children. It is scary that there are no details of the reason why.