Nazi uniform dad
A man whose four children were removed from his custody showed up to court with a strange choice of court room attire. The father, Heath Campbell, showed up wearing an authentic World War II era Nazi uniform. Adorned with medals and knee high boots, his hair style reflected a hair style similar to Adolf Hitler. Speaking of the former ruler of the Nazi party, Campbell named his son Adolph Hitler.
Campbell claimed that he was comfortable wearing the attire, and stated “I don’t do hate crimes or nothing.” Campbell is currently unemployed and fighting for custody of his four children. In addition to his Nazi garb, Campbell was accompanied by a woman in what appeared to be 3rd reich nurse regalia and had a large red swastika tattooed on her neck.
Campbell claims that his children were removed from his home because of his affection towards Nazis and for no other reason. His children have been adopted by separate families through the Garden states state run adoption agencies. Heath Campbell is due to continue his fight later this month.
“The world needs to see who I am. I’m not a bad person. It’s not what is on the outside, it’s what is on the inside,” he told the media outside of the courtroom before the court appearance, his swastika neck tattoo visible.
“I’m going to tell the judge, I love my children. I wanna be a father, let me be it,” he said.
“Let me prove to the world that I am a good father.”
Although Campbell stated that there is was no reason to take his children, they were removed from his care in 2010 due to charges of violence.
Campbell contends authorities took his children away because he gave them Nazi-themed names — not because he and his wife were unfit parents, the New York Daily News reports.
“There was no negligence or abuse or domestic violence,” Campbell said. “That was a bunch of stir-up by the Jews, the Jewish government.”
The Nazi nut and his spouse are now separated, said Campbell, who showed up to court Monday with a woman also wearing Reich clothing.
“She gave up her rights to the children,” he said of his wife. “I will not. I will not surrender.”
“I miss my kids with all my heart,” he added. “I cry every night. They’re all I think about. If I eat a bowl of cereal in the morning, I see their face.”
Campbell said he can’t understand why people don’t approve of his vile views.
“I don’t do hate crimes or nothing,” he said. His custody case continues later this month.
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