Adolf Hitler’s Baby Brother Hons Taken Away From Parents

Must people understood (but many disagreed with) why child services decided to take Adolf Hitler and his sisters JoyceLynn Aryan Nation and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie away from their parents Heath and Deborah Campbell. But why baby Hons? Hons was just 17-hours old when he was taken from his parents.

The New York Daily News identifies the new born child as Hons Campbell. Which, according to my knowledge, isn’t an offensive name. So why would the DYFS confiscate the child? Heath Campbell doesn’t understand why Hons was taken. Heath said:

“There’s no legal binding court order. It’s basically a kidnapping, but they use different terms.”

The Division of Youth and Family Service told the Express-Times that they were prohibited by law from providing information about the case. The Express-Times reports that guards were stationed outside of Deborah’s hospital room while she was in labor to make sure that the child had no contact with its mother.

Adolf Hitler and his two sisters were taken into custody in 2009. Deborah and Heath have been fighting to regain control of their children saying that the abuse charges are false and that their children were taken away solely because of their unusual names.

Heath and Deborah will have a court hearing today to find out if they can regain custody of Hons.

Do you think the DYFS was right to take custody of Hons? Should Adolf Hitler and his sister’s be returned to Heath and Deborah Campbell? It’s clear that Heath and Deborah Campbell have a strange affection for Nazi culture, but does that mean that they shouldn’t be allowed to be parents?