The medically preserved remains of 2,246 fetuses were found in the home of abortionist Ulrich George Klopfer, after the premises were searched following his death on Sept. 3.
The Will County (Illinois) Coroner’s Office received word about Klopfer’s collection of babies from an attorney representing his family, and the Sheriff’s office and crime scene investigators joined them to remove the fetal remains. The Coroner’s Office is currently in possession of them, and they have not announced how they will be disposed.
Klopfer’s license to perform abortions was suspended by the Indiana Medical Licensing Board in 2015, after it was discovered that he broke state law while performing the procedure on two 13-year-old girls. The abortionist never took responsibility that he did anything wrong.
He even claimed that there was a conspiracy between the Attorney General and pro-life Christian activists at the time.
Klopfer said: “Well let me put it this way, the Attorney General’s Office and the Right-to-Lifers are in bed together. How is that?”
The far-left American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) provided Klopfer with counsel throughout his ordeal, working so the monster could continue to murder children in the womb. They were ultimately unsuccessful in their efforts.
“Although Klopfer’s ACLU attorney Mary Watts attempted to spin the argument as a trivial matter of semantics on paperwork and documentation, Deputy Attorney General Renee Gallagher led the way for the State in arguing that Klopfer’s incompetencies and neglectful standards of care make him unfit to practice as a physician,” the Right-to-Life chapter of St. Joseph County wrote at the time.
While some in the abortion industry may take the murdered babies as trophies like Klopfer did for many years, others choose to chop them up and sell them for a tidy profit. The StemExpress CEO admitted as much during recent court proceedings pertaining to an exposé by the Center of Medical Progress about the abominable practice.
“Yes, we have provided heart tissue to Stanford,” the StemExpress CEO said in court, confirming that her firm receives public funds to provide beating baby hearts to medical researchers.
Caught on hidden camera, the StemExpress CEO – referred to as Jane Doe 12 in court – was even more candid talking about the practices of her lucrative fetal-trafficking business.
Doe 12 talked about the growing demand for “raw fetal tissue,” and mentioned that “insanely fragile” neural tissue should be shipped “whole calvarium,” meaning the head should be kept intact during the trafficking operation.
“Tell the lab techs its coming…it’s almost like they don’t want to know what it is,” Doe 12 said while laughing in the video.
As more information goes public about the nature of the abortion industry, the worst fears of pro-life activists are being confirmed on an almost daily basis.
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