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Adolf Hitler Parents Lose Fourth Custody For Child Naming

11/23/2011 12:50 PM ET

Adolf Hitler Parents Custody - Adolf Hitler naming and ‘psychological disabilities’ is the reason why parents Heath and Deborah Campbell stand to lose their fourth child. The baby, named Hons, was taken from them just hours after his birth last week at a Hunterdon County Hospital, by New Jersey officials.

A doctor reportedly called authorities shortly after the baby was born. The couple’s other three children, who were all given Nazi-inspired names, were taken from the Campbells two years ago because of the parents’ unspecified “psychological disabilities” and because investigators feared violence in the home, according to court documents.

Adolf Hitler’s frustrated father is blasting New Jersey officials for removing his children from his home only “because of their names,” reports AP. Heath Campbell also charged that his 2-year-old daughter, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation, appeared sick and dirty when he was allowed to see her.

“It’s basically a kidnapping, but they use different terms,” said Campbell.

Authorities first took notice of the family after a supermarket refused to decorate a birthday cake using Adolf’s name.

A panel of three appellate judges ruled in August 2010 that the DYFS was correct in removing the three children including Adolf Hitler, from the parents custody because father was “a risk of harm to his children” and the mothers “denials of her husband’s history of violence also made her a risk of harm to the children,” according to The Star-Ledger.

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