There are a few parts to this question that have stemmed from a conversation that I’ve recently had in regards to abortion.
The claim is that if a woman is so emotionally distraught from a rape situation that she feels compelled to have an abortion performed, that the guilt of the operation - lies on the rapist.
Just War got brought into the mix here as well. The claim was that the merits of a Just War should be merritted on the consequences of the war and that any evils or sins committed during that war (killing for example) should be placed on the backs of the authorities that called for the war.
In like manner, if someone decides to rob a store and because they rob the store, the man who owns the store can no longer pay for medicine that was helping his son. His son inadvertently dies due to these implications. Is the man who robbed the store inadvertantly responsible for murder?