The recent disclosure that the preserved remains of over 2,200 aborted babies had been found at the rural Illinois home of the recently deceased Indiana abortionist Ulrich ‘George’ Klopfer has sparked outrage and demands for immediate investigations by authorities.
At an Allen County Right to Life news conference in front of Klopfer’s now-shuttered abortion facility in Fort Wayne on 16th September, speakers asked for an immediate investigation by Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill Jr.
That same day, Hill issued this statement: “The grisly discovery of these foetal remains at the Illinois home of a deceased abortion doctor shocks the conscience. Further, we have reason to believe there is an Indiana connection to these remains. This past weekend, I conferred with Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul, and he and I have agreed to work together as my office coordinates an investigation.”
The following day, St Joseph County Right to Life and Lake County Right to Life held a joint news conference in front of the Women’s Pavilion abortion facility in South Bend. The facility was also owned and operated by Klopfer. His Lake County facility was in Gary, Indiana.
Klopfer was 75 when he died on 3rd September. He had performed abortions in Indiana since the 1970s but had his medical license revoked in 2016 after innumerable infractions over the years.
Picture: In this undated photo, the building of Dr Ulrich Klopfer’s abortion business is seen in the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend, Ind. Pro-life supporters there are asking for a search warrant to determine if more foetal remains will be found in the building. The Illinois physician died on 3rd September 2019, and the remains of foetuses he took from the now-shuttered Indiana clinic were found in his home. (CNS photo/Ann Carey, Today’s Catholic).