More than 2,000 preserved foetal remains have been discovered at the home of a former Illinois abortionist who died last week, and have been branded by SPUC as “hellish” and revealing “utter depravity at the heart of the abortion industry”.
According to the Will County Sheriff Office, authorities found the remains of approximately 2,246 aborted babies at the home of abortionist, Ulrich Klopfer, after his family contacted the Coroner’s office on Thursday about possible foetal remains packed into the residence.
Klopfer, who died on September 3rd, was a doctor at an abortion clinic in South Bend, Indiana. According to the South Bend Tribune, Klopfer was understood to be Indiana’s ‘most prolific abortion doctor’, who aborted thousands of unborn babies in multiple Indiana counties over several decades.
Klopfer was notorious within Indiana state for his repeated failings which included failure to report abuse, failure to maintain accurate medical records and failure to maintain acceptable health and safety conditions.
In September of 2013, a complaint was filed with the Indiana Medical Licensing Board against the abortionist, Klopfer, after it was discovered that he performed an abortion on a 13-year-old girl and failed to report the abuse, as required by Indiana law. Two other complaints were also issued against Klopfer in two other Indiana counties for failure to report performing abortions on girls under the age of 14. He was described to have a ‘seeming indifference to child abuse.’