BREAKING: More aborted baby remains found in late abortionist’s car

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Update 10/10/19: Remains of aborted children were found on Wednesday in the trunk of a 1990s Mercedes Benz owned by the late abortionist Ulrich Klopfer. The car was in a gated lot of a business in Dolton, Illinois, and contained five plastic bags and one box with medically preserved human remains.

Klopfer stored eight Mercedes Benz vehicles in the lot and police said that were at least 50 aborted children’s remains found in the car. The cardboard boxes holding the babies were reportedly “disintegrating,” as the cars had been kept there for more than six years.

“The remains recovered were preserved, packaged, and marked similarly to the previous fetal remains discovered at the Klopfer residence on 09/12/2019. All of the items and information observed by detectives and crime scene investigators today, coincide with the previously known information that the fetal remains were from the time period of 2000-2002 when Dr. Klopfer was performing abortions in the State of Indiana,” the Will County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.

A more thorough examination of the remains is planned.

Original Article, 10/9/19: Police have discovered more remains of aborted children which are “linked to deceased abortion Dr. Ulrich Klopfer,” a former Indiana abortionist. After losing his license, Klopfer moved to Illinois. According to the Daily Chronicle, the most recent remains were reportedly “found at a location in Cook County, according to the Will County Sheriff’s Office.”

As Live Action News previously reported, following Klopfer’s death on September 3, 2019, his family found 2,246 remains of aborted children, preserved in storage at his residence. Further investigation showed the remains to be about two decades old. Those remains are supposed to be given proper burial.

ABC 57 News reports that Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill believes that, like the original 2,200 remains, the newly-found remains are also from abortions that took place in Indiana. The number of those remains has not yet been released.

READ: Senators introduce Dignity for Aborted Children Act requiring ‘humane’ disposal of aborted children

“Today we were notified by authorities in Illinois that family members this morning found additional fetal remains as they continued to sort through the late doctor’s belongings,” Hill said in a press release. ABC 57 added:

Investigators from Indiana have been sent to Illinois to assist in the investigation.

The findings on Wednesday are the latest in the investigation that started when family members discovered over 2,000 preserved fetal remains on September 12.

On October 2, the fetal remains found in September were transferred back to Indiana from Will County, Illinois under the guidance of Hill’s office.

As previously noted by Live Action News, “Klopfer was infamous for a failure to report underage abortions, a failure to report abuse, a failure to keep proper and accurate medical records, a failure to maintain proper health and safety conditions in his practice, and more,” and had multiple health and safety violations. His license was finally suspended in 2015.

Since the news of the remains first broke in September, women have come forward, wondering if any of the remains in question are those of their aborted children. The Indiana AG’s office can be contacted with inquiries of this nature through email at or by phone at (317) 234-6663.

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