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#New Jersey

# new-jersey - Saturday 27 August, 2011

"Don't wait. Don't delay" - Obama urges those in Irene's path to move quickly Irene This post contains videos

"Don't wait. Don't delay" - Obama urges those in Irene's path to move quickly

Over two million people are affected by evacuation orders as Hurricane Irene heads for land off the eastern sea board of the United States.

# new-jersey - Friday 22 July, 2011

Baby, was he born to run? Springsteen favourite to be New Jersey governor

A new poll has revealed that was he to run, Bruce Springsteen would have a good chance of winning an election.

# new-jersey - Friday 3 June, 2011

Girl killed in 100-foot fall from Ferris wheel in New Jersey

The 11-year-old girl fell from the upper half of the Ferris wheel, thought to be about 100 feet off the ground.

# new-jersey - Sunday 8 May, 2011

30 injured as train strikes platform in New Jersey US

30 injured as train strikes platform in New Jersey

Transport authorities launch an investigation into rail accident which caused dozens of injuries.

# new-jersey - Thursday 21 April, 2011

Student who filmed roommate having sex with another man faces 15 charges

The man faces charges after secretly streaming footage of his roommate sleeping with another man on the internet. His 18-year-old roommate took his own life after learning about what had happened.

# new-jersey - Tuesday 12 April, 2011

From The42 Olympic legend Carl Lewis enters race for New Jersey Senate Political Race

Olympic legend Carl Lewis enters race for New Jersey Senate

“When I run, I run to win,” nine-time Olympic gold medallist tells crowd.

# new-jersey - Monday 28 February, 2011

From The Daily Edge US woman sues for distress over incorrect Lotto result Courts

US woman sues for distress over incorrect Lotto result

Rakel Daniele is asking for $75,000 in damages after her TV station read out the wrong numbers, misleading her.

# new-jersey - Thursday 16 September, 2010

From The Daily Edge Boxer appears to feign injury to get out of fight Fake Injury

Boxer appears to feign injury to get out of fight

US Junior boxer sustains ‘phantom punch’

# new-jersey - Friday 6 August, 2010

A COUPLE IN NEW JERSEY have lost custody of their three children – all named after Nazi leaders and idologies – after being found to suffer from physical and psychological disabilities.

Heath and Deborah Campbell first rose to international notoriety in January 2009 after a supermarket refused to decorate a birthday cake with the name of their eldest son: Adolf Hitler.

Now Adolf (4) and his little sisters, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation and HonszLynn Hinler Jeannie will not be returning to their parents’ care, having been put into a foster home a month in the wake of the cake furore.

The New Jersey court of appeals – somehow not mentioning the children’s names – overturned the findings of the family court which had found insufficient evidence that the Campbells had abused or neglected their children, finding a plethora of other reasons requiring the children to remain in protective care.

The court found that both parents suffered from childhood abuse and that neither had “received adequate treatment for their serious psychological conditions.” Heath (37) is illiterate, while Deborah dropped out of school at the age of 15.

The judges cited a note written by Deborah to a neighbour in which she alleged that her husband was trying to kill her.

“Hes alread tried it a few times. Im afread that he might hurt my children if they are keeped in his care,” she wrote. She later said the note was “a lie”.

Such is the level of their literacy that it is understood the youngest child, HonszLynn Hinler Jeannie, was intended to be named after Heinrich Himmler, the head of Nazi Germany’s security forces.