Friday, July 3, 2015

Kids with Nazi-themed middle names in state custody

The three New Jersey children with Nazi-themed middle names have been placed in the custody of the state, police said. Holland Township Police Sgt. John Harris workers from the state Division of Youth and Family Services removed 3-year-old Adolf Hitler Campbell and his younger sisters, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell. Harris, who as there to keep order on Tuesday, says DYFS did not tell police the reason the children were removed. DYFS spokeswoman Kate Bernyk says the child-welfare agency does not comment on specific cases. The children and their parents, Heath and Deborah Campbell, received attention last month when a northwestern supermarket bakery refused to put Adolf Hitler Campbell’s name on a birthday cake. From AP via the Easton-Express Times of Easton, Pa. Read more breaking news in our From The Source blog.

Kids with Nazi-themed middle names in state custody

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The three New Jersey children with Nazi-themed  middle names have been placed in the custody of the state, police said.

Holland Township Police Sgt. John Harris workers from the state Division of Youth and Family Services removed 3-year-old Adolf Hitler Campbell and his younger sisters, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell.

Harris, who as there to keep order on Tuesday, says DYFS did not tell police the reason the children were removed. DYFS spokeswoman Kate Bernyk says the child-welfare agency does not comment on specific cases.

The children and their parents, Heath and Deborah Campbell, received attention last month when a northwestern supermarket bakery refused to put Adolf Hitler Campbell’s name on a birthday cake.

From AP via the Easton-Express Times of Easton, Pa.

Read more breaking news in our From The Source blog.
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