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"Yes, well," said Fudge, looking embarrassed, "we're about to go for a short walk on the grounds, Harry, if you'll excuse us ... perhaps if you just go back to your class -"
"You saved my life with that gillyweed, Dobby, you really did," said Harry.
"The very same," said Karkaroff eagerly. "I believe he used a network of well-placed wizards, both inside the Ministry and out, to collect information -"
Fred and George looked at each other. Then Fred said abruptly, "I've told you before, Ron, keep your nose out if you like it the shape it is. Can't see why you would, but -"
"You will take Harry back to school, Hagrid," Dumbledore repeated firmly. "Take him right up to Gryffindor Tower. And Harry - I want you to stay there. Anything you might want to do - any owls you might want to send - they can wait until morning, do you understand me?"
"I'm your son!" he screamed up at Crouch. "I'm your son!"
"Only," said Bagman, smiling awkwardly, "well - I know I've been a bit of an idiot -"
"And he trusts Snape?" Ron said. "He really trusts Snape, even though he knows he was a Death Eater?"
"I've got to tell Dumbledore!" Harry yelled.
Ron, however, was looking uncomfortable.
"What?" said Ron and Hermione together.
"We need to talk," said Karkaroff abruptly when he had reached Snape. He seemed so determined that nobody should hear what he was saying that he was barely opening his lips; it was as though he were a rather poor ventriloquist. Harry kept his eyes on his ginger roots, listening hard.
Harry, Ron, and Hermione shook their heads.
The gargoyle remained immovable.
The size of a swan, with magnificent scarlet-and-gold plumage, he swished his long tail and blinked benignly at Harry.