Aah lovely to see her again , gotta say as a well know aline from sw she doesen't get mutch love. Lovely piece of her , allas after looking upsome info their species feet are off but meaby a clone with some dna alterations can make a good test subject like this for some extensive testing on sensativity.
Technically they answered to the Republic, not the Jedi order, and they were programmed to carry out any order they were given, so it wasn't actually the betrayal of the army itself. "Just doing my job," they would have said.
You may carry out that arguement but those who create for a military often don't realize the horrifying consequences of their invention's capabilities.If you remember, in the video game Star Wars Battlefront II, the engineers of the Clone army ended up revolting when they discovered what the clones were being used for by the empire and were practically wiped out by Imperial forces.
But seriously, there are multiple examples of people both in sci-fi and real life who create military inventions (or people) on the basis of following orders in the hope that they would help create a peaceful environment or something beautiful that would be seen as a technological advantage. If you want a good example of someone being instructed to unintentionally create something to be used for evil purposes, go see Miyazaki's "The Wind Rises". Or even look at the drones used in Afghanistan and Pakistan when they were designed to minimize pilot losses
Although the messed up part was that the Imperials were being led by Boba Fett in their assault on the revolting clones. Think about it, Boba is technically Jango Fett's "son" while the rest of the clones were exact clones of Jango himself. So Boba was ordered to kill clones of his father... Yes, he was ordered to kill his father multiple times and he followed through with that...