Why Did Snape Kill Dumbledore?

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Snape actually agreed to kill Dumbledore upon Dumbledore's own demand. This fact portrayed the relationship between Snape and Dumbledore as one of the most unusually strong devotion in it. Snape was later killed by Lord Voldemort who wrongly believed that he was the master of the Elder Wand.
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Snape arrivs at the Tower, finding the drunk Dumbledore. He then fires a jet of
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Snape kills Dumbledore to fulfill an Unbreakable Vow & to keep Draco Malfoy innocent. It was planned!
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