After finding thousands of preserved fetal remains on the estate of a well-known former abortion doctor from South Bend, Will County officials conduct an inquiry.
The lawyer for Dr. Ulrich Klopfer’s family approached them on Thursday, informing them about the grisly discovery of 2,246 medically preserved fetal remains, according to the Will County Sheriff’s Office.
Dr. Klopfer was suspended in 2015 on charges of failing to report a 13-year-old girl’s abortion, and the horrifying discovery of thousands of fetal components on his estate raises questions about the real nature of his job.
WGNTV reports: The attorney said the remains had been discovered while passing through the estate of Klopfer and contacted the coroner to request appropriate removal.
Sheriff’s detectives, Crime Scene Investigators, and coroner’s office officials arrived at the address and took over the remains.
Authorities said there is no proof that the estate carried any medical operations.
Reports from WSBT in South Bend Kloper used to exercise at South Bend’s Women’s Pavilion. His medical permit was suspended in 2015 after accusing a 13-year-old girl of not reporting an abortion.
The office of the Sheriff said the family cooperates completely with this inquiry.