Additional aborted babies’ remains were found Wednesday at a property rented by the late abortionist Ulrich Klopfer. The Will County Sheriff’s Office didn’t release the exact number of bodies recovered but said they believe there are “less than 100.”
Detectives searched eight vehicles owned by Klopfer that have been stored in an outdoor gated lot for more than six years at a business in Dolton, Illinois. The remains were found inside the trunk of a 1990s Mercedes Benz.
Authorities discovered “five plastic bags and one box that contained numerous medically preserved fetal remains,” the Will County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement Wednesday.
“The remains recovered were preserved, packaged, and marked similarly to the previous [2,246] fetal remains discovered at the Klopfer residence on Sept. 12. All of the items and information observed by detectives and crime scene investigators today, coincide with the previously known information that the fetal remains were from the time period of 2000-2002 when Dr. Klopfer was performing abortions in the state of Indiana,” the statement added.
During a search of Klopfer’s residence in the unincorporated Crete Township, the family informed detectives about other properties he rented and owned, including the vehicles. After the family found the keys to the vehicles the sheriff’s office conducted its search. “There was no indication that additional personal property was either stored or visible inside of the vehicles that would have contained additional fetal remains,” the Will County Sheriff’s Office said.
In response to the discovery, Susan B. Anthony List’s State Policy Director Sue Swayze Liebel, an Indiana native, said the pro-life organization is “calling on Congress to pass the Dignity for Aborted Children Act.” The legislation would require abortion providers to have the remains buried or cremated instead of disposing of them as medical waste.
The bill was sponsored by Sen. Mike Braun, R-Ind., following the discovery of 2,246 aborted babies’ remains inside Klopfer’s garage. Those remains have since been transferred to the Indiana Attorney General’s office where the bodies are being held as evidence as the investigation continues.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Melissa Barnhart