“People are blind to what’s going on,” said Lucy Papaik, chairwoman of the pro-life organization. “They are blind to the fact that abortions still happen. It’s time to start talking.”
In September, authorities found 2,246 medically preserved remains of aborted babies in the former Indiana abortionist’s home in Illinois. A few weeks later, they found 165 more babies’ remains in a vehicle stored on one of his properties. Klopfer’s family reported finding the remains shortly after he died Sept. 3. Indiana and Illinois authorities have been working together to investigate the gruesome discovery.Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill, who is leading the investigation, said they will give the babies a proper burial.“
We remain committed to ensuring that all these unborn children receive a respectful final disposition here in Indiana,” he said in a statement earlier this month.