Governments have had the option to punish subjects with death for all of human history. I don’t believe the right to life is absolute. If an active shooter in Britain won’t surrender they’ll kill him. The UK doesn’t have the death penalty.
The burden of proof for the state should be infallibly high, which it isn’t at this point.
I believe that heinous criminals who break the social contract and rape/murder have surrendered their right to life subject to a ruling by a jury of their peers.
I believe a viable human in the womb is a person (seperate dna signature from the mother). It deserves a constitutional right to life.
Now you will ask me what I define as “viable”. People could argue that all day.