Abortion Doctor’s Home Had 2000 Murdered Baby Bodies Found In His Home After His Death

The evil of the abortion industry shows its evil hand and the horror of innocent lives lost!

If their was any question that abortion is an evil curse on our country, sadly, this question has been answered. A retired abortion doctor who recently died was found to have 2000 aborted baby’s in and around his home.

Last week more than 2,000 medically preserved fetal remains were found at a deceased abortion provider’s Illinois home by his family as they sorted through his belongings, authorities said.

A lawyer for Ulrich “George” Klopfer’s family called the Will County Coroner’s Office that afternoon to report that the family had found what appeared to be fetal remains, the county sheriff said in a statement. Klopfer, who died Sept. 3, worked for decades at the Women’s Pavilion clinic in South Bend, Ind., and at clinics in Gary and Fort Wayne. 

Investigators arrived at Klopfer’s home and found 2,246 fetal remains, according to the sheriff’s office. The coroner’s office took possession of them.

No evidence indicates that medical procedures were performed at Klopfer’s home, and his family is cooperating with the investigation, the sheriff’s office said. No other information was immediately available.

We urge a thorough investigation of this case so that justice may be done, and so that the public becomes aware of what really happens inside America’s abortion industry,” Mancini said in a statement.

The macabre discovery of fetal remains contains echoes of the case of Kermit Gosnell, a Philadelphia doctor who is serving a life sentence after a jury in 2013 convicted him of murder for snipping the spinal cords of three babies who lived for a few moments outside the womb. Investigators found dismembered remains in milk jugs and glass jars inside Gosnell’s clinic.

The remains allegedly found at Klopfer’s home also resonate because of his clinic’s location in South Bend, whose mayor is 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg. Antiabortion circles buzzed this month about Buttigieg’s remark on the radio show “The Breakfast Club” that the Bible says “life begins with breath.”

As different we Christians are from Buttigieg’s sinful lifestyle and take on theology, he finally stated something we can actually agree on.

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Richard Cassalata
Richard Cassalata is the founder and senior pastor of the Christian Army Church
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