Authorities Take Adolf Hitler Kid And Siblings Away From Parents

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Wow:

State authorities have removed Adolf Hilter Campbell and his two sisters from their parents’ home in Holland Township, township police Chief David Van Gilson said today.

New Jersey’s Division of Youth and Family Services took the 3-year-old, as well as JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell, 1, and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell, who turns 1 in April, the chief said.

The chief  claimed that he didn’t know why the children were taken but said his department had received no reports of abuse or neglect.

I’m not quite sure what to make of this. On the one hand, I’m glad they’ve been taken because in my opinion, they’re unfit parents for naming their kids such names…..but I’m not queen of the world. We are a nation of laws. Can the case be made that they’re unfit parents based on the names they chose?

Unless there’s more to the story, I’m not sure  how NJ’s Div. of Youth and Family Services has the right to do this.  What do you think?

All I know is I feel bad for those kids…..the parents – not so much.

More:

at Hot Air:

The state statute defines child cruelty to include the infliction of “unnecessary suffering or pain, either mental or physical” — like naming a kid after Hitler? — but it also defines “child abuse” to include, er, the habitual use of profanity. (Yes, really.)

Maybe the dad has a really bad potty mouth, and that’s the pretense for taking the kids?


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7 thoughts on “Authorities Take Adolf Hitler Kid And Siblings Away From Parents

  1. It is likely that New Jersey’s child-welfare thugs are as little restricted by the law as ours in New York. To wit: child-welfare agents in NY state can seize your children on “any sufficient evidence of abuse or neglect” — an entirely undefined term — and hold them for as long as they please, during which time whether you’re permitted to see them is at their discretion. If the “evidence” is a statement from a neighbor or other third party, they are not obligated to tell you who made it or what its substance was. The police are obligated to assist them in carrying out the seizure, with whatever means are required, including the use of deadly force. If you sue to get your kids back, the family courts place the burden of proof on you.

    I used to think that what happened to Elian Gonzalez was an aberration. I also used to think that I live in a free country.

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  2. will it even matter in 15 or 20 yrs that this kid’s name is AH? I mean the way we/schools are white washing (can I say that or is it racist?) the bad things that happen in history even Hitler’s actions may be glossed over.

    if they promise to name their next kid Obama will it make up for their mistake?

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  3. I used to think that what happened to Elian Gonzalez was an aberration. I also used to think that I live in a free country.

    Except that it can be distinguished on the basis that Elian wasn’t with his parents. That one has always divided me. I’m a Dad. The State attempts to take my child at their peril. And yet that meant returning him to a father who only had a passing familiarity with him, in a stinking communist cesspool passing itself off as a nation.

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  4. whatever means are required, including the use of deadly force

    Untrue. Article 35 of the NYS Criminal Procedure Law states that deadly force may ONLY be used in response to deadly force.

    Your other statements are, however, correct. Anyone involved in law enforcement in NY has always known that the most powerful judge in the system is the Family Court judge. No other has the absolute, unquestioned right to remove a child from it’s parents for only a “presumption” of guilt, prior to any legal proceeding. You are absolutely correct that a police agency has no input, and indeed – no right of refusal – to assist these people.

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  5. “Article 35 of the NYS Criminal Procedure Law states that deadly force may ONLY be used in response to deadly force.”

    De jure, you’re correct. De facto, I stand by my claim. NYS courts have repeatedly exonerated police and sheriffs’ departments for unconscionable brutality in the execution of child seizures. I’m personally acquainted with the victims in several cases. If the law is not enforced as written, then there is no law.

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  6. An example, please, of a case of deadly force used in a child removal case that was given a pass by the courts?

    Define “unconscionable brutality in ” brutality while you’re at it, and examples of same? Are you claiming this as some new legal definition?

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