January 1, 2021

Indiana AG Finalizes Investigation into Deceased Abortionist who Hoarded 2,000+ Aborted Babies at Illinois Home

Ulrich Klopfer
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill announced on Wednesday that his department's investigation into deceased abortionist Ulrich Klopfer has finished.

After he died of natural causes on Sept. 3, 2019, Klopfer was found to have hoarded the bodies of 2,411 abortion victims between his home in Will County, Illinois and the trunk of a stored vehicle. When Klopfer's attorney visited the home to go through Klopfer's property, he discovered the bodies and reported his findings to the government officials, who began an investigation.

AG Hill said that his investigation did not find evidence that Klopfer worked with anyone else to collect and transport bodies from the Indiana abortion clinics he worked at to his Illinois home. Because Klopfer is already dead, Hill did not recommend any criminal charges or licensing actions.

While incredibly disturbing, this story did lead to a push across the country for legislation requiring abortion clinics to cremate or bury aborted children.

Klopfer lost his license in 2016 after multiple complaints. The bodies of the aborted children he hoarded were buried in South Bend, Indiana on February 12.

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