The chaos and pain left by a deceased but notorious Indiana abortion doctor continues.
An initial report from Indiana’s attorney general says sloppy record-keeping and the deteriorated condition of nearly 2,500 sets of fetal remains found at property owned by late Indiana abortion doctor Ulrich Klopfer mean the remains cannot be identified, according to the Associated Press and ABC 7 Chicago.
Tuesday’s report by Attorney General Curtis Hill comes more than three months after relatives of Klopfer found 2,246 sets of fetal remains in Klopfer’s garage in Will County, Ill., after his Sept. 3 death at age 79.
Authorities found another 165 sets of remains in inside an automobile owned by Klopfer.
It was said that during his career, Klopfer would compete with other abortion doctors at a Chicago clinic in an attempt to perform the most procedures each day.
Klopfer is said to have been so avid about his calling in the 1970s that he would set his cup of coffee aside and rush to the procedure room to abort more children whenever his chief rival walked by.
This emphasis on volume over his 4-decade tenure saw him become one of the Midwest’s most prolific abortion providers and a focus of weekly protests at his clinics in Gary, South Bend and Fort Wayne, Ind.
The remains were found in Will County and south suburban Dolton. Klopfer worked at abortion clinics in Fort Wayne, Gary and South Bend, Indiana.