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Harry Potter and The Half Blood Prince - Harry Knows Dumbledore Told Snape to Kill Him!
Before Dumbledore and Harry set off to go to the cave to find the Horcrux, Harry witnesses Dumbledore telling Snape "If something goes wrong here tonight, I give you permission to do it." However this creates a major plot hole for Harry. He doesn't know Dumbledore told Snape to kill him until Harry views Snapes memories in the 7th book. If Harry already witnesses this then after Snape kills Dumbledore Harry wouldn't accuse Snape at all.
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somedude writes:
I just watched the movie. There is no way Harry could have heard exactly what was being said..even if he did hear, it was out of context. Dumbledore could have been talking about anything. So Harry Still won't know until one of the next movies what that conversation was about.
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Kitty Kitty writes:
I agree with somedude .... All Harry hears is Dumbledore saying "You agreed" To Snape... He could have been talking about anything and Harry would remain clueless over the actual context of conversation.
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