By: Selevas Amagus
Almost 22 years after the death of Voldemort, there was an anonymous tip collected, not even ten minutes ago, by the anonymous Owl Post here at The Daily Prophet. The post warns that a new Death Eater alliance may be uprising.
The post also contained information that Witches and Wizards who may be Death Eaters are using muggle-means of communication known as Facebook Groups. The group itself is private and contains self proclaimed Death Eaters, with a member total nearing nearly 60 or more individuals.
When The Daily Prophet had a chance to catch up with Faith Kerstetter, an authoritative figure in the group, we were told simply this:
Having a medium to express my beliefs in the Dark Arts, The Slytherin House and Being a Death Eater means a lot to me. Too long have we been in hiding and publicly renounced for our ideology.
Kersetter went on to say that there was a committee of Death Eaters being assembled in the near future to help promote their cause.
For now, not much other than the above is known, but it has left the Wizarding World with more questions than answers.
Why are Death Eaters assembling publicly and even more concerning, are they trying to bring back "He Who Must Not Be Named"?
More on this story as it develops. Our sources inside of the Death Eaters Rebirth group are keeping us apprised of any major changes or cautionary events.
Note: For anyone else who has information on this group, The Daily Prophet is offering a substantial reward. The group can be found below.
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