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Wills County, IL – By now, most people have heard of Indiana abortionist Ulrich Klopfer and his ungodly hoard of 2,246 “medically preserved” aborted babies found stored on his property in Illinois.
Klopfer was an unsavory character who operated three abortion facilities in Fort Wayne, Gary, and South Bend, Indiana, at the peak of his career. His clinics were repeatedly cited for failing to pass heath inspections. Klopfer’s Indiana medical license was suspended in 2016 for failing to report suspected child sex abuse on a 13-year old, but gave abortions to little girls as young as ten who were brought to him for abortions.
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After his last abortion clinic closed in 2016, Klopfer apparently moved to an unincorporated area of Wills County, Illinois.
After his passing on September 3, his family was going through his belongings at his home when they discovered the aborted baby remains. The discovery was reported to the authorities and the remains were collected by the county coroner. An investigation is underway.
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The Will County Sheriff’s Office has stated that there is no evidence that abortions were done on Klopfer’s property. No further statements will be made until the investigation is over.
For now, many questions remain unanswered.
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Where did the aborted babies come from? What were their gestation ages? How long had they been there?
Some women who underwent abortions by Klopfer through the years are now agonizing over whether their babies’ remains are among those found.
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But perhaps the most chilling question of all is “why?” Why did Klopfer keep those babies on his Illinois property?
While there are no answers to that question yet, we can take a look at why others involved with abortions have stockpiled aborted baby remains, to help us better understand the Klopfer case.
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