Assuming you mean is it worse to be raped or to be killed, I'd have to say it's much worse to be killed (without wishing to trivialise rape).
On the Ched Evans thing, I don't think it's completely clear cut. Obviously what he was convicted of doing was beyond awful, but once he's served a prison sentence, in theory at least, shouldn't he be entitled to take up whatever job he can get (including football, given that that's where his abilities are)? I know rape is a very emotive subject, and I'm not getting into the rights and wrongs of his sentence and whether we punish it severely enough. There are occasions in life where people do really bad things, and change completely afterwards. But is that already too late, once they've done the thing they've done?
(Just to clarify I'm not defending rape or Ched Evans' actions under any circumstances. I'm just talking about the wider issue of rehabilitation).