Back in December of 2008, a NJ family became infamous after complaining that a Shop-Rite supermarket refused to give them a birthday cake with their son's name on it. The son's name? Adolf Hitler Campbell. With the spotlight on the family, led by father Heath Campbell, a "Nazi fan" (his other kids are JoyceLynn Aryan Nation and Honszlyn Hinler Jeannie) and Holocaust denier who decorates his home with swastikas, NJ's Division of Youth and Family Services removed Adolf and his sisters from their parents custody a month later. Now a panel of judges agrees that DYFS did the right thing.

The children weren't taken away because of their names, but over domestic abuse allegations. The Star-Ledger reports, "The trio of appellate judges concluded that 'evidence of prior domestic violence committed by defendant-father against his ex-wife and the two children of a prior marriage was admissible in this case to prove the risk of harm to these children,' the judges wrote."

Heath Campbell had previously claimed his children weren't being cared for by the state. As for his son's unusual name, "There's a new president and he says it's time for a change. Well, then it's time for a change. They need to accept a name. A name's a name. The kid isn't going to grow up and do what [Hitler] did."