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View Diary: Morning Feature: Conspiracy Theory 103 - Conspiracies of Convenience (Plus Kossascopes) (178 comments)

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  •  St. Patrick Fitzgerald is a conspiracy theorist (4+ / 0-)

    The proof is here.

    •  They are more common than we think. (6+ / 0-)

      As Skex noted in comments yesterday, the most commonly charged criminal offense is conspiracy.  But in court the relevant issue is not whether the charge is conspiracy, but whether there is evidence to prove the charge of conspiracy.  Sadly, too often the media treat any claim of conspiracy as a "crackpot" theory, and that makes it difficult to expose and criticize conspirators.

      Good morning! ::huggggggggggggs::

    •  he's alleging a conspiracy (1+ / 0-)
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      NCrissieB

      which is quite a different thing, because as a prosecutor, he is accustomed to the requirement for producing evidence of all the elements of the crime.

      Conspiracy theorists don't approach conspiracies in anywhere near the same way as prosecutors do.

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