Remember Baby Hitler? Then three-year-old Adolf Hitler Campbell, as well as his siblings JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell, were taken from his parents by NJ child welfare officials in 2009 shortly after his parents had tried to get him a personalized birthday cake from ShopRite that read, "Happy Birthday Adolf Hitler." Two years later, the Nazi-sympathizing parents are still trying to get their kids back: "The judge and [the Division of Youth and Family Services] told us that there was no evidence of abuse and that it was the names! They were taken over the children's names," Heath Campbell told NBC 10 News in Philadelphia.

Court records indicate that the three kids were removed because of tangible evidence of abuse or neglect, not because of their names as the parents allege. But the Campbells picketed with three other people outside of child services offices in Flemington, N.J. yesterday: “I don’t sleep, I don’t eat much. I miss my kids. Miss their pitter patters on the floor,” said Campbell, a self-proclaimed "Nazi fan" and Holocaust denier who decorates his home with swastikas.

According to court records, both parents suffer from physical and psychological disabilities and are unemployed; a NJ appeals court ruled in August 2010 that there was sufficient evidence of abuse or neglect because of domestic violence in the home, as well. Back in 2009, Campbell had said, "I'm sorry if I hurt the world but it's just a name to us. Maybe when he [Adolf Hitler Campbell] gets older they'll just see that he loves everybody and they'll say, 'You know, maybe we did misjudge.'"

Despite all that, the Campbells claim that the Division of Youth and Family Services vindicated them of all abuse allegations last month. A court will decide in December if the children, who have been in foster care for the past 33 months, should return to their parents. No word yet on whether the outcome of this case will affect whether "the Adolf Hitler of shallow" will be returned to his home town.