Parents who have given their kids Nazi inspired names includinghave now lost custody of their three children after a court said yesterday there was evidence of abuse.
The wife told Fox news that her husband has never put his hands on his children or even raised his hands toward his children. They say they are not racist and that they are just exercising their freedom to name their kids what they want. The husband even showed the name Adolf in a book of baby names.
and Deborah Campbell's kids were taken from their home in Phillipsburg, New Jersey, back in January after a neighbor claimed they were being physically mentally and emotionally abused.
Previous to that a local ShopRite refused to put the name Adolf Hitler on a birthday cake, which first brought attention to the media in December.
The youngest child, is named Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie, after Heinrick Luitpold Himmler, a Nazi politician.
A Second daughter is named JoyceLynn Aryan Nation. Aryan Nations is a white nationalist neo-Nazi organization.
Yesterday an appeals court said there was evidence of abuse in the home, according to Fox news. Despite a gag order, the parents talked to Fox news, saying they don't think it's right.
All of their children have been in foster care. They are being tight lipped about the exact reason that the parents have “lost custody.” In other words they are not saying what evidence has been brought forth to bring cause for them to not have their children back.
"We have a right to have our kids named. A name's a name," Heath said in the interview. "Our kids are beautiful kids, they're not going to grow up to hate people, they're not going to grow up to hurt people."
Source: CNEWS Fox News Channel