01. Some people believe that the murder of John F. Kennedy was part of a [conspiracy] involving many different people.
02. Lisa thinks that there's a [conspiracy] among the other secretaries in the office to get her fired.
03. A man has been arrested and charged with [conspiring] to set off a bomb at Heathrow airport.
04. Some crazy religious guy has suggested that the cartoon character SpongeBob Squarepants is part of a [conspiracy] to promote the homosexual lifestyle to children.
05. The [conspiracy] theories surrounding the death of John F. Kennedy have inspired dozens of books, articles and even a Hollywood movie.
06. The son of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was recently implicated in a [conspiracy] to overthrow the government of Equatorial Guinea.
07. On July 7, 1865, Mary Surratt became the first American woman to be hanged, after being convicted of [conspiracy] in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
08. Brutus was amongst the [conspirators] who stabbed Julius Caesar to death.
09. The three men were arrested and charged with [conspiring] to assassinate the President.
10. The guy is crazy; he thinks the Canadian government is [conspiring] to take over the United States.
11. On March 15, 44 B.C., a group of [conspirators] led by Brutus and Cassius stabbed Julius Caesar to death.
12. His voice sank to a [conspiratorial] whisper, and he told me that our boss would be gone within a month.
13. She has been arrested for [conspiring] to kill her husband, after reportedly hiring a hit man to shoot him.
14. He had hoped to run away with his girlfriend before her parents found out she was pregnant, but time [conspired] against him and the girl's doctor phoned her mother the night before they were to leave.
15. Three leading generals have been arrested and charged with [conspiring] to overthrow the government.
16. She got the job of her dreams, but then fate [conspired] against her, and the company went bankrupt.
17. Some members of the American Congress believed that Vice-President Andrew Johnson was a [conspirator] in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, and a committee was formed to investigate.
18. It is said that before her death, Princess Diana sent a letter to her butler Paul Burrell in which she alleges that there was a [conspiracy] to kill her in a car crash.
19. Some people believe that aliens came to our planet about fifty years ago, but that the American government is involved in some huge [conspiracy] to hide the truth from the public.
20. George Bernard Shaw once said, "Make money and the whole nation will [conspire] to call you a gentleman."
21. Ralph Waldo Emerson once suggested that once you make a decision, the universe [conspires] to make it happen.
22. John Updike once stated that America is a vast [conspiracy] to make you happy.

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