Re: A New Secret Keeper Question
- From: richard e white <chiphead@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 05 Apr 2006 19:27:38 -0700
Brent Braten wrote:
I know it is rather trivial, being as it happened the night before the first
book opens, but I am wondering how Hagrid knew where to find the Potters
(Harry) if Peter was the Secret Keeper?
The point I am trying to get at is that in book three - when Fudge is
visiting with McG. in the Three Broomsticks - McG. says the Sirius was the
Potters' secret keeper. But if Hagrid knew where to find them then Peter
must have told him. This, in the very least, should have cast some doubt
upon Sirius' guilt and earned him a trial.
I'm almost sorry for pointing out this glaring inconsistancy but therer it
is. Any thoughts?
It was DD who helped in casting the Fidelius charm on the Potters'
house, so probably he told Hagrid. I hope we find out in book 7 how DD
found out so quickly about what happened at Godric's Hollow.
No. DD told them the best chance to hide was the f charm. No where in the books
does it say who cast it. in fact the scean in the ss with black and lupin hints
that Jameds did the charm himself as it was James that black talked into useing
peter. I know this is weak at best but that is the closest the books come to
saying who did the casting.
Richard The Blind Typer
Lets Hear It For Talking Computers.
- Prev by Date: Re: OOTP question
- Next by Date: Re: OOTP question
- Previous by thread: Re: A New Secret Keeper Question
- Next by thread: Re: A New Secret Keeper Question