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Anonymous and without support doesn't mean silence

     Well, it is unavoidable in the end. Harry has brought attention to himself. It is not easy sometimes, to tell who is on your side, but you know you must be on the right track when your enemies show their cards. Another good man has been removed - that it is happenning is now a fact, but how? and why? are still open.
Knowing who are the players is half the work. Harry loses a friend, which somehow seems inevitable. This can be one of the most difficult things to deal with, as friends will fall away - for some it is just too much effort to go against the flow, others will be turned against you.
It's a fairly standard technique of isolation. You may find yourself standing alone, but never forget who you are. Hang in there, you are not alone.