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Well, Peter was probably under the Imperius Curse, which takes away a person's free will (unless they're strong enough to fight it, which he was most likely not), so in this case it WOULD have been Voldemort. There's also the wizard equivilant of "people don't kill people, guns do" which would be wands instead of guns, and Harry could've been raised under that. But I think ultimately, it's just that Harry feels that it was the fault of the one who ordered it, like when Death Eaters See More▼ broke down that bridge in either HBP of DH. He'd say something like "Voldemort killed the Muggles on that bridge," even though he didn't directly do it.
on January 28, 2016