There are just some stories that make me question the believability. I guess that’s why they call it news. This one comes from a New Jersey Family Court. (NBC10 Philadelphia)
Dressed in a Nazi uniform, Heath Campbell marched into a New Jersey courthouse to petition a Judge for the right to see his youngest son. This was the same son who was taken from him at birth. The New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services said that they took the boy because of previous violence in the home.
News coverage is no stranger to Campbell. In 2008, a store refused to write the name of his son on a birthday cake. His 3-year-old, Adolf Hitler Campbell, would make the news with that story. At that time, it was also accurately reported that he had named his other children with Nazi themes: JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honzlynn Jeannie Campbell.
After the news story ran about the birthday cake incident, Social Services received a tip about problems in the home. An investigation began, and ended with a judge removing the children from the Campbell home and placing them in foster care.
When the reporter asked Campbell whether he thought that his dress would influence the Judge, Campbell replied, “If they’re good judges and they’re good people, they’ll look within, not what’s on the outside”.
Campbell denies that he ever abused any of his children. He believes that he is being targeted because of his beliefs and that he is a Nazi. He added, “I’m going to tell the judge, I love my children. I wanna be a father, let me be it.”
In June 2012, a New Jersey Superior Court had denied the couple’s appeal to return the children to the Campbell home. “I’m gonna keep fightin’, I don’t care if it kills me. I love ’em.” Yep… he loves ’em.
For pic o’ day from Dennis, I guess this one goes under the category of “always working!”.