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Wearing a Nazi uniform to a custody hearing sends a message. That message is not "I'm a fit parent." Yesterday, Heath Campbell appeared at the Hunterdon County Family Court in Flemington, NJ dressed in full Nazi attire for a meeting to determine whether he should be allowed to visit his 2-year-old son, Heinrich Hons. Campbell, who founded the pro-Nazi group "Hitler's Order" last June, has christened all four of his children with Nazi names.
His oldest son is named Adolf Hitler Campbell; his oldest daughter JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell. The youngest child was taken away by the New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services because of previous reports of violence in the home. Campbell and his wife, Deborah, claimed their children were taken because of the names they had given them. A judge ordered the children removed from the home following a NJ DYFS investigation. Campbell anad his wife's relationship has since deteriorated.
Tatted up with Nazi symbols, the 40-year-old Campbell was asked if he thought his attire would hurt his case. "If they're good judges and they're good people, they'll look within, not what's on the outside," he told NBC10 in Philadelphia.
As long as he believes that. In the meantime, he should stick to hoping that his oldest daughter doesn't grow up to marry a Jewish black man. We hope she does.
[via NBC Philadelphia]
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