The Hitler-naming dad showed up at his custody hearing dressed as a Nazi.
When you think of custody hearings, you usually picture stressed out parents dressed up in their best clothes, hoping to get the judge to decide on them to take the kids. However, one dad had named his first-born son Adolph Hitler, and then for the hearing concerning his youngest, he dressed as a Nazi. In fact, he went so far with the outfit that he parted his hair straight down the middle, trimmed his mustache to match, and wore Nazi symbols all over his seemingly authentic jacket. He even had a swastika tattooed on his neck.
Heath Campbell, a 40 year old father of three children, had named his children after famous Nazi personalities and references. Adolf Hitler, 7, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation, 6, and 5-year-old Honzlynn Jeannie had already been placed in foster care shortly after ShopRite refused to endorse a cake with the words, “Happy Birthday Adolf Hitler.”
Hitler-naming dad Heath Campbell was trying to gain custody of his youngest, 2-year-old Heinrich Hons, when he dressed in full Nazi regalia for the custody hearing.
New Jersey resident Heath Campbell told NBC10 on Monday, “The world needs to see who I am. I’m going to tell the judge, I love my children. I wanna be a father, let me be it.”
An appeals court ruled that the family had a history of domestic violence, justifying the state’s decision to remove the children from the home of Heath Campbell. He and his wife Deborah, who have since been separated, were refused the right to have their children back.
Heath Campbell insists that his children have been taken from him and the state won’t let him have them back due to the names he and his wife gave them. It just goes to show that you’re not thinking about your children’s future when you name them after personalities and references involving the deaths of countless people.
Do you think the Hitler-naming dad should have his kids back after dressing as a Nazi for his custody hearing?