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“Hitler” mother speaks to TV reporter

A New Jersey woman, who named her children after notorious Nazis and a white power group, has defied a court order spoke to an NBC10 television reporter pleading for the return of her children, removed from her home by the state Department of Children and Families.

A New Jersey woman, who named her children after notorious Nazis and a white power group, defied a court order and spoke to an NBC10 television reporter. She pleaded for the return of her children, who were removed from her home by the state Department of Children and Families.

Deborah Campbell, of Milford, said she doesn't understand why the DCF workers removed her three kids from her house and doesn't know if she'll see them again, according to the report on NBC10.

The DCF took custody of Adolf Hitler Campbell, 3, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell, 1 and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell, 8 months, saying only that they felt the children were in danger. Campbell pleaded for the return of the children in an interview with NBC10's Mike Strug. "The names, I believe are the problems. But they just don't want to come out and say that," Campbell said.