By Cheryl Sullenger
Indianapolis, IN -The Medical Licensing Board of Indiana met this morning and promptly dismissed a motion filed by abortionist Ulrich Klopfer, 73, seeking to dismiss the disciplinary case against him. A full disciplinary hearing will now take place at a later date and could result in the revocation of his medical license.
"In a better world, it would have been great to see a suspension of Klopfer's license pending revocation proceedings, but for now, we are pleased that the disciplinary case against him will proceed," said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman.
The Medical Licensing Board of Indiana filed an Administrative Complaint against Klopfer on September 17, 2014, accusing him of committing over 1,800 violations between July 2012, and November 2013. The allegations pertained primarily to intentional omissions on Termination of Pregnancy Reports that protected suspected child sex offenders and hid gestational ages from authorities.
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