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- n. Plural form of conspiracy theory.
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Agent Cathcart’s summation: Ed Satterlee was a loony, albeit a rich and very efficient one — very adept at advancing conspiracy theories that stood up in court; very good at gathering evidence; very good at running outside interference for grand jury investigators.
Little also predicted the current-day conspiracy theories that lash together doctors, government officials, and vaccine manufacturers in their quest for riches.
Night Shymalan movies and why I hate books by John Updike and my personal conspiracy theories on Jon-Benet Ramsay and the California energy crisis.