A three-year-old boy in New Jersey named Adolf Hitler has been taken away from his parents.
So have his younger siblings JoyceLynn Aryan Nation and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie.
But in an interview with a local newspaper, the father of the children says he's not a racist. "A name doesn't make a person," said Heath Campbell. "My son is going to learn to love. None of my kids are going to have a bone of hate in their body," he added.
Do you agree?
When we contacted the New Jersey Department of Children and Services it would not comment on the case. However, it told us that children are only removed from their homes if they are in imminent danger and only after an allegation of abuse or neglect is made. It stressed a children is never removed because of its name.
The controversy first made headlines last month when a supermarket refused to write "Happy Birthday Adolf Hitler" on a cake for the boy.
We'll have the latest on this controversy tonight on AC360°.
Plus, new details tonight on the pilot who first faked his death and then tried to kill himself.
And, the new drama surrounding President-elect Barack Obama. He finds himself now defending his pick for Treasury Secretary after it was revealed Tim Geithner didn't pay some taxes.
Those stories and more tonight on AC360°.
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