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AG Hill: No criminal charges for the late Dr. Ulrich Klopfer, regarding uncovered remains

Dr. Ulrich George Klopfer (Photo/ABC57)

Though the name of Dr. Ulrich Klopfer may live on in infamy, he is dead and cannot be charged with improperly disposing of over 2,400 fetuses that were found on his properties.

That conclusion came from Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill, who ended his investigation.

Klopfer ran clinics in South Bend, Fort Wayne and Gary, where he performed abortions since 1979.

When he died in 2019, his family discovered over 2,000 fetuses in styrofoam coolers and in medical waste bags on his property, in a garage next to his home in Illinois.

The fetuses, in various states of decay, had come from his practices in Indiana.

Investigators were able to determine that the 2,411 fetuses were preserved from about 2000 to 2003. But, they still don’t know why.

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2 comments

John G January 1, 2021 at 3:24 am

Ingredients for the Covid vaccine is why. 🙂

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Thor January 3, 2021 at 4:29 pm

What were they going to do? Dig him up and put him on death row? His time to face justice was decades ago. There were many who enabled his practice though…they should be sought out for a similar fate.

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