Point 1. Shedding Blood Amongst Non-Jews
One of the seven commandments given to the offspring of Noah is the prohibition against shedding blood. In chapter 9 of the Laws for a King the Rambam says:
Adam was commanded six things: not to engage in idolatry, praising God, no shedding blood, no immodesty, no theft, and establishing a court... another commandment was added for Noah, and that is not eating the limb of a live animal...  a non-Jew that kills another person, even a fetus in his mother, he will be killedThe words of the Rambam deal with a non-Jew who kills a non-Jew. So, here we will clarify the law that deals with a Jew who kills a non-Jew. Is such an act forbidden, and if so what is the extent of the prohibition?