Nazi-Naming Dad Says He Was Punched in the Head

Heath Campbell tells police the attack was racially motivated

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    Heath Campbell, 40, walks out of Hunterdon County Family Court wearing a Nazi uniform after petitioning a judge to allow him to see his youngest son Hons. The 2-year-old and his siblings were removed from the father's care after allegations of abuse and a violent home surfaced. The father denies those claims.

    A self-proclaimed neo-Nazi who made headlines for having named his son after Adolf Hitler says he'll search the streets of an eastern Pennsylvania city to find assailants who punched him.

    Heath Campbell told Easton police Friday that he was punched in the back of the head by four or five black men, the Express-Times reports.

    Campbell's four children were given Nazi-inspired names. They have been in foster care shortly after gaining attention in 2008 when a baker refused to decorate Adolf Hitler Campbell's name onto a birthday cake.

    Campbell told the newspaper that his attackers were black and that he planned summon neo-Nazi friends to help him find them.
     
    He says the attack was racially-motivated. Police took Campbell's statement and interviewed witnesses.

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