Illinois: In the recent turn of events, a flat in the state of Illinois in America, was found to have stored more than 2000 medically preserved fetal remains. As per sources, the house was occupied by Dr Ulrich Klopfer, who was a long-time doctor at an abortion clinic in South Bend, Indiana. The clinic was closed after the state revoked his license in 2015. The closure was due to complaints against the clinic that accused of lacking proper documentation about patients and policies regarding medical termination of pregnancy. It was after the death of the doctor on September 3rd, 2019, that the fetal remains were discovered.
Prima facie, it is believed that the remains are the results of illegal abortion that was conducted by the doctor. However, there is no proof that he had executed the abortions in his apartment. Following the shocking turn of events, the police department has begun preliminary investigations. The crime came to light after the family notified the cops about the medically preserved fetal remains and asked the department to clear off the same from the apartment.
Presently, 2146 pieces of fetal remains have been discovered. Though multiple tests are lined up, the gestational period of the remains is not been able to trace as yet. It is stated that he used to work in multiple abortion clinics in the state of Illinois. The medical license of Dr. Klopfer was canceled in 2016.
According to the law of Indiana medical termination of pregnancy after 22 weeks is a punishable offense. violin Indiana it is believed that the doctor has performed more than 30,000 abortions. Shockingly, he is also known to have aborted the Pregnancy of a 10-year-old girl in the past. The police department has assured that further details will be divulged in the coming days.
Following the revelation, various pro-life groups have expressed their angst over the inhumane act that has come to light recently. Following this, the Pro-life movements have urged the whole catholic church to pray for the unborn, who are under the scrutiny of abortions.