Indiana lawmakers are calling for an investigation into the more than 2,200 aborted fetuses found in the northeast Illinois home of the late abortionist, Dr. Ulrich “George” Klopfer.
Klopfer worked in South Bend, Indiana, where Democrat presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg is Mayor. Buttigieg, an abortion supporter, has not commented on the findings despite the fact that Klopfer operated as an abortionist in South Bend while he way Mayor.
Indiana Republican State legislators including Ron Bacon, Liz Brown, Christy Stutzman and Denny Zent are asking the state attorney general’s office to look into clinics in Lake, St. Joseph, and Allen counties where Klopfer had performed abortions and which are now closed. They are concerned that more remains will be found in the shuttered medical centers.
Klopfer, who had a reputation of being Indiana’s most prolific killer of babies, died on September 3. The remains were found by relatives who were cleaning the doctor’s home after his death. Authorities do not believe the fetuses were aborted there.
Other elected officials including Republican Governor Eric Holcomb and U.S. Congresswoman Jackie Walorski are calling for a federal investigation in addition to the one requested by the state lawmakers.
Indiana revoked a South Bend Clinic’s license where Klopfer worked in 2015 citing numerous violations including the clinic’s failure to provide women with 18 hours of abortion counseling before performing the procedure. Klopfer’s own medical license was revoked in 2016 by the Indiana Medical Licensing Board for failing to provide qualified staff when patients received medication before or after their abortions. Though Klopfer was not practicing at the time of the revocation, he bragged to the Board that he had never lost a patient in 43 years of performing abortions.
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