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It had been a long, boring day for Levi and it wasn't even halfway through. His morning had been filled with meetings and his early afternoon on paperwork. Just as he was thinking about popping down to the Atrium and apparating to his grandparents house for food the word came. A man previously found guilty of a crime was now, thanks to new evidence, innocent.

It hadn't been Levi's case. He hadn't arrested the man but still, as Head Auror it was his job to give the man, or since he was missing his family the good news. It also fell to him to take whatever bollocking may come with the delivering of said news. People did like to shoot the messenger after all.

To the Atrium he went then but a lunch of his grandmothers cooking would sadly have to wait. Disapparating beside the fountain the Auror soon appeared on a dirt road in what seemed to be the middle of nowhere. It was of course somewhere, exactly where Levi wanted to be. The Sannesley house wasn't too far of a walk.

He set off, his tan hiking boots disturbing the ground causing small dust clouds to hide his souls. Soon enough the bottom of his stonewash jeans were as dusty as a forgotten home and the heat forced him to take his jacket off. The white t-shirt he wore gleemed in the sunlight as his bare arms appreciated the warmth.

Soon the house came into view and Levi quickened his pace, springing up the steps he made the door in what he guessed would be record time. The house was huge and to Levi very off-putting. He could never see himself living in such a place - how on earth did they keep it clean?

His large hand he curled into a fist and knocked the door once... twice... three times. Taking a step back the Auror clasped his hands behind his back as he waited for and answer.

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Since the house elves had still been an issue to get returned, and even then they would not be staying at this house, it fell onto Pavon to answer the doors while his parents were busy and his cat brother of course could not do it for obvious reasons. He had been feeling better again and it was one of those things he would regret when school started and he would have to go through the process yet again. But right now he did not dwell on it. He no longer needed, .. was welcome to work for Artemisia because her son ruined everything. It opened up so much time to the young second born.

He walked down the stairs from his own room, down the hall, ignoring the paintings, and finally up to the main entrance. He opened it and was about to say. "Who is......" When his eyes stopped on the Auror. That memory of an Auror coming to his home last, when it was the interrogations and the witch hunt - ironically - after his relatives, was still fresh in the mind of someone who was but a child at the time. He paled while his smile was gone. He struggled not to show fear and even more so, not to just shut the door in Levi's face. It was probable that had it been any other auror but Levi, the door would have slammed shut. Since it was him and he had proven himself before to at least be somewhat kind, the boy hesitated.

Finally he shakily opened the door. Did they come for him? Did they finally figure out what his brother was? Did they learn of the deal he'd made? He made it so his brother would go free! Not that he could be caught and sent to prison. "...." He was speechless and his arms were shaking again, so that he had to stuff them into his pockets to hide them. His breathing had been faster too, and he was trying to hold his breath a few times to calm it and not to feel faint.

"c....ome in..." He breathed out wishing he could sound much more confident and brave, but he was terrified of Aurors and nothing could change that. At least not in such a short while.
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When the door opened Levi's smile was broad. He ignored completely Pavon's awkwardness having long ago decided it was from a fear of Aurors. It saddened him that anyone but criminals feared him but he knew many did, and Pavon had reason to.

"Hello Pavon. You're looking much better than last time we met." And the boy did look better, a whole lot better. Levi assumed his parents had been feeding him well, he hoped they hadn't had to force the boy though.

"I'm here to see your parents." The boy was just staring at him, not saying a word. Levi began to worry that he'd frozen and become stuck. It didn't sit right with him, seeing such a reaction to himself. He liked to think himself a decent guy and while he could be seen as tough it was a tough reserved for criminals.

Then he was invited in. There was one good thing about these old fancy homes and that was that Levi never had to worry about getting trapped in a doorway. It had happened and he'd had to magically free himself. It was embarrassing and on occassions he couldn't even laugh it off in the moment - that would have been inappropriate.

Once inside he looked around quickly, a habit he had. He checked for doors, windows and people. Seeing no people the doors and windows were quickly counted, their positions mentally noted. "Slow, deep breaths, Pavon. Take your time." He spoke quietly to the boy. The kid was in obvious distress, a priority in Levi's mind.

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"...T.....thank you." It was a compliment of sorts that needed answering. At least he hoped that Levi had not learned of the potion he'd made. This was another thing that he had also feared. That one day Morrigan or the headmaster would decide and report him to the authorities. But no, if it had been that, surely this Auror would have been more direct in what he came here for right? It made him feel no better.

Up until Levi said he was here to see his parents. The younger boy could just as well have turned to ice. His parents did nothing wrong! He made absolutely sure they knew nothing, they did nothing, it was all him. This could not be a repeat from the previous time where his relatives too had been taken and some never returned. He opened his mouth after a few moments, then closed it. Then opened it again, only to close it in silence, no words escaping.

He vaguely heard Levi speak, and after probably a third time his eyes turned to look at him. Finally he slowly nodded then blurted a:" My parents did nothing wrong!" Out. Followed. "Please don't take them!" As second. It was no admission of guilt. It was that fear that his parents would be taken, whether guilty or not, just like his brother was accused and persecuted. "They don't know where my brother is. We don't know." He said quickly, loud enough that if his brother was near, as a cat, he would have time to run, but still not so loud as to have his parents hear it.

"Please don't take them." His voice sounded miserable, fearful and broken. He was willing to admit to everything, anything, just to keep his own family safe. He felt a bit faint and pressed his palm against the wall to steady himself. He was aware that he could not protect them against an Auror yet there was a small thought in his mind that if it came to it, he would. He would buy them time enough for them to flee. This time he would not let them be taken. His other hand had slipped into the pocket of his robe, still shaking. Fingers curled around the wand although it was not yet pulled out.

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Levi's brow cocked as Pavon started to lose it. He saw little sense in it until he reminded himself that the boy didn't know the good news yet. The Auror knelt before the boy and placed a gentle hand on each shoulder. He'd noticed the hand that had sought the pocket and he didn't want to have to pull his own wand on the lad suspecting that Pavon's on the spot thinking had him in line to draw the weapon on the Auror. It would be a dumb move and one Levi couldn't ignore but hopefully he could stop it from actually happening.

"Pavon, calm down." His tone was firm but caring. "I'm not here to take your parents anywhere. I'm not even looking for your brother."

He kept his position, wouldn't move until he knew the boy's panic attack was over. Glancing around the hall again Levi wondered just where the parents were. Hadn't an elf alerted them yet? Didn't every pureblood who lived in a house this size have at least one elf?

"Breathe, Pavon." He told the Slytherin again. "Deep breath in. Hold for five then slowly let it out."

"No one is in any trouble today. I promise you that." His words were sincere. "I've got good news." Of course it could be seen as bad news too considering the time that had passed, all that had gone in between two points. Levi wasn't the decider, merely the messenger.

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He froze when hands were placed on his shoulders, his hand momentarily tightening the hold on his wand, but then, slowly, it began to relax it. His hand was still shaking. He stared at Levi and then slowly modded his head. After a few moments he hiccuped his first inhale. His second was more steady and slow. His third was following the instructions given. While his heart was still beating unpleasantly fast, he no longer looked ready to faint, flee, fight or worse. There was even a little colour returning to his face.

He held his breath, counting quietly to five. He released it slowly then nodded one more time. "You..are here... with good news?" He asked looking incrediolous. " ... not taking my mother and father?" He used those words respectfully. He searched Levi's face for any indication of deceit before hesitatning. His hand left the pocket, empty. "I will get them then. Uh... come with me. You can wait in the... " he hesitated. :" well just follow me." He lowered his gaze feeling quite ashamed:" ...last time...your .... the aurors came, it was not to bring good news. I apologise." He was still trying to sound like all was good, even if he was quite shaken.

" Would you like some tea? We've got some biscuits too..err or something else?" He hesitated. "What are the.... ?" He so wanted to know what it was about, still a little worried, that it might not be as good news as he would hope.

"This here." He indicated the room he took him in. It was the one with the strange paint that had the birds within move as if alive. It was cleaned up now, eith nice furniture a table, and a few seats. It was empty and would keep levi from pavon's cat... but at the same time it was indeed a room for guests to be entertained in. "I will return shortly. You can sit wherever. " he reminded himself of how helpful Levi had been last time. This was not the 'bad' auror.

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Levi couldn't outwardly react to the fact he knew Pavon was so close to hexing him. He'd have to report his suspicions if he did and that was the very last thing he wanted to do. He kept his hands gently on Pavon's shoulders, his hands covered them up almost completely.

His nod was answer to Pavon's first question. A shake of his head to the second. Finally the boy seemed to have gotten himself back in control and Levi stood up. Again he noticed the hesitation but ignored it. Pavon wasn't going to get over his aversion to Aurors all at once, baby steps were what it would take.

"You've nothing to apologise for." Levi told the boy as they walked along. "Managed to not draw your wand, didn't you?" He winked letting Pavon know that little tidbit would go no further. The boy should know that he done well though. It might help him keep control in future.

The Auror stepped into the room and stopped. "Wow!" Over his career he'd been in many old magical homes. He'd seen many amazing things accomplished using magic. But this... these walls. The man turned in a slow circle. It wasn't professional, not at all but... the walls! Realising himself he stopped his turn and with a slightly sheepish smile spoke to Pavon. "This is... this is really something else."

He had heard Pavon say he'd fetch his parents so Levi thought he'd get a closer look at the decorating while he waited. Standing closer to the wall he clasped his hands behind his back. Better for resisting the urge to touch.

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Levi was starting to slowly gain some of the trust of the boy who was terrified of his type. When he showed clear knowledge of what his intentions were, but at the same time was not yet dragging him out the door by the scurf of his neck, and telling him who his cell mate in Azkaban would be, Pavon felt stunned and just a little more accepting of the big man. He was not the big and evil Auror. He was Levi, who just happened to work there. Maybe. For now.

He left the room where Levi expressed admiration of the walls and room, with beaming pride. Yes, this was what his family line had accomplished, and this was what impressed the Auror. He did not take long to get his parents and he told them who came, but that the news were not bad and that they need not worry about anything. That it wasn't about his brother having been captured or something as horrible. Even so, when his parents arrived, the mother looked a little pale and worried, while his father appeared calm, but aloof. Both did carry themselves with that ancient sort of grace that came from centuries of pureblood lineage. It wasn't fake, or forced, they did appear regal if, at the same time, a little colder because of it. His mother entered the room first , followed shortly by his father and then it was him, lingering at the door, anxiously.

The painted birds on the walls flew towards the Sannesleys and one that looked like a peacock seemed to move closest to the boy. It flared out his tail, as if to greet him and then began to clean his wing, his tail lowered again. A few of the birds returned to their perches, while the trees seemed to move in the unseen breeze. They were few and mostly stylized, perhaps added so that the birds had other perches than the actual corners and detailing of the room. There were flowers too, perhaps for the same reason that would open and at times, especially closer to the night, close. While a few would have remained to give out a faint glow then as well - the night flowers.

Pavon introduced both his mother and father with the middle names and lineage before backing away to his spot. "You may sit down, sir." The woman spoke indicating an empty chair. "Pavonis, do get some tea for our guest." She did not care whether Levi had said he wanted some or not. He would be offered it and he could simply refrain from drinking i he so wished. It would also get him out of the room so that the adults could talk.

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Though he appeared engrossed in the wall Levi was listening intently for the return of Pavon and entrance of the boy's parents. The house was extravagant and this wall in particular amazing but it had a vibe. Levi had felt it more as they'd walked. He felt a chill he was sure was nothing to do with heating or cracks. It was just a thing, a natural feeling this house gave off.

Hearing the footsteps approach he turned to the door and nodded his head as the adults entered. "Auror Mitchell." He introduced himself after Pavon had done likewise for his parents.

When offered a seat he politely declined. He preferred to stand not knowing just how they would react to the news he was to give. Plus, the chairs looked old and thin. He worried, as he often did in these old house that the furniture would not be up to the task of his weight.

It surprised him when the mother took the lead. Usually it was the men who did all the talking in the older families, even if it was well known that the woman ran the show. He would have declined the tea too if given the chance. Though he understood what the woman was doing by getting her son out of the room he did think it could have been done in a better way.

"Thank you for seeing me." He spoke when Pavon was gone to fetch the tea he wouldn't be drinking. "I've been sent today to try to begin to put right a wrong. I have to inform you that as of this morning your son Perseus Percival Sannesley is cleared of the murder he was once convicted of. All charges have been dropped and his name cleared after new evidence came to light."

Levi stepped forward and produced the papers that would verify what he'd just said. "The Ministry as a whole sends it's apologies and..." Before the man had the deadpan tone of someone speaking rehearsed lines, now his voice changed, there was more passion. "My personal apologies too and assurance that this... mistake will not pass quietly to be forgotten. As Head Auror I make it my mission to discover just what went wrong and who is responsible."

He wouldn't stand for it in his department and if it was someone outside the Aurors to blame (as he suspected) then he'd go straight to the top with it. It didn't matter to Levi the blood status of the convicted. An innocent man believed guilty always left free a guilty one believed innocent.

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When the name of their son was mentioned the mother had frozen, as in fear that something worse would have been discussed about her son. She looked stunned, as did her husband, that the news was not bad but rather, amazingly....good. Their oldest son, their first born was cleared of his crime and could now return home without issue. Of course it had angered her right away that it had taken so long, and that he had to have suffered and more so that now he was gone, out there, still fleeing, and would not know of these news. For all she knew, he could have been dead by that moment because neither she nor her husband heard a word from him since his escape.

Her hand came to squeeze that of her husband, tightening it, in part to express their shared emotion, in part to keep herself upright. "He is cleared. He is innocent now?" She asked, her voice relatively steady, although the mix of emotions could be heart and felt, in it. She did not know whether to be upset that it took so long or relieved that he was finally no longer doomed for Azkaban. "But how can he know now?....My poor dear is out there, somewhere, lost. How will he know he may come home?!" She asked, almost demanding that Levi give her an answer that would suffice to calm her worries.

"He was innocent all along and these many years, ruined for him, because of injustice." It was the husband that said this, but he spoke more calmly, still glad, very glad that the first born would return. Well, that he could return, because he did not know if he would. "There is no way to return those years to him. His life, his future, so affected by a mistake, by a misindenfitication!" It was the mother this time, that said it, looking at Levi still. Would someone be answerable for that or would it be again the same. False accusations, the suffering of a family, and yet not so much as an apology to replay all the suffering that it caused.

The parents looked distraught, although they were of course more than thrilled that their son had no more reason to run. At such a time Pavon entered with his tea tray in hand and the tea, steaming in the kettle, with several lovely cups, three, for each of the occupants of the room, next to it and small plates as well. They were all beautifully ornamented, although probably not as much as some that they had in their cupboards.

He placed the tray down on the table and looked at Levi, anxious, worried at how his parents looked, but determined - hopeful - that the Auror had not lied to him.

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"Yes, he is cleared." Levi answered though he didn't bother to point out the young man had always been innocent. A statement like that could be taken one of two ways and as one of the ways would likely end in nastiness he chose to steer well clear. "An Auror can be put onto the task of finding him but I feel that would be unwise. I have cleared it with my superior that if you wish to hire someone privately you will be fully reinbursed. Just tell whoever you hire to send the relevant documents to me." He'd argued this case even before the man was officially cleared.

There was no way he could send one of his Aurors. As long as Sannesley believed himself presumed guilty then he would flee or attack. If he attacked then the Auror would have no choice but to retaliate. This was the best option for all.

Levi turned to the father. "I am sorry for that and I can personally assure that a full investigation has already been launched. I hate to see an innocent man wrongly blamed just as much as I hate to see the guilty free."

There really was no more he could say. Nothing else he could do. Pavon returned and once again Levi smiled at the boy. He took a step back, away from the family allowing the parents space to tell their youngest son the news.

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The parents agreed that the best course of action would be not to send an Auror after their son, but someone that they could trust and that he too, would trust rather than flee from. The Auror could only make things worse, even if he announced it loud and clear that he was not there to harm him or take him into custody. Who would in their right mind believe an Auror, if they said something like this? especially in the current state of affairs. The mother nodded slowly, and as Pavon appeared told him, in a very short few words that his brother was finally free. She was happy, both parents were. Their precious first born was going to come back.

Pavon looked pleased as well and relieved, as it meant he no longer needed to hide his brother from the world. That had taken its toll and he would be finally free to work and do things for himself. He was aware of how important his brother's return was to his parents and that things would change. He only did not know yet just how much. At the moment he was a young, naive little brother rejoicing about his brother's innocence being recognised by the Aurors. He turned towards Levi, and though he did know that it wasn't Levi's personal work that made this possible, he still found it within himself to say. "Thank you, sir." In a very polite and even somewhat bolder manner than how he had been before seeing the man. This Auror's face was slowly beginning to be connected with good tidings. It had been when he first met him, it had been now. While others may have been still intimidating, Levi was good news.

"For the news and for finally finding what we've known all this time." He paused and quickly added. "I mean no disrespect. Just that I am happy that he can return home safely. " He offered what he had been sent out for.

The mother spoke out. "We will take care of finding him now, Mr. Mitchell. Thank you for letting us know the good news."

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At the parents decision the Auror repeated the instruction that if all relevant documents were sent to him he's personally attend to their reinbursment. The last thing he wanted was for after the years they'd just gone through that their paperwork get lost along the line somewhere. Or the payment be held up for any reason.

Levi was happy to see any families touching moments but they did always come with a level of awkwardness. As an outsider there was nothing else to feel but mildly uncomfortable. He smiled at Pavon's comments but really saw no need to comment himself. That was until he was offered tea.

"No thanks. I'd best get back. The flow of paperwork is unending." He hadn't wanted tea, made a point of not drinking in houses he found himself in in the course of work. He didn't suspect the Sannesley's would do anything untoward to him, not now he'd given them the news. It was a good habit to get into and one he dare not break, ever.

"Thank you for making the time to see me." He spoke to the parents before turning to the boy. "Nice seeing you again, Pavon." It was a friendly smile he shot the boys way. "I know the way." he added, not wanting to take any one of them away from what he was sure would soon be celebrations.

The Auror left the room and it's amazing walls behind. He hadn't lied when he said he knew the way. The house could have been five times the size and he'd have known the way. Levi always knew where he'd been and it served him well.

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While the parents remained in the room, Pavon followed the Auror. It was his duty to escort him out even if the Auror had said he knew the way. There were several reasons, first, it was to know that he truly had left so that he might not go snooping about. One could never be too careful, two, it was also right and polite to escort a guest to the door. He was doing it for that reason as well. He was still surprised that Levi seemed happy to have seen him again.

Aurors were always just evil and mean and now here was this guy who was changing his perception of them. He was not evil, he was not mean, he was pleasant, helpful and he had just brought them some of the best news in a long while. Sure, he had done something to make that possible, but Levi did not know that, and Levi was willing to accept the information he had gotten in his office, as fact and not be persistent in keeping his brother on the list of the wanted.

He followed in silence and only spoke once they were at the door. "....Thank you for the good news." He said again, quietly. He did not know how to say that he was ... fine with meeting the Auror this time. Saying it was nice to see him again, would be lying, just a little bit. "......You're different, and that's good." He said instead. He lowered his gaze. "Safe journey back." He added and this time even meant it.

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