New Jersey neo-Nazi who named his children Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun on the run for domestic assault

Daily Mail, UK/October 21, 2015

By Ollie Gillman

A neo-Nazi father who named his children Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun is on the run for assault.

White supremacist Isidore Heath Campbell, who dresses in full Nazi uniform and calls himself 'the Fuhrer', is wanted by police in New Jersey for aggravated assault.

Holland Township Police said Campbell, 42, was wanted in relation to a domestic incident on Sunday night.

Police chief John Harris told the New York Daily News that he had spoken to the neo-Nazi recently and 'advised him' that a warrant would be issued, but has not heard from him since. Police did not say who he allegedly assaulted.

Daily Mail Online tried to contact Campbell but could only reach his voicemail, which he calls 'the Fuhrer's line' and signs off with: 'Have a nice day, heil Hitler.'

Campbell and his wife Deborah made headlines in 2008 when a supermarket refused to decorate a birthday cake for their son Adolf, who is now believed to be nine years old.

All of Campbell's nine children have been taken into care - including JoyceLynn Aryan Nation, eight, and Honszlynn Hinler, seven, and Heinrich Hons, four.

The white supremacist lost custody of his youngest daughter, who he called Eva Braun, just days after she was born in November 2013.

New Jersey authorities insisted they did not take the child from Campbell and his ex-girlfriend Bethanie Zito because of her name - the same as Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler's wife - but because of concerns for their safety.

At the time, Campbell told the Daily News: 'I'm not allowed to have children because I’m a Nazi. That's what they're saying. Well, I'll stop making them when they stop taking them.

'They kidnapped her. Because I'm not going to mix with the opposite races and I'm not going to let my children mix, that gives them the right to steal my child.'

Campbell has swastika tattoos on his neck and has turned up at custody hearings for his children in full Nazi regalia.

In 2013 his ex-wife Cathy Bowlby said Campbell believed he was the devil and wanted to call another of his children Lucifer.

Ms Bowlby, who was married to the Nazi-lover for three years, said he liked to take her on trips to their local cemetery so he could 'show me where he was going to bury me when he killed me'.
Previous court documents show that the oldest child, Adolf, frequently threatened to kill people.

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