Nonsense. Because of the fulfillment of the prophecy a significantly worse outcome was averted. And of course the prophecy in no way said that everything would be wonderful either way. If the prophecy had not ended up being fulfilled, you might have an argument. Perhaps some fan fiction writing is in order. The clones didn't witness any of that, and I don't recall Anakin testifying to the Senate. Ultimately Palpatine can issue Order 66 anytime he wants to. It takes a Chosen One to deliver a message to Mace Windu? Didn't see it, didn't happen, right? Again you act as if the result leads directly to Palpatine, and the Jedi would obviously have found something incriminating if only they had tried. This, unfortunately, necessitates throwing out something we are given to understand about Palpatine as a character. We have evidence that shows they don't always get the outcome they want just by virtue of the fact that they want it. And there may be several reasons for this. Or you don't find anything worthy of note, because your opponent is not as careless as you might want him to be, and then you're right back at square one. Suspicions prove to be unfounded literally all the time. Didn't see it, didn't happen. No one went to the bathroom; between the events depicted on screen in the films, the characters simply stopped existing. Wrong. Now you're just making things up. Can you cite a canonical example of this happening even once? Nope. Still making things up. When did this happen? Can you provide a list of the characters who say "emotion is evil"? Or is the problem that you are unable to differentiate between positive and negative emotions? No. You just assume he does, but your assumptions hardly constitute proof of anything or actual film content. Because canon doesn't back up your revisionism, canon is the enemy! By the same token, nothing in ROTS contradicts them believing in The Clone Wars that Sifo-Dyas ordered the army. "Nothing" is funny like that. It goes both ways, it doesn't support one alternative over the other. The cartoon is at the same level of canon as the films, nothing is "superseded". That's decided by the franchise holders. It's certainly not decided by you. AOTC does not tell us what the Jedi believe. They are clearly skeptical but they do not come to a definitive conclusion regarding Sifo-Dyas' involvement. The fact of the matter is that they do not have enough information by that point to reach a conclusion, because they have not yet investigated the matter. By the time of TCW/ROTS their appraisal of the situation may be different as it may reflect additional investigation on their part. And that is only what we would expect. Because that's how investigations work. You suspect something, you investigate it, and you gather evidence. And when the evidence says that Sifo-Dyas ordered the clones, you go with the evidence, right?