Newly Released Images Show Abortion Doctor Illegally Stored Fetal Remains In Car and Garage


WBBM-TV has released images from the Illinois home and car of a controversial abortion doctor.

Dr. Ulrich Klopfer’s passed away in 2019 and his family discovered boxes inside his garage, containing thousands of fetal remains. Police believe the remains are from abortions Klopfer performed at his three Indiana abortion clinics between 2000 and 2002.

According to WBBM:

Through the Freedom of Information Act, CBS 2 obtained never before seen photos of the 6,275 human chains and dollies needed to remove the grizzly evidence.

Among the normal garage staples of the recently deceased Dr. Ulrich Klopfer of recycle bins, tires and ladders, were boxes.

Boxes behind luggage as high as the windows. Boxes stacked amongst buckets and tools up to the ceiling. Some were wilting and rotting. All of them numbered and cataloged. All of them containing fetal remains: 2,246 in all.


Later another round of remains were found in Klopfer’s Mercedes Benz. The total number of remains found: 2,411.

The case was closed last month. No charges were brought.

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