For conspiracy mongering, no one does it better than the Jew-obsessed lunatics at Fars, as they proved on Monday.
He called him "a disturbed boy" and then spoke of the conspiracy that followed.
There are other conspiracy theories about why Baradar was arrested.
But he was quick to point out that “conspiracy is not just five guys in a room.”
Word spread quickly around Russia about explosions in the sky over Siberia, resulting in conspiracy theories and hysterical fears.
He did not say that this letter was a proof of conspiracy, but of a system of policy which was very contrary to a peace system.
There had been a conspiracy against him; he was outwitted, robbed, befooled.
A conspiracy was formed among the men, by which a third of the whole command planned to desert at one time.
A conspiracy between speech and action to cheat the understanding.
You wouldn't have time enough to have any conspiracy, to be self-saving, to mingle with the crowd, as it was told about me.
mid-14c., from Anglo-French conspiracie, Old French conspiracie "conspiracy, plot," from Latin conspirationem (nominative conspiratio) "agreement, union, unanimity," noun of action from conspirare (see conspire); earlier in same sense was conspiration (early 14c.), from French conspiration (13c.), from Latin conspirationem. An Old English word for it was facengecwis. As a term in law, from 1863. Conspiracy theory is from 1909.