Conspiracy Essay Topics

The JFK Assasination Conspiracy

The Assassination at Dealy Plaza President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas Texas on November 22nd November as his limousine drove through Dealy Plaza. Thousands of people had lined up to view his motorcade including dressmaker Abraham Zaprieder whose film captured the assassination. This happened at 12.30 pm and the president was immediately rushed… View Article

The Pazzi Conspiracy

Abstract: On a sunny Sunday in April of 1478, assassins from the Pazzi family attacked Lorenzo de’ Medici and his brother Giuliano. Giuliano lay bleeding on the cathedral floor, and later bled to death. Lorenzo, however managed to get to safety—not a good thing for the Pazzi family. Up to this point the Pazzi clan… View Article

Ethics of Conspiracy Theorizing

In the context of this essay conspiracies will be defined where a proposed explanation E is a conspiracy theory if and only if E is a proposed causal explanation of an event (or set of events) which postulates secret plans and actions on the part of the group and E conflicts with the official story… View Article

Inchoate offences

The word inchoate offence in ordinary sense means just begun or undeveloped. An inchoate can be defined as a preparation for committing a crime. The Inchoate offences can also be termed as preliminary crimes or anticipatory crimes. Inchoate offence “has been defined as conduct deemed criminal without actual harm being done provided that the harm… View Article

The Truth Behind Lies

September 11, 2001 is the most tragic day in America’s history. These attacks were a series of United Airlines plane hijackings by Al-Qaeda radicals. Two planes hit the twin towers, one hit the pentagon, and another was aimed to hit either the White House or Capital Building but was crashed prematurely. Although the death count… View Article

9/11 Conspiracy Theorists

As with all events in history, there will be at least one, sometimes several, naysayers in the crowd and the events of September 11th 2001 are no exception. The United States Government presented the facts to the world but some just couldn’t grasp it. The incident raised questions in everyone’s mind, specifically how could this… View Article

Criminal Law Evaluation Paper

Prepare a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you address all of the following items: · Examine the sources and purposes of criminal law. · Identify and explain jurisdiction to create and enforce criminal law. · Discuss the adversarial system and standards of proof in criminal cases. · Discuss and differentiate the concepts of criminal… View Article

Fun at School

” Is a conspiracy theory defined primarily by its internal narrative characteristics or by its external discursive position?” The answer to this quote is because the term “conspiracy theory” is not a neutral descriptor; it is commonly deployed as a term of disqualification for narratives that may, on their qualities, deserve thought. Further, when attached… View Article

The secret society – illuminati

This article is about the secret society. For the film, see Illuminata (film). For the Muslim esoteric school, see Illuminationism. For other uses, see Illuminati (disambiguation). Adam Weishaupt (1748–1830), founder of the Bavarian Illuminati. The Illuminati (plural of Latin illuminatus, “enlightened”) is a name given to several groups, both real and fictitious. Historically the name… View Article

Nodody Won

Abstract When the Arthur Andersen LLP/Enron scandal surfaced in 2001, there was much confusion as to whom committed what crime and how many employees were actually involved. After the facts and criminal charges were final, the sequence of events makes sense; the union of two companies, the rise of the participating executives, and finally the… View Article

9/11 Conspiracies

On September 11th, 2001, Islamic terrorists hijacked four passenger airlines. Two of the planes flew into the twin towers; one plane flew into the Pentagon; and the other plane was aimed at Washington D.C., but was taken over by passengers on the plane and crashed near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. In total, nearly 3,000 people died including… View Article