Heath & Deborah Campbell: Nazi naming parents of kids don’t get their custody

August 7th, 2010 - 12:45 am ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt  

Trenton, Aug 6 (THAINDIAN NEWS) A New Jersey appeals court has upheld the earlier decision of the state of New Jersey to take the children of a couple who gave their children Nazi inspired names. The ruling was given on Thursday.

The couple consists of Heath and Deborah Campbell and they had their children taken away from them in January 2009 to the foster home after the state said the children were in immediate danger at their homes. But the couple says they believe the state took their children because of their names.

However during the Thursday ruling, the judges said they believed with the parent’s own mental and physical disabilities, the children will not be safe with them. The three judges determined that the state have given enough evidence that the couple should not have the children, thus canceling an earlier ruling by a family court.

The couple who are at best semi illiterates made the news headlines a month before their children were taken away from them when a supermarket refused to decorate their son’s birthday cake because of his name. The couple had named their son as Adolf Hitler Campbell. The couple’s other children are JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honszlynn Hinler Jeanie Campbell.

It ought to be mentioned that Heath cannot read while Deborah did not finish her tenth grade.

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