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I promised to provide updates on the story of deceased abortionist Ulrich Klopfer, who kept over 2,200 preserved murdered babies in his home. The Associated Press reported his widow and her sister discovered the bodies. That little fact brings up a whole bunch of new questions. Authorities in Indiana did not discover any murdered babies at the shutdown clinics operated by Klopfer. They found a bunch of old medical records. One former patient told CBS Chicago that Klopfer expressed no empathy or emotion when describing the abortion process. She also said he left her bleeding and scarred after her second abortion.

On Monday, news came out that the family of a dead abortion doctor found over 2,200 well-preserved bodies of babies he murdered when he was alive. Dr. Ulrich Klopfer resided in Illinois but had a clinic in South Bend, IN, where 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg serves as mayor. Buttigieg finally received questions on the house of horrors. Something tells me his answers won't shock you.

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.

The South Bend Police Union released a scathing statement against Mayor Pete Buttigieg, a 2020 Democrat presidential candidate, over his handling of a white cop shooting and killing a black man. The union claimed that Buttigieg has exploited this incident for political gain, which has driven "a wedge between law enforcement officers and the community they took an oath to serve."

The Supreme Court upheld an Indiana law that required a burial or cremation of an aborted human being, but decided to provide an unsigned opinion on the portion of the law that bans abortion based on sex, race, and disability. Vice President Mike Pence signed the bill into law in 2016 when he served as governor of Indiana. Justice Clarence Thomas issued an opinion in support of the Indiana law on abortion restrictions due to eugenics using abortion as a form of eugenics on minorities.

This Case of the Week involves an Indianapolis man who successfully ambushed three home burglars, killing one and driving off the others, who were ultimately arrested. (Click here for a link to the news report by the IndyStar.) Local prosecutors have announced that they do not intend to bring charges against the defender. Based on the reported facts this appears to be a perfectly sound call by prosecutors. So, a big win for the good guy, right?
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