Now that we've had some time to process Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, we couldn't help wondering: What about the crimes? We've talked about theories and canon and the promise/peril of franchise, but this movie is about literal crimes. Who committed them, why did they commit them, and how severe were they?
To answer these burning questions, we got ourselves a copy of the original screenplay and combed through it to catalog ALL THE CRIMES.
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