CRETE, ILLINOIS – Early at the scene of a Crete Illinois home where news broke Friday night about the remains of 2,246 aborted babies being discovered, prolife activist Jill Stanek spoke bluntly about what she saw Saturday morning.
"The only media there was a guy from a Joliet paper, reminiscent of the lack of press attention at the Gosnell trial. There were three Will County Sheriff's Department vehicles – but the area wasn't taped off as a crime scene," Stanek told Illinois Review.
"Imagine if 2,246 bodies of born people had been found there. Even 29 – the number of boys and men found a John Wayne Gacy's house. The press camped out there for days and police were everywhere. The reason for the disparity, of course? Abortion."
Stanek shared with Illinois Review several photos she took of the buildings at 2901 East Pine Ct in unincorporated Will County, Illinois – reported to be the home of abortionist Dr. Ulrich Klopfer. Klopfer is alleged to have performed abortions at a clinic in South Bend Indiana, a three hour drive east of the Crete residence.
According to the sheriff's office, an attorney representing the family of Klopfer was going through the doctor's personal property in unincorporated Will County when the remains were discovered. Klopfer reportedly died on September 3. (Will County Sheriff's Department statement HERE on Illinois Review)
More on this story to come …