Published: Fri, September 20, 2019
Health Care | By Cedric Leonard

IN bishop offers cemetery for burial of aborted remains

IN bishop offers cemetery for burial of aborted remains

St. Joseph County Prosecutor Ken Cotter said that police, prosecutors and officials from the IN attorney general's office served a search warrant at Klopfer's former clinic IN South Bend.

No fetal remains were found at those locations, said St. Joseph County (Ind.) Prosecutor Ken Cotter.

Officers from the Fort Wayne Police Department search the former site of an abortion clinic owned by Dr Ulrich Klopfer after 2200 foetal remains were found at his IL home.

On Thursday afternoon, a few dozen anti-abortion activists gathered outside the county coroner's office in Will County, Ill., to pray and call for formal burial of the remains.

"We collectively ask that the media and the public not pass judgment on the Klopfer family, who made this startling discovery and who have been cooperating fully throughout this entire process", Kelly said, adding that neither the family nor the doctor's widow knew why he had the fetuses hidden in the garage.

The Will County Sheriff's Office says the sheriff, county coroner and the county's top prosecutor will speak at 1:30 p.m. CDT Thursday outside the sheriff's office in Joliet.

Police spokeswoman Sofia Rosales-Scatena says she doesn't know what officers found there Thursday or what they were looking for. They were sealed in plastic bags placed inside cardboard boxes, he said.

No search warrants have been issued in Lake County, Indiana, for Klopfer's former abortion clinic in Gary or other properties in the northwestern Indiana potentially linked to Klopfer, said Bradley Carter, spokesman for the Lake County prosecutor's office.

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After spending more than seven hours rifling through the clutter reportedly inside Dr. Ulrich Klopfer's former Fort Wayne clinic, investigators began loading boxes of Klopfer's belongings into a large U-Haul truck Thursday. He also admitted that he did not give pain medication to adult patients unless they paid extra, and his clinic in Fort Wayne was described as dirty and unkempt, with broken equipment.

Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow said the remains will be transferred to IN authorities.

Because Klopfer is deceased, Glasgow emphasized that no criminal charges could be filed even though the late doctor did not adhere to IN law IN the disposal of fetal remains.

One woman told WNDU that she was raped as a minor and had an abortion at one of Klopfer's clinics.

Glasgow declined to state the estimated gestational age of the fetal remains, and did not elaborate as to how the bags were labeled. The remains will be transferred to the custody of the IN attorney general.

While Klopfer can not be charged with anything as he is deceased, the presence of fetal remains in his home suggests he violated in law regarding the disposal of medical waste, as well as a law regarding records keeping.

IN authorities will now lead the investigation. "I also hope that it doesn't get caught up in politics at a time when women need access to healthcare".

As mayor, Buttigieg attempted to block the construction of a pregnancy center in South Bend, and supported the operation of Whole Women's Health, an abortion clinic.

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