Guardian open journalism: Three Little Pigs

“This advert for the Guardian’s open journalism, screened for the first time on 29 February 2012, imagines how we might cover the story of the three little pigs in print and online. Follow the story from the paper’s front page headline, through a social media discussion and finally to an unexpected conclusion.”

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  1. A groundswell of public support wakes up the real human emotion to protect from these intrusive violations and have the natural right to defend your ‘castle.’ Worldwide awareness also involve a high volume of support from around the world. The ‘castle law’ becomes part of the Little Piggies case, where many ‘survivors/defenders’ voice their harrowing and death-defying experiences in protecting themselves and their families; fighting back – rapists, armed robbers and strong-arm intruders in home invasions. These survivors unleash their intrinsic outrage, unexpected strengths and instinctively implement any accessible weapon to drive off and even kill their dangerous predators. These situations begin to move on to a decision to allow defensive violence and giving defenders every benefit of the doubt when protecting themselves, their families and their homes. The new castle law takes effect,…subsequent home intrusions drastically drop and homeowners are free to defend themselves.

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