Surge Summary: Thousands of fetal remains have been discovered in the home of recently deceased Indiana abortionist Dr. Ulrich Klopfer, reminiscent in some ways of now-imprisoned Philadelphia abortionist Dr. Kermit Gosnell.

Indiana TV station WSBT informs us of this horror:

Officials say 2,246 fetal remains were found in the home of a doctor who used to perform abortions in South Bend until his license was suspended in 2015.

Abortionist Dr. Ulrich Klopfer used to practice out of Women’s Pavilion in South Bend. In 2015, Indiana had suspended Klopfer’s medical license. He’d failed to exercise reasonable care and violated several notice and documentation requirements; accused of failing to report an abortion preformed on a 13-year-old.

Last week, following his September 3 death, fetal remains were discovered in his Will County, Illinois home — over 2200 of them!

LifeSiteNews further recounts:

As the watchdog group Operation Rescue has extensively documented, Klopfer had a history of abuses, including failing to report statutory rape of a 13-year-old and a 10-year-old. He sent the latter home with her parents, who knew their daughter was raped by her uncle but didn’t want him prosecuted, without reporting it to the police.

The Will County Sheriff’s Office announced on September 13 that “an attorney representing the family of Dr. Ulrich Klopfer” called the county coroner’s office on September 12 to inform them “that while going through the doctor’s personal property they discovered what appeared to be fetal remains and requested that the Will County Coroner’s Office provide proper removal.”

“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,” the sheriff’s office said in a press release. “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 family is cooperating fully with this investigation. There is no evidence that any medical procedures were conducted at the property.”

That lack of evidence that any of those abortion’s occurred on Klopfer’s Illinois property raises the prospect they were carried out in Indiana, then transported across state lines – which could be grounds for the federal government to get involved.

Operation Rescue’s Cheryl Sullenger told LifeSiteNews she was not aware of Klopfer operating any abortion centers in Illinois.

“We are horrified by the reports of over 2,000 fetal remains being found on the property of Dr. Ulrich Klopfer, a man who operated abortion facilities in Gary, South Bend[,] and Fort Wayne,” commented Mike Fichter, President and CEO of Indiana Right to Life. “These sickening reports underscore why the abortion industry must be held to the highest scrutiny. We are calling on Indiana authorities to join in the investigation to determine if these fetal remains have any connection to abortion operations, or personnel, in Indiana.”

Citizens for a Pro-Life Society (CPLS) director Dr. Monica Migliorino Miller admitted to LifeSiteNews that sadly, she wasn’t surprised by this abomination. She’d had a previous brush with Klopfer’s ghastliness.

“Indeed, 31 years ago Citizens for a Pro-Life Society, with the Pro-Life Action League, found hundreds of aborted babies killed by Klopfer left out for garbage pick-up on the loading dock of the Vital Med laboratory in Northbrook, [Illinois],” said Miller. “These were babies he killed at the Indiana abortion center where he worked at that time – [the] Fort Wayne Women’s Health Organization, owned then by Susan Hill, who decades ago ran a string of abortion clinics. Many of the bags containing the babies even had his name scribbled on them.”

“Citizens for a Pro-Life Society buried some of the Klopfer babies in Tallahassee, [Florida], but many of them were buried in Fort Wayne – as we delivered them to the pro-lifers there for the purposes of their internment.”

She also informed her organization is working on arranging interment for the abandoned 2,246 babies found this month at Klopfer’s home.

Marjorie Dannenfelser, President of the Susan B. Anthony List, observed,

“We grieve for the thousands of innocent victims of Ulrich Klopfer. Their humanity is undeniable. This devastating discovery proves Kermit Gosnell’s ‘House of Horrors’ was not an outlier and shows the U.S. Supreme Court ruled correctly in upholding Indiana’s law…We hope Klopfer’s victims will finally be treated with respect, and that this atrocity will awaken hearts and consciences across the nation to the brutal reality of abortion.”

In May 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld an Indiana law requiring the humane burial or cremation of aborted babies.

For those who don’t recognize Dannenfelser’s mention of Gosnell, he was the Philadelphia abortionist convicted of murdering babies outside the womb. He is presently serving three life terms in prison. In his filthy clinic, he, too, kept trophies of the babies he aborted. Their tiny feet had been preserved in dozens of jars by the Philadelphia baby-killer.

Shades of his South Bend colleague?

“The discovery of the aborted babies on Klopfer’s property is reminiscent of Kermit Gosnell’s practice of keeping dismembered aborted baby feet as trophies, which is typical behavior of known serial killers,” she told LifeSiteNews. “Or, it is possible that [they] were kept because he was too cheap to pay for a company to properly dispose of them. We will have to see what the investigation shows.”

For the record: South Bend, Indiana’s Whole Woman’s Health is one abortion facility where Klopfer performed some of his grisly handiwork. Democratic presidential candidate and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg defended the clinic as recently as last month.

H/T: WSBT TV

H/T: LifeSiteNews

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