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Which is why the Jedi don't figure out that Palpatine is
Sidious. Or that Anakin's murdered people in AoTC. And so on. Just because the Jedi can read 9 year old Anakin's thoughts, doesn't mean they, or Palpatine for that matter, can read 19 year old
Anakin's. Except, Anakin doesn't know that PalpSidious can use the force which is why he didn't shield his thoughts from him.
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Calvin Zola smashed two in six
first-half minutes to stun the home crowd before Nahki Wells scored from the spot after a Damien McCrory handball. With half-time looming, Robbie Weir swept home Alex MacDonalds cross to send the
600-odd Albion fans into raptures. In a nip and tuck second half, Garry Thompson netted a second for the Bantams with quarter of an hour left to set up a storming end to the encounter. But Gary
Rowetts men stood firm against an aerial barrage to take their slender advantage into Sundays second leg. They set about Bradford in a confident manner and their 4-1-4-1 formation proved to be
anything but negative.
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