Campbell children removed due
to an alleged domestic dispute ...

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Campbell, Heath and JoyceLynn Aryan Nation

Holland Township resident Heath Campbell holds his daughter, 1-year-old JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell (photo credit: Express-Times Photo/Bruce Winter). Mr. Campbell named his son Adolph Hitler Campbell (please move your mouse over the photo above to view his son's photo).

Heath and Deborah Campbell, January 2009, New Jersey, U.S.A.

Heath and Deborah Campbell of New Jersey lost their children to the local "child protection" agency. The reason of removal is not disclosed.

Adolf Hitler Campbell and his younger sisters, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell were removed on January 9, 2009. The family received attention in December 2008 when a supermarket bakery refused to put Adolf Hitler Campbell's name on a birthday cake. Sgt. John Harris of the Holland Township Police Department confirmed that there is no complaint of abuse or neglect. Harris said, "As far as I know, he (the father) has always been very good with the children."

As usual, "child protection" agency refused to comment on specific case (a common tactic often used by government to keep people in the dark). There is speculation that the children were removed because they were named after Nazi leaders, hence constitutes mental abuse. Despite the statement from a New Jersey Department of Youth and Family Services spokeswoman Kate Bernyk that the agency would not remove children from a home based on their names alone, naming your children after such characters will draw unwanted attention. It is also said that the children were removed due to domestic dispute in which the children are never involved.

The Campbell children were subsequently removed by child protective service (CPS). Associated Press reported that the Campbell children were still in foster care two months after removal. A judge had increased visitation from once per week to thrice. Below are news footage covering the story of their removal.


           

           

[This page was added on 1 February 2009, last revised 4 October 2010.]