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The remains of more than 2,200 aborted babies were found at the home of an abortionist who recently died, according to police and family members.
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Dr. Ulrich Klopfer performed abortions in South Bend, Indiana — the city where pro-choice Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg serves as mayor — until his license was suspended in 2015 over multiple violations. He died on Sept. 3.
When his family went through his house, according to local media outlet WSBT 22, they found an alarming number of medically preserved aborted babies. Authorities later put the total number at 2,246.
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An investigation into the babies' remains is ongoing, with authorities finding no evidence of procedures being performed at his home, according to WSBT 22.
The pro-life group Live Action called the discovery “horrifying,” drawing a parallel to the police investigation into the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, abortion clinic of Dr. Kermit Gosnell.
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“The grisly discovery is reminiscent of what investigators found when they raided the Philadelphia abortion facility of now-imprisoned abortionist Kermit Gosnell, who kept aborted fetal body parts in jars in his facility,” Live Action said.
“Abortionist Michael Roth also kept body parts of his aborted victims. In other words, Klopfer isn’t the only abortionist with a penchant for collecting body parts of his victims.”
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Whole Woman's Health Alliance, a local abortion provider, said in a statement that they were “shocked” by the news of the macabre discovery at...
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