Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Mom, can I go play at Adolf's house?

From the Lehigh Valley Times:

UPDATE: Toddler called Adolf Hitler, sisters not removed from home because of Nazi names

A New Jersey Department of Youth and Family Services spokeswoman says that the agency would not remove children from a home because of their names.

DYFS made the statement today after The Express-Times reported Tuesday that the state had taken Adolf Hitler Campbell, 3, and his younger sisters, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie, from their parent's Holland Township, Hunterdon County home.


The children's parents, Heath and Deborah Campbell, attracted national media attention last month when they complained after a supermarket bakery refused to put their son's full name on a birthday cake.

This story creeps me out on soooo many levels, I can't even begin to list them.

PS -- just a bit of neo-Nazi trivia for you...the initials H H in little Jeannie's name are apparently code for Heil Hitler, often also represented by the number 88 in neo-Nazi lore, as H is the eighth letter of the alphabet.

1 comment:

linskyfaye said...

It frightens me the things you know..