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A notorious American Nazi lover who loves all things Adolf is trying to change his last name — legally — to Hitler.
Soon after the birthday cake affair, Campbell and his then-wife, Deborah, lost parental rights to their nine kids.
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Isidore Heath Campbell, who gained notoriety as the focus of the documentary film ‘Meet the Hitlers’ in 2014, has filed papers in a New Jersey court to change his surname to that of the notorious Nazi leader. He will have a hearing about the name change March 24 in Hunterdon County, according to NJ.com.
Petitioning to change his name is the latest Hitler-related moment Campbell has been involved in over the years.
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(Postmedia Network) Heath Campbell, left, with his wife Deborah and son Adolph Hitler, 3, The Campbells also have two daughters, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie.
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His son’s name is Adolf Hitler Campbell. In 2008, he first came to prominence after trying unsuccessfully to have ‘Happy Birthday Adolf Hitler’ inscribed by a grocery store on his then seven-year-old son’s cake.
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Then in 2013, he attended court in Hunterdon County wearing a Nazi uniform complete with black boots and swastika armband. He was there in the hopes of having the court allow him to see his youngest son, Heinrich Hons Campbell, who was taken from him after being born in 2011.
What’s so horrible about being a Nazi?” Campbell told the New York Post after the hearing. So what if I’m a Nazi, who cares?” “I just want to be a dad. I just want to prove I’m a good father, because I am … “Prisoners get to see their children, murderers get to see their children.
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“My son is Adolf Hitler Campbell,” he said in the trailer for ‘Meet the Hitlers’ documentary. “I named him — big deal. Does that make it OK for them to come in and steal your children?”