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Man with Nazi beliefs pursues rights to see sons and daughters

A father from New Jersey who has been in the news before is back in the spotlight. According to reports, the 40-year-old man recently attended a child custody hearing in the hope that he would get to spend time with his 2-year-old son. It is unclear whether the court will allow the man to see his child -- and possibly his three other kids -- because they were taken away from him and his wife in 2011 for alleged abuse.

Now, the couple is no longer together and the man, who was in the news with his wife for the names they gave their children, is apparently the leader of a hate group known as Hitler's Order. Reports indicate that he has been wearing Nazi garb for the past year and during his recent hearing, he wore a uniform representing the oppressive regime, thus his sudden reappearance in the news.

In 2008, the couple garnered attention because a store refused to put one of the children's names on a birthday cake: Adolf Hitler Campbell, who is now 7 years old. The other children's names are Heinrich Hons, Honzlynn Jeannie and JoyceLynn Aryan Nation. They are 2, 5 and 6 years old, respectively, and they all share the same last name, that of their father. Many people were agitated by the names that the parents gave them and this may have contributed to the removal of the children, or at least a heightened attention surrounding the couple's behavior. When abuse was alleged, the couple fought the removal of their children but saw them taken away by the New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services anyway.

The father commented on the matter, saying that there was never any neglect or violence in the home. According to reports, the couple's youngest child was removed from their custody less than one day after birth. Anyone involved in a custody matter, controversial or otherwise, should speak with a lawyer about it. This gives many parents the ability to discuss any worries with a legal expert.

Source:  New York Post, "NJ dad wears Nazi uniform to child custody hearing" No Author Given, Jun. 03, 2013

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