The office of Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill published today a preliminary report into the discovery of over 2,000 aborted babies in the Illinois home of Indiana abortionist Ulrich Klopfer.
The full report can be found here.
The Attorney General stated in a press release, “Amid new details in the report is the fact that, based on the poor condition of the fetal remains and unreliable nature of the accompanying records, it is not possible to make an independent verification of the identities of the individual fetal remains. Accordingly, Attorney General Hill intends to have the fetal remains interred in a respectful and dignified manner in accordance with state law. Further, the Office of the Attorney General will follow state law in maintaining and safeguarding the medical records until such a time as they can be disposed of properly.
In addition, investigators have determined the remains appear to be from abortions Dr. Klopfer performed in Indiana from 2000 through 2003. At an earlier stage of the investigation, authorities believed the remains came from abortions performed from 2000 through 2002.”
Some of the key findings include:
- Although identifying information is written on many of the containers and bags, the information is filled with errors or hard to read because chemicals smeared or destroyed the writing. This means that there is a low likelihood that the identities of the babies can be verified.
- The Attorney General office said they will work to ensure the babies are properly buried and treated in a dignified manner.
- Investigators found 30 years worth of garbage, personal items, and health records in a Fort Wayne clinic owned by Klopfer, as well as South Bend clinic, Gary clinic, and Hobart storage unit (all in Indiana).
The presence of rodents, garbage, mold, and unsecured medical records should seriously make every abortion activist think about their ardent opposition to any oversight of abortion facilities. Abortionists like Kermit Gosnell and Ulrich Klopfer have shown a pattern by abortionists of being messy, disorganized, and lacking a basic dedication to cleanliness.
An Indiana abortionist who kept over 2,000 aborted babies as trophies also let three former abortion facilities become overrun with mold, garbage, rodents, and unsecured health records.
Can we agree that THIS is a good argument for health and safety standards like Louisiana's? https://t.co/0QBYtUTBAn
— Students for Life (@StudentsforLife) December 31, 2019