DUMBLEDORE: Already? Since this morning?
GRANGER: They see the urgency of the situation.
DUMBLEDORE: But with Harry captured, surely–
GRANGER: Lovegood is the power behind his faction. I suspect that Potter was a mere figurehead; we cannot verify that he even has the ability to cast the Killing Curse.
DUMBLEDORE: Even so, to do this...
GRANGER: It is the only way we can rely upon.
DUMBLEDORE: Is Azkaban not secure enough? Now that it uses real guards instead of Dementors, I thought...
GRANGER: Capture is preferable, of course, but Lovegood has made herself difficult to capture.
DUMBLEDORE: I cannot argue with your logic, but still...
Dumbledore is holding the parchment. We can now see some of the text on it: "Ministry of Magic" at the top, then "AUTHORIZATION FOR DEADLY FORCE", and somewhere in the body of the (still mostly illegible) text, "Luna Lovegood".
DUMBLEDORE: I've never signed away a life.
GRANGER: And what of the dozens you may sign away by denying us the powers we need to end this killing spree? You yourself lived through Voldemort's reign of terror; would you hold one life in balance with everything he did? Would you spare even Tom Riddle, knowing what he would go on to do?
DUMBLEDORE: Ah, Tom Riddle... A matter that touches close to my heart... I was the first one to tell him he was a wizard, you know.
We enter a narrative frame in which Dumbledore describes past events. In the frame, a younger Dumbledore is standing at the intersection of two Muggle roads, holding a map. The map has labels for "Main St" and "Church St", and a mark suggesting a destination.
PRESENT DUMBLEDORE: I found him in a Muggle orphanage...
The Minister and the Wizengamot members agreed fairly easily to having Luna killed. The authorities in the patriarchal world of real-life Britain probably wouldn't agree so easily to killing a young, white, female person like Luna Lovegood, regardless of the circumstances. But in the relatively gender-egalitarian world of Voldemort's Children, they don't think about it any differently than if ze was a male serial killer.
Also, I'm sure glad I have a font for Granger now! (I still have to draw Dumbledore's voice, but it's actually quicker to draw than Granger's was, and it would be much harder to make a font for.)