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At one time, Ulrich Klopfer was known as Indiana’s most prolific abortionist, at least until his license got yanked for failing to report the sexual exploitation of two thirteen-year-old girls. Four years later, Klopfer passed away, but he’s still making news. His grieving family made a grisly discovery at a property owned by Klopfer this week — more than 2200 “fetal remains” that the abortionist kept.
Police say 2,246 medically preserved fetal remains were found on the property of Ulrich George Klopfer, a late abortion doctor who used to operate a South Bend clinic.
On Sept. 12, the Will County (Illinois) Coroner’s Office received a call from an attorney representing his family. They 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.
The case reminds one of Kermit Gosnell, the convicted murderer in Philadelphia whose disgusting clinic contained hundreds of preserved fetal parts. Gosnell later claimed he kept them for scientific purposes, but never provided a scientific purpose for which they could be used. The implication in Gosnell’s case was that he was keeping trophies in the same manner as a serial killer.
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