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So people who care, which is to say, nobody at all, may remember I posted about being reading the Harry Potter series almost a month ago. The quality of the story has improved a lot, though I do feel the first three books are rather mediocre. Currently, I am 200 pages into the Half-Blood Prince, but I have been wondering something since the beginning of Order of the Phoenix. The whole while the Ministry is flipping their lid about how they think Harry is lying about the dementor attack and Voldemort coming back, how come they don't just use veritaserum? I mean, it does seem like a pretty tricky potion to make, and it is probably not entirely reliable (Since they could argue it is just from his perspective that his words are the truth. And then there's the fact that some wizards may be able to reject the potion entirely, I don't actually know), and it goes without saying that they wouldn't want His return to be confirmed, seeing a how they suck. Even then, the fact that truth serum exists and is still not a basic asset in wizard trials is...kind of puzzling, I guess.
A more pressing question is what even happened with Sirius. From what the narrative says, Bellatrix did not use the Avada Kedavra curse, but a simple stunning spell. So was it going through the veil that killed him? What is even with the veil, anyway? I guess Rowling wanted to leave that ambiguous, but it still confusing.
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