At a fan meet-and-greet on March 10, Lorcan d’Eath, famed part-vampire singer, expressed sympathy for the passing of Gwynthr Hughes during his opening remarks.
“As a high-profile member of the part-vampire community, I have a responsibility to speak out when things are wrong. Those of us who have blood that is less than fully wizard have always been vilified, always had our motives questioned,” d’Eath said to fans. “I want to express sympathy to the werewolves of Taith Coch, who lost their brother in the attack.”
Michael and Insley Jacobin, noted conservative activists, put out a statement calling d’Eath’s remarks inappropriate, given that the ministry has concluded that the November 8 attack on Hogwarts was intentional.
“Personally, I don’t think d’Eath is an expert here,” said Insley Jacobin.