165 Aborted Babies Found in Trunk of Abortionist’s Car

In September authorities in Illinois found the remains of 2,246 aborted babies chemically preserved in bags that were boxed and stacked in abortionist Dr. Ulrich “George” Klopfer’s garage.

Last week they found another 165 aborted babies similarly preserved in marked bags in the trunk of an old Mercedes Benz that belonged to Klopfer.

Authorities believe the remains belong to babies who were aborted at Klopfer’s facilities between the years 2000 and 2002.

Klopfer lived in rural Illinois, but operated three abortion facilities in neighboring Indiana until 2016.

By his own estimate, he performed at least 30,000 abortions over the course of his career.

Klopfer passed away on September 3, and a few days later investigators were called to his home after family members found aborted fetal remains stored in his garage.

Following the discovery, authorities investigated Klopfer’s shuttered abortion facilities in Indiana, where they found thousands of unsecured medical records.

Between Klopfer’s home and the trunk of his Mercedes, authorities have recovered the remains of some 2,411 babies that Klopfer kept for nearly 20 years after aborting them.

Authorities reportedly will continue to search Klopfer’s property and belongings for additional remains or information.

Photo Credit: WGN9 Chicago, via Christian Post.

Free Pro-Life Movie Screening in Northwest Arkansas

This Friday, October 18, St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Fayetteville will host two screenings of the movie Unplanned.

The movie is based on the real-life experiences of Abby Johnson — a pro-life leader who formerly operated a Planned Parenthood facility in Texas.

The movie will show twice on Friday, October 18: Once at 9:30 AM and once at 6:30 PM.

Refreshments will be served, and childcare will be available for the 6:30 show.

If you live in the Northwest Arkansas area, this is a great opportunity to see a powerful movie and meet other pro-lifers.

U.S. Senator Cotton Sponsors Legislation to Require States to Report Botched Abortions

Little Rock, AR — Last week U.S. Senators Tom Cotton (R – Arkansas) and Joni Ernst (R – Iowa) filed the Ensuring Accurate and Complete Abortion Data Reporting Act of 2019. The law requires each state to report botched abortions to the Federal Center for Disease Control in order to qualify for Medicaid funding.

Family Council President Jerry Cox released a statement, saying, “This is very good legislation. Right now we don’t know how many babies are born alive after botched abortions in America. Some states don’t even tell the federal government how many abortions happen in their state. This bill would fix that.”

Cox said the proposal is similar to state laws on the books in Arkansas. “Thankfully the Arkansas legislature has already passed some of the best laws in the nation when it comes to tracking abortion statistics. We’ve passed good laws that protect babies from being killed or left to die if they survive an abortion. Botched abortions are a serious issue, and we need to treat them that way. “

Cox said he hopes Congress and the Senate will pass the Ensuring Accurate and Complete Abortion Data Reporting Act of 2019. “Ultimately, this is about protecting babies who survive abortion. That’s something we have to do. This is a good bill. I hope it’s passed and signed into law soon.”

Family Council is a conservative education and research organization based in Little Rock.