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Executioners could also serve in executing human criminals who had been condemned by the law of committing capital crimes. The death penalty was a known punishment in the American wizarding community.
Walden Macnair worked as an executioner for the Ministry of Magic, after having been acquitted for his activities as a Death Eater during the First Wizarding War. In 1993, he accompanied Fudge to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry to carry out the disposal of Buckbeak, the Hippogriff who had been sentenced to death for its attack on Draco Malfoy.
In 1996, Macnair was been caught red-handed in renewed Death Eater activities, and was arrested, losing his position as a Ministry-employed executioner and imprisoned to Azkaban for his crimes, though the takeover of the Ministry in the later year may have regained his position.
Since the end of the Second Wizarding War it is unknown who was employed with fulfilling the role as executioner.
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