Boner of the Day

Boner Candidates April 7, 2016

Boner Candidate #1: I’M JUST A POOR MISUNDERSTOOD NAZI

He sparked outrage when he ordered a birthday cake for his son, Adolf Hitler — but now Isidore Heath Campbell insists he’s just a misunderstood Nazi dad. Campbell, 42, says his clan is being “treated like garbage” — all because of his affinity for one of the most evil figures in world history. “A person makes a person, a name doesn’t,” he says in the new documentary “Meet the Hitlers,” released Tuesday on iTunes.Campbell, of New Jersey, first made headlines in 2008 for complaining that a ShopRite supermarket refused to write his then-7-year-old son’s name on a birthday cake. Days later, Campbell and his then-wife, Deborah, both white supremacists, had their children taken away. In addition to Adolf, the couple has three other kids, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation, Honzlynn Jeannie and Heinrich Hons, named after Hitler’s right-hand man, Heinrich Himmler.

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Boner Candidate #2: AND ANOTHER UTAH ANIMAL ABUSER

A Layton man was arrested Sunday after police discovered that two bighorn sheep had been decapitated near a freeway in Oregon. Justin M. Samora, 32, was arrested for investigation of aiding in a game violation. Oregon state police say officers were called Sunday morning to investigate a suspicious circumstance on the side of I-84 near the small town of Biggs Junction.”The reporting party stated it appeared a subject was gutting a big game animal,” the agency said in a statement. Responding officers found Samora near the area where the call was made, police said. After being alerted by a passing motorist about another man hiding in some bushes nearby, officers located Cody Plagmann, 38, a few miles away, Oregon State Police Lt. Bill Fugate said. Plagmann, of Troutdale, Oregon, was also arrested.

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Boner Candidate #3: HORSE DRAGGIN CREEP

An employee of a lavender farm in Juab County has been arrested on a charge of aggravated cruelty to an animal for allegedly torturing a horse, a class A misdemeanor. According to a charging document filed Monday in 4th District Court, Freeman A. Yoder, an employee at Young Living Lavender Farm in Mona, tied a draft horse to a truck on April 1 and drove faster and faster until the animal fell. The 38­year­old Nephi man continued driving, dragging the horse on the ground by its head and neck, the court document says. Yoder stopped the truck and got the horse back on its feet, then allegedly drove some more. The horse fell again and hit its head on the back the truck, denting the vehicle, the charging document alleges.

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