Hitler's Mom Denies Abuse Allegations

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    Heath Campbell, left, with his wife Deborah and son Adolph Hitler, 3, pose in Easton, Pa.

    The mother of three children who have names associated with Nazis says she and her husband would never abuse them.

    Deborah Campbell tells The Express Times of Easton, Pa., state child welfare officials took the youngsters on Jan. 9 because a neighbor wrongly alleged they had been abused and Campbell's husband, Heath, had abused her.

    RAW VIDEO: Adolf Hitler Campbell's Aunt Defends His Name

    [PHI] RAW VIDEO: Adolf Hitler Campbell's Aunt Defends His Name
    3-year old Adolf Hitler Campbell's Aunt, Jeanne Coverdale, joined his mother in defending his name and defying orders NOT to talk about the custody case of Adolf and his sisters, who were taken from their parents home over a week ago. All 3 children have Nazi-inspired names.

    The Holland Township resident says she's speaking out in violation of family court order to find a lawyer.

    The Division of Youth and Family Services has not said why Adolf Hitler, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell were removed.

    RAW VIDEO: Adolt Hitler Campbell's Mother Pleads for Legal Help

    [PHI] RAW VIDEO: Adolt Hitler Campbell's Mother Pleads for Legal Help
    3-year old Adolf Hitler Campbell's mother talks about why she will never change the Nazi-inspired names of her children. She also makes a plea for legal help.

    Deborah Campbell says her husband was hospitalized because of the stress of the dispute. He was released Monday.

    A postponed court hearing hasn't been rescheduled because the family is seeking a lawyer.