posted on Mar, 23 2006 @ 03:03 PM
I'd say that a conspiracy occurs in any situation where the official explanation seems to defy the given facts or just plain old logic and reason.
The Kennedy assassination is a classic one. There are many details that seem to indicate that there is no way Oswald, acting alone, could be
responsible for all of those bullets in the amount of time documented on film, and with the rifle he was using. That's just one detail of
course...but it illustrates the point.
The Roswell Case is probably a more prime example. Here, the official explanation is PROVEN false time and time again, and by the Air Force itself.
First, nothing happened. Then, it was a weather balloon, then nope, it was a Mogul balloon. All the explanations do not fit the facts or the logic,
and the Air Force ADMITTED to a coverup (just that they claim they were covering up Mogul). Regardless, it's a proven conspiracy and an effort to
hide the truth.