According to reports, Dr. Ulrich Klopfer had been holding on to the corpses, or what was left of them, of some 2,246 unborn children, which were recently discovered in his home by his family following his passing.
The Will County abortionist had reportedly already been engaged in questionable behavior before this, as his medical license was suspended back in 2015 after he failed to report an abortion he performed on a 13-year-old girl.
Now, it has become clear that Klopfer may have been crazy all along, as he was secretly collecting the fetal remains left over from abortions he performed at his "Women's Pavilion" practice in South Bend, Indiana.
An attorney for Klopfer's family has stated that the discovery was made while loved ones were going through Klopfer's belongings following his passing on September 3. The family was also in the process of making arrangements with a local coroner.
Reports indicate that the 2,246 dead babies inside Klopfer's home were "medically preserved," meaning Klopfer knew what he was doing in keeping them as "specimens" for a reason that as of yet remains unknown.
Will County authorities are currently in the process of investigating the case to figure out why Klopfer had these dead babies in his possession, and what he was doing with them. And Klopfer's family has agreed to fully cooperate with them throughout the process.
These same authorities have told the media that they have not found any evidence that Klopfer was performing abortions or any other medical procedures inside his home.
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One obvious question that remains unanswered is: Was Dr. Klopfer engaged in an illicit baby body parts racket just like Planned Parenthood?
Since the guy was holding onto dead babies inside his home like some kind of creepy mortician, is there evidence to suggest that he might have been profiting from the sale of their bodily organs and other "resources," just like what StemExpress was recently exposed for doing?
The investigation is ongoing, so there aren't any clear answers to this question as of yet. But it's highly suspicious that an abortion doctor had thousands of dead babies inside his home, "medically preserved," as the media is now telling us.
This suggests that Klopfer may have been running his own black market "business" from his home, which many abortionists would seem incentivized to do, based on the money that we know Planned Parenthood executives have been making by illegally selling them to biotech companies.
More than likely nothing will happen to anyone at Planned Parenthood or StemExpress for their crimes. And since Klopfer is now dead, he, too, can't be investigated and prosecuted for justice purposes.
But it is our hope that this grotesque news will once again draw attention to the evils of the abortion industry, and the fact that aborted "fetuses" are, in fact, human beings that are routinely murdered both for convenience and for profit – even though it seems as though nothing ever happens to stop such evil.
"When a journalist exposed the fact that PP (Planned Parenthood) was selling baby body parts, instead of investigating them, AG (Attorney General) Kamala Harris had authorities in CA go to the home of the journalist and seize all his records," wrote one Breitbart News commenter.
"After the journalist appeared on Tucker Carlson a few weeks ago, the current AG of CA tried to get a gag order on the journalist. A court struck it down. This is what tyranny looks like!"
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