The parents of a boy named ADOLF HILTER are battling family services to get custody of him back!
As The ENQUIRER previously reported the boy, 5, and his sister, Aryan Nation, 3, were taken by New Jersey child welfare officials in 2009.
Parents Heath and Deborah Campbell created a national furor when they wanted a birthday cake from the local ShopRite.
The supermarket refused to bake the cake because the Campbells wanted it to read "Happy Birthday Adolf Hitler."
Wal Mart made the cake in defiance of common decency, many felt.
Despite adorning their home with swastikas and Third Reich memorabilia, The Campbells have denied they are neo-Nazis.
According to court records, both parents suffer from unspecified psychological disorders.
In 2009, a family court previously found that there was no evidence the children had been abused or neglected, but the precise details were not released because of an outstanding gag order.
Adolf and his sister Aryan have now been in the foster care system for over 33 months, outraging their parents.
The Campbells picketed outside of a child services office in Flemington, having repeatedly charged state officials with prejudice, claiming the children were taken because of their names – and for no other reason.
"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!" Campbell told an NBC News outlet in Philadelphia.
"They were taken over the children's names."
In December, a court will decide in December if the boy Hitler and his sister who have been remaindered to foster care, should be allowed to return to their parents.