I'm pro-choice, but don't see the need for 3rd trimester abortions, and unless it is a case where the mother's life is at risk or the child is so deformed as to be non-viable, I'm against it.
I am also greatly disturbed by the recent right-wing attacks on birth control; making it more difficult to prevent pregnancy can only result in more abortions, and potentially more scenarios like this one.
I think that women DO have the right to decide whether and when they want to have children, mistakes happen, and no woman ought to be forced to carry a child to term against her will. This isn't just an argument about the sanctity of our bodies, but a woman's economic power depends on her ability to decide whether and when she has children, since the woman nearly always winds up being the primary caretaker. Curtailing a woman's choice in this matter has huge implications in terms of her economic power...and by extension, the amount of power she has in general.