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However one critical detail is missing: Who took the photo?
Because the cage had components nicked off, it's possible that the photo could have been taken on a simple good-faith routine with Hermione's mother in its private holding (so, presumably on that Monday morning before the girls first moved to Dolores Umbridge's cell in her picturesque wildgrass corridor).
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