CHICAGO (AP) -- In what's sure to be a politically charged ceremony, more than 2,400 fetuses found last year at the suburban Chicago home of one of the Midwest's most prolific abortion doctors will be buried Wednesday in Indiana.
The service in South Bend comes five months after relatives sorted through Dr. Ulrich Klopfer's belongings after his Sept. 3 death.
They came across sets of preserved fetal remains stacked floor to ceiling in his garage. More were later found in a trunk of a car.
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill will speak at the burial and later offer an update on the investigation into Klopfer.