- "Mr Scamander. The wizarding and non-wizarding worlds have been at peace for over a century. Grindelwald wants to see that peace destroyed and for certain members of our community his message is very seductive. Many purebloods believe it is their birthright to rule not only our world but the non-magic world as well."
- — Arnold Guzman's concerns about Gellert Grindelwald[src]
In 1927, Guzman attended a hearing at the British Ministry of Magic, being a part of a committee comprised of himself, the Head of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement, Torquil Travers, and Rudolph Spielman of the International Confederation Wizards. The subject of the hearing was the appeal of Newt Scamander's international travel ban. Scamander's appeal was ultimately denied by Guzman and the other committee members.
Personality and traits
Behind the scenes
- Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald - The Original Screenplay (First appearance)
- Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
Notes and references
|International Confederation of Wizards|
|International Confederation of Wizards' Conference|
|Pierre Bonaccord · Cottismore Croyne · Sidley Smirk Platter · Albus Dumbledore · Babajide Akingbade|
|Hector Podmore (Great Britain) · Momolu Wotorson · Ya Zhou · Heinrich Eberstadt (Switzerland) · Albus Dumbledore (Great Britain)|
|Rudolph Spielman (Germany) · Arnold Guzman (USA) · Royston Idlewind (Australia) · Mentor Metaxas (Greece) · Constance Pickering (Great Britain) · Mathilda Grimblehawk (Great Britain)|
|Divisions and posts|
|Quidditch Committee · International Director · Educational Office · International Task Force · Security Advisor · Statute of Secrecy Task Force · Head of Incarceration|