August 9, 2010 | 2:25 pm
Posted by Mihal Levy
A bakery refused to print a child’s name on his birthday cake over a year ago, bringing attention to the Campbell family of New Jersey. The boy’s name - Adolf Hitler (Campbell). Not only did little Adolf not receive his personalized birthday cake, but was court-ordered to be removed from his home along with his sisters: Joyce Lynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell. And now, a year later, little Adolf will not be going home still.
According to JTA (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) New Jersey’s appeals court ruled against Adolf’s parents for custody of their children. The cake incident brought attention to the Nazi-inspired family, but removal was based on evidence of child abuse and neglect according to the Associated Press.
The parent’s “subtle” naming of their children will have life-long effects on the innocent trio. Only this Adolf is a cute toddler, who will most likely grow up to be hated (by most). Hopefully the childrens’ names are changed soon, they get the little boy some cake, and place the siblings in a good home. Is Mel Gibson looking to adopt?
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