How to Turn Villains Into Victims

Heath and Deborah Campbell, the asshats who named their kids “Adolf Hitler Campbell”, “JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell”, and “Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell”, have to go to court to try to get their kids back after the three children were snatched by New Jersey’s Division of Youth and Family Services. The local chief of police “didn’t know why the children were taken but said his department received no reports of abuse or negligence.” (If New Jersey’s DYFS is anything like Texas’s DPRS, we can pretty much count on there not being a valid reason.)

This sounds like a job for the local ACLU.


0 responses to “How to Turn Villains Into Victims”

  1. Mark, I have friends here in Bergen County, New Jersey who are forced to deal with DYFS regularly. There is nothing in the state of Texas with which to compare it. The department should be bombed to gravel and re-built from scratch. It is an abomination.

  2. DYFS stepped in it here. The kids at issue (and this is a local case where I live) didnt deserve to have their lives splashed on the international wires, or even the local rags (star-ledger & express times). More importantly, state law prohibits actions by DYFS as to a specific childès case being made public (such as their press release DYFS cranked out or the comments by one of Hunterdon Countys finest). Long story short, these people are white trash, their kids deserve better, but I dont want the state raising my kids, your kids or even their kids.

  3. This case would never have made the wires and airwaves had the family not tipped off the press in the beginning to the Shoprite cake story. The parents are the ones who jump-started the whole public parade. It then backfired because it drew the attention of the apparatchiks in the DFYS compound. From what I understand so far, the parents have been monitored by DYFS in the past for reasons unkmown so there may be underlying criteria for the action today.

    All that being said, I stand by my statement in the first comment. I do not trust DYFS and nor should anyone else.

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