A US couple who named their children Adolf Hitler and Aryan Nation have been found not guilty of abuse but will not regain custody of their children.
Five-year-old Adolf Hitler and his sisters Aryan Nation and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell, both three, have been in foster care since being removed from their parents in January 2009, TV station MyFoxPhilly reported.
Heath and Deborah Campbell were yesterday cleared of child abuse charges but a New Jersey Appeals Court ruled against the couple getting their kids back.
The court said sufficient evidence of abuse and neglect existed in the home, prompting the children to stay in foster care.
Court records show Adolf frequently threatened to kill people, while Mrs Campbell reportedly told a neighbour that she was terrified of her husband.
The Campbells came to international attention after trying to order a cake for their son decorated with the phrase “Happy Birthday Adolf Hitler”.
The local cake shop refused to make the cake and reported the couple to authorities.
“I went to just to get a cake — it was a circus of racism,” Mr Campbell said.
“This is America, they say it’s free, you have the right to name your child whatever you want to name your child, no matter what.”
The Campbells insist they are not neo-Nazis despite them keeping multiple swastikas in their house.