A New Jersey white supremacist who gave his four children Nazi-linked names has reportedly changed his own last name to Hitler.
Isidore Heath Campbell was granted the official name change by the Hunterdon County Superior Court, court documents showed.
Superior Court Judge Michael O’Neill ruled that after May 8 Campbell will be legally entitled to sign his name “Hitler.”
“I’m named after my hero,” he told the news site My Central Jersey, “The judge approved it. My name is Hitler now.”
Campbell said it was a proud day for him. He told the website that Hitler was his hero because, in contrast with the US government, “he saved Germany, he brought up the economy in Germany, built the roads in Germany, gave them more jobs in Germany, he considered the people in Germany.”
However, he said, the US is now heading in the right direction with President Donald Trump at the helm.
“Only Trump has considered the people in America,” he said. “Only Trump has. The rest of them were only in office for a pocket full of money. Trump doesn’t care about that. He cares about the people.
“Trump is right, man, build that wall,” Campbell added. “We need that wall. We need to get those immigrants out of here. We need to get them all out of here.”
Campbell and his family are well known for Nazi-themed shenanigans.
In 2013, Campbell wore full Nazi regalia to a court appearance to request visitation rights for his children, who had been taken into state custody.
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Campbell was dressed in a Nazi uniform with a mustache trimmed like Hitler’s for the court appearance to request to see the youngest of his four children, Heinrich Hons, then a 2-year-old. Heinrich was taken into state custody just hours after he was born in 2011.
Campbell’s other children have been in state custody since 2008, when a local supermarket refused to print the full name of his oldest child, Adolf Hitler Campbell, on a cake for his third birthday.
Campbell’s other two children with his wife, Deborah, are JoyceLynn Aryan Nation, 10, and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie, 9.
In 2012, he created an organization called Hitler’s Order.