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Harry summoned what remained of his courage.
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"What're we going to do?" said Ron quietly in Harry's ear. "D'you think they suspect Hagrid?"
Professor McGonagall was still staring at him, and for a moment, Harry thought she was going to explode, but when she spoke, it was in a strangely croaky voice.
"How do you know?" said Ron, his eyebrows raised.
"But, Ginny," said Mrs. Weasley. "What's our Ginny got to do with - with -- him?"
"Already here, Fudge," he said approvingly. "Good, good. . ."
"Prove it," he hissed.
Professor McGonagall ignored him and continued to shout through her megaphone:
"There's something moving over there," Harry breathed. "Listen ... sounds like something big ......
confide in .... It's like having a friend I can carry around in my pocket . . . .
her through first. "You're alive! I don't believe it! What happened?" How - what -- where did that bird come from?"
"I certainly remember you saying you were sorry you hadn't had a crack at the monster before Hagrid was arrested," said Snape. "Didn't you say that the whole affair had been bungled, and that you should have been given a free rein from the first?"
"I shall see you soon, I expect, Professor McGonagall," said Dumbledore, nodding to her. Professor McGonagall blew her nose in reply.
"I will escort you back to Gryffindor Tower," said Professor McGonagall heavily. "I need to address the students in any case.
The wand exploded with the force of a small bomb. Harry flung his arms over his head and ran, slipping over the coils of snake skin, out of the way of great chunks of tunnel ceiling that were thundering to the floor. Next moment, he was standing alone, gazing at a solid wall of broken rock.