165 More Aborted Babies Found in Trunk of Abortionist’s Car

Kharen Martinez Murcia | October 14, 2019 | 3:09pm EDT
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Dr. Ulrich Klopfer. (YouTube)

(CNSNews.com) -- The remains of 165 aborted babies were found in the trunk of one of Dr. Ulrich Klopfer's stored automobiles last week. This is in addition to the 2,246 aborted babies found on Klopfer’s Illinois property in September. Klopher died on Sept. 3 at the age of 79.

“A total of eight cars belonging to Dr. Ulrich Klopfer were located on the property,” according to a press release issued by the Will County, Illinois police office. “In one of the vehicle’s trunk compartments, were five plastic bags and one box discovered that contained numerous medically preserved fetal remains.”

Klopfer had stored eight automobiles at a lot in Dolton, Illinois. In the trunk of a Mercedes Benz, the police found “five plastic bags and one box … that contained numerous medically preserved fetal remains.”

Fetal remains discovered in the trunk of one of Dr. Klpfer's cars. (CBS 2, YouTube)

“The remains recovered were preserved, packaged, and marked similarly to the previous fetal remains discovered at the Klopfer residence on 09/12/2019,” stated the press release. “All of the items and information observed by detectives and crime scene investigators today, coincide with the previously known information that the fetal remains were from the time period of 2000-2002 when Dr. Klopfer was performing abortions in the State of Indiana.”

During a press conference, Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill said Klopfer “was one of the most notorious abortionists in the history of Indiana and had a record of deplorable conditions and violations of regulatory controls that are placed on these clinics.”

“We are going to continue the investigatory process to determine as best we can why this occurred and what the purpose was,” Hill said.

Dr. Kathi Aultman, a board-certified OB/GYN and fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, commented on the issue.

“It is a reminder that these are human beings and that is why people reacted to this story,” said Dr. Aultman. “When they are confronted with actual bodies it makes them realize, yes, these are human beings and makes us question if that is the right thing to do. Should we be killing them? It grabs our deepest sense of right and wrong.”

Hill clarified that the fetal remains were from abortions conducted from 2000 to 2002. The remains were transferred to Illinois.  

A baby killed by saline-injection abortion. (Priests for Life)

Hill, who is pro-life, later told USA today that Klopfer lost his medical license in 2016, “in part for shoddy record keeping.” Hill also said that Klopfer “appeared to be a hoarder,” as many of his properties were filled with numerous items.

In 2016, a law was passed in Indiana that required clinics not to dispose of aborted babies as medical waste, but rather by cremation or burial. USA today also reported that Hill said having such a law does not necessarily mean people follow it.

 "It's one thing to have a law that requires medical facilities to bury or cremate fetuses, it's another thing to make sure they do it," Hill said. "So there may be some regulations that are put in place to ensure that there is adequate record keeping and processing and confirmation that these fetuses aren't discarded like so much trash."

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