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Saturday, January 17, 2009

Mystery Surrounds Removal of Young 'Adolf Hitler' and Nazi-Named Sisters

Exactly why the state of New Jersey removed 3-year-old Adolf Hitler Campbell and his two younger sisters from their parents' home last week remains a mystery.
A state official was adamant Friday that a child would never be removed from his parents based solely on his name. But a First Amendment expert said that the boy's name might have had something to do with it.
Young Adolf Hitler was removed one week ago — along with his sisters JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell, 23 months, and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell, 9 months — by the New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services. A family court hearing for the children's parents, Heath and Deborah Campbell, was postponed Thursday.
Although privacy laws prevent authorities from discussing specifics of the case, DYFS spokeswoman Kate Bernyk reiterated Friday that the agency "would never remove a child simply based on that child's name."
But a name like Adolf Hitler could have contributed to their removal, said Rod Smolla, dean of the Washington and Lee Law School.
"I doubt that the name alone would be enough to trump the First Amendment interests that the parents have, but if it were coupled with other things, it could be a factor that tells us that society has a legitimate reason to intervene with regard to the children," Smolla said.

Bernyk, speaking generally, told Friday that the agency removes children from their parents only when "there's an imminent danger to the child's safety or well-being."
The children were taken on Jan. 9 without incident from the family's home, Sgt. John Harris of the Holland Township Police Department told on Wednesday.
"I’ve dealt with the family for years and as far as the children are concerned, I have never had any reports of any abuse with the children," Harris said. Speaking of the children's father, he said, "As far as I know, he's always been very good with the children."
He said the DYFS did not tell police why the children were taken from their parents.
"They’re very confidential when it comes to their dealings because people make accusations and they have to follow up on them and, God forbid, an accusation’s not true," Harris said Wednesday. "You don’t need to parade people through the media and stuff."
The police department referred all inquiries about the case to the Hunterdon County Prosecutor's Office, which did not return phone calls Friday.

'Indiana Teacher Fired for Duct Taping Kid'''s Mouth Shut'

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A school board in Indiana has fired a middle school teacher who placed duct tape over a special-needs student's mouth to keep him from talking in class.
The board of Tippecanoe School Corp. voted Wednesday to cancel Pamela Dahnke's contract. She was an eighth-grade health and nutrition teacher at Battle Ground Middle School in West Lafayette.
Superintendent Scott Hanback says the September taping incident "cannot be tolerated."
The board also says Dahnke failed to implement the student's program for special needs and that she returned to the school after being told to leave.
The Journal & Courier of Lafayette reported Wednesday that Dahnke said she was unaware the board had made a decision. A call to a listing for Dahnke was not answered Friday.

Friday, January 16, 2009

Man took gun to elementary school was arrested for

Louis Marcelle told a deputy that he and two friends went to Sunrise Elementary School to inquire about GED classes, which the school offers. He said he saw several students while he was in the front office and they told him they were in trouble.

When told he needed identification to sign up for the classes, Marcelle told deputies he left and saw the students in the hallway. He said he showed them the weapon and was “trying to teach them a lesson,” the report noted. Marcelle said he did not threaten the students.

Two students told deputies Marcelle showed them the weapon and allegedly said, “violence is not the answer” and walked away. The students told officials Marcelle did not threatened them.

Deputies recovered the weapon, along with ammunition hidden in some bushes. Officials later discovered the gun was stolen from Levy County in 2007. Marcelle was taken to the Marion County Jail.

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Father who killed his three-month-old son by throwing him down the stairs is jailed for life

Craig Goddard was sentenced to life for the murder of his baby son Alfie Goddard
An angry father was sentenced to life today for the murder of his baby son, whom he squeezed and dropped from a height after becoming frustrated with him.
Craig Goddard was told he must serve a minimum of 11 years in jail for the murder of his three-month-old son Alfie.
Goddard, 24, was appearing at Sheffield Crown Court for sentencing along with his former partner Lindsay Harris, 19, who has admitted perverting the course of justice.
Sentencing Goddard, Mr Justice Beatson described Alfie's death as 'truly tragic'.
He said: 'A young life has been lost and the two of you marked by the consequences of what has occurred for the rest of your lives.'
The judge told Goddard: 'Alfie wouldn't settle and you became upset.
'You shook him, rocking him from side to side, and grabbed and squeezed him too hard - hard enough to fracture three ribs.
'Then, in a moment of anger, you dropped him from a height of five feet.'
Mr Justice Beatson said social services could not be blamed.
He said: 'You accept, as does Miss Harris, that what happened was the responsibility of those who were present in that house.'
As the judge explained his sentencing, spiky-haired Goddard, wearing a checked shirt and blue jeans, nodded and looked close to tears.
He had earlier sat with his head bowed as the details of the case were revealed to the court.
The court heard Goddard had dropped baby Alfie down the stairs, causing fatal head injuries.

Lindsay Harris, 19, mother of three-month-old Alfie Goddard, admitted perverting the course of justice
He died at Sheffield Children's Hospital in May, last year.
Alfie had suffered head injuries consistent with 'squeezing by vigorous shaking followed by the child impacting on the floor'.
The court was told Craig Goddard suffered from anger management issues.
Details of the child's death were outlined by prosecuting barrister Simon Jackson QC.
He said Goddard gave varying accounts to police officers about how his son had died.
In one interview he said: 'Alfie must have fallen down the stairs when I had blacked out at the top of the stairs and Alfie must have gone down the stairs.'
In another interview, Goddard said he did not mean to do anything and the youngster would not settle.
'I just got frustrated, I didn't mean to hurt him. I've just got this anger thing, I didn't mean to hurt him. I just lost my temper.'more

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Little Adolf Hitler Campbell and his sister JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell have been removed from their home

Authorities removed Adolf Hilter Campbell and his sisters from their parents' Hunterdon County home, Holland Township police chief David Van Gilson said Tuesday.
New Jersey's Division of Youth and Family Services took the 3-year-old as well as JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell, 1, and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell, who turns 1 in April, the chief said.

Van Gilson said he didn't know why the children were taken or who had custody. He said his department received no reports of abuse or negligence.
The children's father, Heath Campbell, reached Tuesday evening at a relative's home, first declined comment and later said the children were not removed.
The Division of Youth and Family Services would not confirm or deny the report.
A spokeswoman said the division doesn't comment on specific families.
The chief said the children were removed last week. He said a township officer was present.
"Whatever children were at the home were taken," the chief said.
A hearing is scheduled for Thursday before Superior Court Judge Peter A. Buschbaum at the Hunterdon County Justice Center, the chief said. He said a hearing on Tuesday was postponed when Campbell indicated he wanted a private attorney. more

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