What Does Conspiracy Means?


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Yooti Bhansali Profile
Yooti Bhansali answered
Conspiracy refers to an unwritten contract to work as a collective and perform unlawful activity. A pact amongst two or more than two parties to execute criminal activity or achieve a legally endorsed function through illegal means is called a conspiracy. Such an ensemble is called a group of conspirators. A conspiracy can also be the coming together of two elements, as if by some eerie coincidence. For example, "a conspiracy of the floods and the landslide that ruined the underlying village."

The offence of conspiracy initially took place as a series of decrees in 14th Century Britain that disallowed contracts to hold false claims in legal trials. Soon after that, accountability for an unlawful pact was also discovered, for unions to dodge taxation, commit acts of treason, etc. By the advent of the 18th century, confederacy was combined into a common federal felony that it is now known as.
S A Profile
S A answered
Definitions of conspiracy on the Web:

a secret agreement between two or more people to perform an unlawful act
a plot to carry out some harmful or illegal act (especially a political plot)
a group of conspirators banded together to achieve some harmful or illegal purpose
Conspiracy, in common usage, is the act of working in secret to obtain some goal, usually understood with negative connotations
Tom Fellman Profile
Tom Fellman answered
Now a day a conspiracy does not necessarily have to be a criminal act. It can stem from the greed of anyone or company to provide a service or a PRODUCT that is not in your best interest, such as food. Our giant food processors add many harmful chemicals to food products to save money and to ADDICT people to their food. If you think this is untrue. Look up MSG, Aspartame, hydrogenated oils & similar food additives. MSG for example is a neurotoxin, look it up & check the history of its use. Don't count on the FDA for protection; they are part of the CONSPIRACY.

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