Re: Proving Harry's innocence?
- From: "Aaron" <aaronsan@xxxxxxx>
- Date: 30 Jun 2006 12:52:16 -0700
They couldn't have done that. As the Minister of Magic observes to
Percy in Book Five (Chapter 8, pg 338 hardback), "My dear boy! Of
course we can't subject him to veritaserum or extract his memory to a
pensive - I mean think of it, book five will lose four hundred pages!"
That was also the reason that the headmaster/mistress of two wizarding
schools and their NEWT grade students whiled away the bulk of the year
wasting time over a tournament that could have been over and done with
within a week.
And that was also the reason that Crouch junior didn't ask harry to
meet him in hogsmead, asked him to clutch his arm and disapparated with
him to voldy's den.
And also the reason that Harry didn't walk up to Draco in Book six,
pull his sleeve up and check if he had the dark mark on him.
I mean if I were the Commander, Auror Office, I would give the bulk of
my aurors a vacation and ask them all to come back to duty a week
before the final exams at hogwarts. Because that is when the action
LOL. Nicely done. Bitter, but nice.
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