Adolf Hitler, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation, Honszlynn Hinler

January 26, 2012 by staff 

Adolf Hitler, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation, Honszlynn Hinler, The parents who gave their children Nazi-inspired names say they were found not guilty of child abuse Tuesday though have yet to receive their children from protective custody.

Heath and Deborah Campbell of New Jersey say their children Adolf Hitler, 5, Aryan Nation, 4, and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell, 3, received their names simply because they liked them and they were unique, not equating to child abuse.

But 33 months later, their children are still being held in foster care, despite a court ruling Tuesday the parents say was in their favour.

Officials with the New Jersey Family Court had no comment Tuesday.

‘I don’t sleep, I don’t eat much. I miss my kids. Miss their pitter patters on the floor,’ their mother told NBC 10. ‘It’s hard. I fall asleep with their pictures.’

Following the judge’s decision, the family says the children may come home by early December.

“Can’t wait for the decision,” Mr Campbell said after hearing the news. “Can’t wait for them to come home.”

Ms Campbell says her children were removed in January of 2009 after she requested a birthday cake for their son at a local grocery store to read, ‘Happy Birthday Adolf Hitler.’

Chilling court records: The oldest child, Adolf (shown with a sister), was reported in court documents to frequently threaten to kill people

While the first store refused the request, Ms Campbell says a Walmart’s bakery in Pennsylvania obliged.

But immediately following the boy’s birthday the parents were summoned in reports of child abuse or neglect.

In 2010 a New Jersey appeals court ruled that there was sufficient evidence of abuse or neglect in the home because of prior domestic violence — the Campbells have denied despite a gag order — causing the children’s removal into foster care.

The authorities had said it had nothing to do with their names.

‘Actually, the judge and DYFS told us that there was no evidence of abuse and that it was the names!’ Mr Campbell said on Tuesday following the hearing. ‘They were taken over the children’s names,’ he insists.

But court records last year stated that both of the children’s parents had been victims themselves of childhood abuse and while unemployed, were suffering from unspecified physical and psychological disabilities.

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