State child welfare officials in New Jersey aren't commenting on the case involving three siblings whose names have Nazi connotations, and who have now been removed from their home and placed in state custody.
But they do say that the state wouldn't remove children from their home simply because of their names.
The children had attracted attention last month after a supermarket bakery refused to put the name of the oldest child -- a 3-year-old named Adolf Hitler Campbell -- on a birthday cake.
The other two are girls, one of whom has the middle names "Aryan Nation." Police say state workers didn't tell them why the children were taken.
A family court hearing in the case is scheduled for tomorrow.
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