Hundreds Join Indiana Attorney General to Bury Thousands of Dead Babies Found at Abortion Doctor’s House
“These babies deserved better than a cold, dark garage or the trunk of a car.”
Hundreds of people joined Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill to properly bury and mourn thousands of dead babies found in the garage of abortion doctor Dr. Ulrich Klopfer.
Klopfer’s relatives found 2,246 remains in his garage after he passed away. Officials found 165 more in a car at a business in Chicago.
Klopfer not only kept the remains, but preserved the bodies with formalin in cardboard boxes.
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill held the burial at a cemetery in South Bend, “keeping them together in rest, each of them connected by their common fate,” he said.
“Today, we finally memorialize the 2,411 unborn babies whose remains were senselessly hoarded by Dr. Ulrich Klopfer after he performed the abortions from 2000 to 2003,” Hill said at the burial. “These babies deserved better than a cold, dark garage or the trunk of a car.”
A woman who had an abortion attended the service:
Serena Dyksen, 44, of Elkhart, said she came because she had an abortion performed by Klopfer as a teenager, after she was raped. She said her parents took her to have the abortion done.
“Coming here today was just another layer of the healing process,” said Dyksen, who said she has two children, ages 26 and 24. “As post-abortive men and women, sometimes we think we shouldn’t be able to mourn the loss of our children, but it was a loss of life. It doesn’t matter the situation, the age, I still had a mother’s heart.”
“We don’t want to forget what happened,” she added. “There are so many hurting women in our community because of this. This is a place for mothers to come to mourn the loss of their children.”
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