I think he should not be put in the murderes, as he didn't kill a human, or any beings.
Once again, I find myself asking what the point of this page is. Hedwig died. Therefore Hedwig must have had a killer. But Hedwig must also have had parents, and other ancestors. The bottom line is, someone killed an owl, we don't know who. This page is full of MAYBE and PROBABLY, which frankly is sickening. Hedwig died when shot with a killing curse from an unknown source, probably a Death Eater, during the Battle over Little Whinging. That sentence, or something to its effect, on Hedwig's page, would suffice. Azraphon 20:13, December 8, 2010 (UTC)
In my opinion, the killer was Augustus Rookwood. That would make the most sense. The intension was to kill Harry/Hagrid, but this killed Hedwig by mistake. The killer may never be identified, but maybe if I wrote to Rowling, she'd reveal the killer. Maybe even SHE doesn't know.): —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Thomas246 (talk • contribs).
Well I also can't say who the killer is but I noticed that the killer is wearing the same mask as one of the Death Eaters at the Department of Mysteries. You can see it on a picture. Maybe a promo picture or made on the set but you can see on it someone who is wearing the same mask. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Dance with the Death (talk • contribs).
Could an administrator please change the name of this article back to "Hedwig's killer", with a lowercase "k"? I accidentally capitalized the "k" when renaming it and now I get an error when I try to rename it. Thanks, Shorty1982 22:19, October 2, 2011 (UTC)