New Jersey Couple Gives Kids Nazi Names
January 26, 2012 by staff
New Jersey Couple Gives Kids Nazi Names, The same goes for the other two siblings of the couple, Heath and Deborah Campbell, who are also parents to JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell. All four children are currently in foster care.
The Campbells made national headlines in 2009 when a grocery store wouldn’t put the name of their son, Adolf Hitler Campbell, on a birthday cake.
The couple claims they lost custody of baby Adolf, and the two other children, because of the Nazi origin of their names, although it is likely there is more to the custody case than that, but the Campbells are not allowed to discuss it publicly. The state took custody of the couple’s other children nearly two years ago, saying they were in danger because of previous violence in the Campbell home.
The Campbells sought to regain custody of baby Hons on Monday during a family court hearing. It was unclear if they also sought to regain custody of their other children during the hearing, but the ruling denied them the petition.
Although the hearing was closed to the public, Heath Campbell spoke to the media briefly outside the courthouse.
“They kidnapped my kid,” Campbell said. “I’ve been sleeping with his little blanket from the hospital.” He said police came into a nursery and took the child while he was going into a diaper bag. “It’s [been] 33 months and we are still fighting. It’s not right,” he added. He said there were no police reports in his relationship with his previous wife, though she is somehow – mysteriously – cited in the custody case.
“They look at you because of what you wear. So what? I’m German. Who cares? Is that right to judge someone? Look within their heart not within the outside of them,” Campbell said ingenuously as his Neo-Nazi tattoos flashed on his neck.
Baby Hons is still at the hospital but the couple has been barred from seeing him. The couple have straightfacedly denied that they are white supremacists or Neo-Nazis, and they do not, at least to the best of the public’s knowledge, have any known ties to white supremacist organizations. Heath Campbell has defended his children’s names and said that his reverend approved of him naming the new baby Hons.
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