41.3 F
Monday, March 27, 2023
HomeIllinois NewsWeyermuller: Despite AG report, questions remain about Klopfer and thousands of aborted...

Weyermuller: Despite AG report, questions remain about Klopfer and thousands of aborted victims



Screen Shot 2020-01-22 at 2.01.51 PM

By Mark Weyermuller - 

Today is the 47th anniversary of Roe vs Wade, a Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion (killing babies) on January 22, 1973. An estimated 62 million babies have been killed in the womb in the United States since this court decision. 


On December 31, 2019, a 61 page report was released from Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill pertaining to the 2411 aborted children remains of which 2246 were found in a garage in Crete, Illinois and 165 were found in the trunk of a car in Dolton, Illinois.   The remains were found in September 2019 after abortions performed by deceased Dr. Ulrich Klopfer. The abortions were  performed in 2000-2003 in Indiana, according to Hill's report.

The 2246 aborted children were found shortly while Klopfer's family members were cleaning out the abortionist's home garage after his death. They were located in 71 cardboard boxes in the detached garage, labeled with names of the mothers and dates of their abortions. Thousands of medical records were also found in the garage, and at Klopfer's three Indiana abortion clinics, now closed.  On October 11, 2019, 165 aborted children remains and medical records were found in an automobile owned by Klopfer at a storage facility in Dolton, Illinois. 

In the report, AG Hill points out these private medical records were abandoned and not properly stored or disposed of.  It has been reported all the medical records and the 2411 aborted children remains are at an undisclosed location in Indiana under custody of the Indiana attorney general. Of note in the report: The AG's staff cannot independently verify the identity of each of the remains. They plan to  to have the fetal remains “interred” in a respectful and dignified manner in accordance with state law.

The 61 page report is on this link: https://www.in.gov/attorneygeneral/files/Klopfer%20Preliminary%20OAG%20Report%2012.19.19.pdf

Illinois Review has followed this case since September when the remains were discovered. There are many questions not answered and many not even asked.

What was Klopfer’s possible motive keeping 2411 aborted children in his garage and his car?  Who else was Involved?  What are the laws in transporting medical waste or human remains across state lines or in a personal automobile? What did he do with aborted children remains in later years 2003-2016?  What did he do with remains prior to 2000?  Was he selling body parts?  Is it a normal procedure to bag and label aborted children remains in the abortion industry? Will more remains be found in the future?  Vice President Mike Pence asked if the children were being kept as “trophies.”

Have investigators looked at Klopfer’s bank statements, charge cards, cell phone records, etc?  Have they interviewed last employees? What medical waste removal service has she used? Is the investigation now closed? Are there practices going on today with other abortion doctors?  When will the 2411 aborted children received a proper burial?
There are some issues by state law if the remains can be buried together or if it would require 2411 separate burials.  
Nobody seems to have any answers. Many many questions need to be asked, answered, and investigated. 


- Never miss a story with notifications

- Gain full access to our premium content

- Browse free from up to 5 devices at once

Latest stories


  1. The civil rights of the unborn babies. The death of many black babies are because of the Jim Crows laws in place in this century.
    The 300 unborn baby Jews is caused by the anti Jew spreading in this century.
    Every minute world wide 90 babies are killed by abortion.
    Love Saves Lives
    Carl Lambrecht
    PS They are starting to kill the old people in some states.