Dad who named kids for Nazis wears Nazi regalia to court
Heath Campbell requests visitation rights for the youngest of his four children, Heinrich Hons.
A New Jersey white supremacist who gave his children Nazi-linked names wore full Nazi regalia to a court appearance to request visitation rights.
Heath Campbell, 40, appeared Monday in Hunterdon County Family Court in Flemington to request visitation rights for the youngest of his four children, Heinrich Hons, aged two. Campbell was dressed in a Nazi uniform with a mustache trimmed like Hitler’s.
Heinrich was taken into state custody just hours after he was born in 2011.
The court proceedings are closed.
Campbell’s other children have been in state custody for the past four years, since a local supermarket refused to print the full name of his oldest child, Adolf Hitler Campbell, on a cake for his third birthday.
Along with Heinrich Hons and Adolf Hitler, now seven, Campbell’s other two children with his wife, Deborah, are JoyceLynn Aryan Nation, six, and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie, five. The couple have been separated for a year.
Campbell, who has a large swastika tattoo on his neck, has said he would give up his Nazism to regain his children. Last year he created an organization called Hitler’s Order.