This situation, in my humble opinion, has nothing whatsoever to do with being pro choice. It was clearly a situation of illegal, heinous acts.
However, I, as an old woman who was young prior to the legalization of abortion, feel strongly that men should not be able to control women's bodies. First males get females pregnant, often against their will, then they, the men, decide what should happen to the women. I particularly remember one situation where a very young friend became pregnant through no fault of her own and then felt forced to seek an illegal abortion because her father had made clear that he would kill her should she find herself pregnant while under his roof. The illegal abortion killed her. At her funeral, her father said that it was god's will, god's way of punishing his daughter.
I have always been personally very conservative in my life practices, however, I believe that it is not up to me to choose another's path. Were I to do that, most things a lot of people find pleasurable, would be illegal, including alcohol, all drugs, meat eating, smoking, etc. But it is not up to me, nor should it be up to me. Yes, abortion is always a tragedy but, to me, torturing animals so that meat eaters can consume them, is also a tragedy. Neither should be up to me. Nor should these things be under the control of others. In the case of a woman's body, by what right should a man, any man, her husband, boyfriend, brother, father etc., be able to tell her what to do. He does not have to live with the consequences - be they physical, financial, emotional or whatever. Not your body. Not your decision.
I am personally against ALL killing, abortions, the death penalty, war for any reason, the raising of animals for slaughter, or simply those deaths that come about because we are not generous enough to provide food for all persons or a safe atmosphere for everyone to live in. But it is not up to me.
As to the media. Everyone thinks, depending on his/her particular view point, that the media is biased against their beliefs.
In a perfect world, we would all love and care for one another. This is not a perfect world. Seemingly everyone is angry with everyone else and believes that everyone else is wrong and therefor should be subject to their wrath. We seem to have entered a time when civil discussion is endangered and kindness and compassion almost non existent. But I can try to be part of the solution by trying to accept the right of others to disagree with me without thinking that they are wrong, and biased and stupid and should just shut up. Peace can only begin with the individual.