To the shock of no one, the man had a laundry list of problems with the state authorities and health department when he worked as an abortion doctor.
Did the left really think Kermit Gosnell was an isolated incident? That’s what they wanted to believe. I can tell you as a former pro-choicer and regular Planned Parenthood donor that we choose to remain ignorant. Ignorance is the only way to blind yourself to the horrors of abortion.
Let me introduce you to the now-deceased Ulrich “George” Klopfer from South Bend. His family found over 2,200 well-preserved bodies of the babies he murdered when he was an abortion doctor.
Klopfer died on September 3. His family did what every family does when one of them dies.
Usually, when you go through a home you will find a treasure trove of family history. My mom unearthed our Italian past when her father passed away, revealing linens my great-grandmother made on her adventure to America and pictures of her old life in Italy.
Klopfer’s family unearthed a true house of horrors. From The South Bend Tribune:
The attorney for Klopfer’s family called authorities on Thursday, when family members found the 2,246 fetal remains as they went through Klopfer’s home in unincorporated Will County, according to the Sherrif’s Office. Klopfer died Sept. 3.
Sheriff’s deputies, crime scene investigators and the county coroner went to the home, found the remains and took possession.
Will County authorities said there was no evidence that medical procedures were conducted on the property, and the family is cooperating in the investigation. Will County is about 45 miles southwest of Chicago.
Klopfer was a longtime doctor at the Women’s Pavilion clinic in South Bend, where he provided abortions for decades. He also performed abortions at clinics in Gary and Fort Wayne. He was believed to be Indiana’s most prolific abortion doctor, with thousands of procedures in multiple counties over several decades.
Do you know who else kept dead bodies or parts of bodies? These serial killers:
- Ted Bundy
- Jeffrey Dahmer
- Ed Gein
- Dennis Rader aka the BTK murderer
- Ed Kemper aka the Co-Ed Killer
- John Wayne Gacy
Klopfer did not just keep the bodies. He took the steps to preserve the dead bodies.
Klopfer performed abortions at the Women’s Pavilion in South Bend. I want to know how he not only stayed in business but had the ability to keep his medical license for so long.
His tenure had numerous problems due to several allegations. The Indiana Attorney General’s office alleged that Klopfer never had the staff to provide sedation for patients. The office also accused Klopfer “of errors on state-mandated terminated pregnancy reports, late submissions on several reports of abortions provided to girls 13 or younger, and having unqualified staff members providing pre-abortion counseling to patients.”
For years the state health department discovered various health code violations:
- Staff members taking home soiled lines to wash
- Delayed disposal of dead babies
- Nobody maintained emergency response equipment
Authorities charged Klopfer “in St. Joseph County with a misdemeanor charge of failure to timely file a public report” in June 2014. He also faced accusations “of waiting months to report an abortion he provided to a 13-year-old girl in South Bend.”
Did anything happen to Klopfer? Nope! Authorities dropped the charge after he “completed a pre-trial diversion program.”
The Indiana Medical Licensing Board finally suspended Klopfer’s license in August 2016 “for failing to exercise reasonable care and violating several documentation requirements.” The clinic shut down a few months after Klopfer left.
“We’re all human beings, we all make mistakes and we have to deal with the consequences okay?” – Dr. Ulrich Klopfer responding to questions from @WSBT after a 2014 court hearing. He was accused of waiting too long to report a 13-year-old girls sexual activity after her abortion. pic.twitter.com/KKq55aZCm0
— Max Lewis (@MaxLewisTV) September 15, 2019
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