Remains of over 2,000 aborted Babies found in Abortionist Ulrich George Klopfer home after his Death

WNDU News reports that Abortionist Ulrich George Klopfer, had over 2000 bodies of aborted babies in his home.
Ulrich George Klopfer, whose medical license was suspended in 2015, died on Sept. 3. He had been charged with misreporting abortion.

On Sept. 12, the  family reported finding fetal remains among Klopfer's personal property and requested proper removal.

Will County sheriff’s detectives, crime scene investigators and representatives from the coroner’s office went to the address and were directed to an area of the property where 2,246 medically preserved fetal remains were located.

"Indiana recently passed a law that fetal remains need to be given proper burial or cremated," said Jackie Appleman Executive Director with Saint Joseph County Right to Life.

Right to Life say they will work with authorities to ensure the remains are given the proper burial.

The coroner’s office took possession of the remains.

Klopfer performed abortions at the Women's Pavillion in South Bend and at clinics in Fort Wayne and Gary.

In a statement, Whole Woman's Health Alliance, a local abortion provider, said: "All of us at Whole Woman's Health Alliance are shocked by yesterday's news. We join the community seeking more information and awaiting the results of the investigation...Whole Woman's Health of South Bend is proud to serve the community with high-quality abortion care services that respect the dignity of women and families. We adhere to the highest healthcare standards and we treat our patients with compassion and respect when they need it most."

Also in a statement, U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski said: 
“Every human life is precious, and every woman and baby deserves care and respect. This tragic case shows why abortion providers must be held to strict guidelines and face rigorous oversight. I will be looking into federal legislation to ensure the remains of aborted babies are always treated with dignity, including in the case of chemical abortions."
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