Gawain frowned slightly - he hadn't even thought about Potter, truthfully.
Transportation for Muggleborns leaving the country - that was ... he'd seen where the convicted Muggleborns went, and he knew that there wasn't any way to steal magic. That was shite. So Lupin and whomever had been with him had helped. Even if an innocent bystander had been injured in the process.
And yet, it was Gawain's job to protect all the people, not just certain ones. So why was he thinking right now that sacrificing one (even if Mr. Davies was going to be fine) to save many was okay?
"You got it, then? No more visits to poor Mr. Davies?"