Thousands of unborn children were reportedly found in the home of recently deceased abortionist Ulrich Klopfer. Breitbart reports the remains of these 2,246 unborn children were “medically preserved” in Klopfer’s home in Will County, Illinois, though there was no indication any abortions were performed in the home.
From the report:
Klopfer reportedly used to practice abortions at the Women’s Pavilion in South Bend, Indiana, but had his medical license suspended in 2015 after allegedly failing to report an abortion preformed on a 13-year-old child.
The attorney for Klopfer’s family said that he discovered the fetal remains while going through the deceased abortionist’s property and making arrangements with the local coroner.
According to the Will County Sheriff’s Office, the attorney contacted authorities on Thursday, who arrived at the property, where they found the remains of 2,246 medically preserved unborn children inside Klopfer’s home.
Will County authorities are now reportedly conducting an investigation into the matter, adding that Klopfer’s family is in full cooperation.
Klopfer died on September 3rd.
The National Right To Life News organization reported in 2016 that Klopfer had his medical license stripped the year before when he “submitted 1,818 termination of pregnancy reports with missing or incorrect information. He failed to submit two termination of pregnancy reports within three days as required by law for abortions performed on 13-year-old girls.”
“Six times, he failed to ensure informed and voluntary consent was provided by properly credentialed staff. Qualified staff was not available to monitor patients who had received sedation. Finally, he failed to obtain informed and voluntary consent for seven patients at least 18-hours prior to the abortion procedure, according to the complaint,” the report added.
And, it continued:
“The Indiana Medical Licensing Board’s decision to suspend Klopfer’s medical license effectively puts an end to his decades of shameful practices in Indiana,” said Mike Fichter, President and CEO of Indiana Right to Life. “Klopfer has displayed grave disregard for women’s health, as evidenced by his failure to comply with basic health standards and simple reporting requirements.”
“Among his violations,” Fichter said, “are the appalling failures to report abortions on time for 13-year-old girls. During the testimony, Klopfer had the audacity to admit that once he did an abortion on a 10-year-old girl, 21-weeks pregnant by her uncle, and her sent her back home with her parents rather than notify authorities to the abuse.”
Fichter added, “We are thankful justice has finally been served and we are grateful that Attorney General Zoeller saw this process through. Klopfer will no longer compromise the health of Hoosier women.”