More than 2,000 medically preserved fetal remains were found on the property belonging to a deceased Indiana doctor who had his license suspended in 2015 for abortion violations.
The remains were found by the family of Ulrich Klopfer while going through his personal belongings at his home in Will County, Ill., 45 miles southwest of Chicago.
An attorney representing the family notified the Will County Coroner’s Office Thursday.
“Personnel were directed to an area of the property where 2,246 medically preserved fetal remains were located,” the Will County Sheriff’s Office said, according to NBC News.
Authorities found no evidence that the procedures had been performed at his property.
Klopfer, who died on Sept. 3 at age 75, was a highly controversial doctor, who got into trouble with the law for medical malpractice.
In 2015, the Indiana Medical Licensing Board voted to suspend his medical license indefinitely.
According to the office of the Indiana Attorney General, Klopfer performed roughly 2,405 surgical and medical abortions at his three clinic locations between January 2012 and November 2013.
He allegedly failed to provide counseling information to patients undergoing abortion procedures, which is required by Indiana law, court documents show.
Klopfer also allegedly performed abortion on two 13-year-old girls, but failed to properly complete and submit records to the state’s Department of Health.
In January 2016, the Indiana Attorney General’s Office filed a complaint on alleging that Klopfer violated state law nine times by failing to provide qualified personnel to monitor patients undergoing surgical abortion procedures, according to local news station WNDU.
Clearly that man had a sick obsession.