Wow, how heartbreaking. A former Indiana abortionist died, and 2,246 fetal remains were found at his home in Illinois last week. While his family found the numerous baby remains, authorities said that there is no evidence to show that there were medical procedures performed out of his home.

WLWT5 News Channel reports:

The Will County Sheriff's Office said in a news release late Friday that an attorney for Dr. Ulrich Klopfer's family contacted the coroner's office Thursday about possible fetal remains being found at the home in an unincorporated part of Will County in northeastern Illinois.

Klopfer, who died Sept. 3, was a longtime doctor at an abortion clinic in South Bend, Indiana. It closed after the state revoked the clinic's license in 2015.

Klopfer's license was suspended by Indiana's Medical Licensing Board in November 2016 after finding a number of violations, including a failure to ensure qualified staff was present when patients received or recovered from medications given before and during abortion procedures.

According to reports, the remains were taken into possession by the coroners office, and an investigation has been opened.

The Will County sheriff’s office said in a press release, “Will County sheriff’s detectives, crime scene investigators and representatives from the Will County coroner’s office arrived at an address in unincorporated Will County,” they added, "Personnel were directed to an area of the property where 2,246 medically preserved fetal remains were located. The Will County coroner’s office took possession of the remains.”

The Daily Signal reports: 

Klopfer, who died at 75, reportedly performed 30,000 abortions since 1974, according to Heavy.

The Indiana Medical Licensing Board indefinitely suspended Klopfer’s medical license in August 2016, NBC affiliate WNDU reported. “Well, let me put it this way, the Attorney General’s Office and the Right-to-Lifers are in bed together,” Klopfer told the outlet at the time. “How is that?”

The Indiana Attorney General’s Office filed a January 2016 complaint saying Klopfer had failed to provide qualified people to monitor sedated patients who were obtaining abortions.

“Women get pregnant, men don’t. We need to respect women making a decision that they think is best in their life,” he told the Indiana Medical Licensing Board in 2016, according to The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette. “I’m not here to dictate to anybody. I’m not here to judge anybody.”

Klopfer also allegedly did not provide pain medication for all the women he did the procedure on. According to reports, he only gave medication to girls who were under 16, or women who could pay extra.

It is truly sickening and heartbreaking to hear about this. Not only did the man have such a disregard for human life that he spent his murdering unborn babies, but he then kept remains of more than 2,000 of them! For what reason? Were they trophies for him?

It sounds more like abortion was a hobby, or a passion for him, rather than an occupation. Either way, it is sadistic.

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