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[18 Jan 2005|02:49pm]

Right.  I ought to report, then, oughtn't I, but MacNair got here a bit first.

'Twas a good bit of fun, I say. 

So this morning I got a look at the Daily Prophet, which is a bit off its game of late, I must say.  Slow with the reporting, quite tragic.  Anyway, got a look at it, and they think her da was the target.  Bit funny, that.
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[17 Jan 2005|06:12pm]

I've never crashed a finer party. Nice to get rid of so many Muggle-lovers in one go.

Call me spoiled but it's left me wanting more. Did anyone see today's Prophet? No news of our little massacre yet, but some Ministry drivel about that mess in Burnspath last week. I liked the last bit best, what was it, "no reason to expect further Death Eater activity in the area." If anyone'd care to join me, I'm of a mind to teach a lesson. That is: expect the unexpected.
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[19 Dec 2004|12:02pm]

Well I must say, recent events have been fun indeed. I do believe Black and Longbottom will think twice before playing with fire in the future.
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[14 Dec 2004|06:03pm]

I've changed my mind.  Tutus are too too kind.

But I should like to visit with him, my darling cousin.  I should like to make him scream, inside.

I've thoughts, many thoughts.
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[12 Dec 2004|07:56pm]

MacNair here. Now I've got one of these you arseholes better stop leaving me out of the fun.

Right. What's this rot I hear about tutus?
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[06 Dec 2004|10:59pm]

Frank Longbottom and Sirius Black disappear from their respective homes on the night of December the 2nd. Also on December the 2nd, Rabastan's manor happens to burn to ground. Alice and Frank have a row, and Alice assures us that we're going to be seeing a more responsible side of Frank from now on. Ladies and gentleman of the jury?
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[26 Nov 2004|12:50am]

There were objections, Dolohov.  Were I not indisposed at the time, I would certainly have voiced them.

Quite the rogue, you are.  It is not nearly as interesting as it once was.
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[23 Nov 2004|01:06am]

The helpful people at the Ministry were kind enough to provide me (indirectly, of course) with the address of one Hugh Longbottom. As fate would have it, he has gone and married himself to a Muggle. Can you imagine that? I think a little visit to the town of Burnley is in order...

Lucius, if there are no objections?
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[17 Nov 2004|06:02pm]

Frank Longbottom has entirely too many cousins. Being an altruistic person, I have decided to help him with this problem. Would any of you care to join me?
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[21 Oct 2004|09:26pm]


It was fun even if it wasn't very productive. Faces of fear are ones to be treasured forever. They ran from us and there was death in their eyes. Just for the sight of that I believe it was all worth it.

I'm still not entirely sure why they picked me of all wizards to tail. I suppose I should be flattered really. Stupid dirty bloods.
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[20 Oct 2004|10:43pm]

A few rats made an escape tonight.  We are not pleased.

I believe the group of them included, in the least, that mad one-legged Auror.
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[15 Sep 2004|01:58am]

Have we gone public then? Are we announcing our allegiance to the Dark Lord? Certainly we have been looking forward to the day when we need no longer hide in the forests, but I had not been informed. Perhaps this was because of young master Lestrange's seniority to me in our little group. Oh...wait a moment. He doesn't have seniority.

Perhaps you would like to explain, then, Rabastan, why you completely and totally relinquished the advantage of anonymity?
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[10 Sep 2004|10:28pm]

More of you ought to be here.  I love the pretty sandcastles and the way the water flows; there is no water in most places, and when there is, it isn't the same.
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[31 Aug 2004|09:57pm]

This afternoon I was tossed out of the Hog's Head.  This ought not be a concern, but it was terrible timing.

Regardless.  There are things I must discuss with the Dark Lord.  If anyone know knows how I might speak to him?  Lucius, I assume you would know, and frankly I'd quite prefer not to go through Bellatrix.  Antonin?  Anyone?

This is very important.
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[30 Aug 2004|09:01pm]

Brilliant, Bellatrix.  Absolutely wonderful work, Antonin.  You've called Dumbledore out of hiding and got one of the wolves killed.

I cannot express my irritation in strong enough terms.
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[25 Aug 2004|11:35pm]

There's a full moon coming up in five days. I'm getting restless, how fare the rest of you?
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[16 Aug 2004|04:16pm]

Next time around I think we really ought to shave the Muggles before we burn them. I found the stench that came off their hair whilst burning to be most unappetising. All in all, though, it was a good outing. I reckon we've sent a clear message to the wizarding community at large. Still, I think we should strike again, and soon. We won't get anywhere resting on our laurels.
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[09 Aug 2004|07:19pm]

One of the things that seperates us from the Ministry is that when we say we're going to do something, we actually do it. Malfoy called for a celebration, and that sounds like a fine idea to me. Obviously we've got to clear things with the Dark Lord, but if we get his say so, I want to see planning done, and I damn well had better see execution.
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[07 Aug 2004|02:15pm]

We have been silent in recent days, nursing wounds that resulted from the rubbish at Beaulieu.  Clearly these days must end.  If we are to weather these changes, we must remain strong, both in principle and in action.

Further, as we continue to work with those mongrel wolf-men, I have dispatched owls to the lot of you, carrying silver daggers.  As you may recall, Loy was lost due to one of those beasts at the beginning of July, and if I am not mistaken, one nearly bit Mulciber on the 31st.  This is unacceptable, and it seems few of you have thought to acquire your own bloody tools of self-defence.  If you do not receive your daggers by Wednesday, contact me for a replacement.

Hamal's support continues to erode, due in large part to generous monetary contributions in the proper places: a rather pleasant side effect of becoming involved in politics, I must say.  I expect Bagnold to be named Minister within the next handful of days. 

I've a number of thoughts on how one might celebrate such an occasion.
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[05 Jul 2004|04:13pm]

My lost children shall not be forgotten.  They walk beside me, even now, and their spirits light our path - they shall not die in vain. They shall not be simple dust, but fuel for a revolution; the revolution whereby we will rise from the ground, rise from the shadowed corners of the barren world of muggles, rise from the quiet in which we hide, and reclaim that which is ours, yours and mine, and say "We shall not be silenced.  We shall not be stopped."

We will not allow these invaders to enter our world and change it, turn it it something it cannot be, should never be.

We will not allow our world to be changed to suit their fickle, fleeting tastes.

We will not allow them to slaughter our family, and go unpunished.

There is a saying; it is a muggle saying, just as this is a muggle world, and just as we reclaim that world we reclaim these words as ours, as our power, our strength, our call to victory.  Vengeance is mine, sayeth the Lord

Vengeance is ours.

Berylsby.  Wilkinson.  Wadely.  Fenric.

Do not forget them.  We strike in their names, as well as mine.
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