what is an example is a combination conspiracy
CONSPIRACY (from Lat. [ conspirare, literally to breathe together, to agree, combine, and especially to form a secret plot), in English law, an agreement between two or more persons to do certain wrongful acts, which may not, however, be punishable when committed by a single person, not acting in concert with others. The following are enumerated in text-books as the things, an agreement to do
which, made between several persons, constitutes the offence of conspiracy: - (I) Falsely to charge another with a crime punishable by law, either from a malicious or vindictive motive or feeling towards the party, or for the purpose of extorting money from him; (2) wrongfully to injure or prejudice a third person or any body of men in any other manner; (3) to commit any offence punishable by law; (4) to do any act with intent to pervert the course of justice; (5) to effect a legal purpose, with a corrupt intent or by improper means; to which are added (6) conspiracies or combinations among workmen to raise wages.
On the Internet one can fairly easily find many ramblings and 'shotgun' approaches to the many perceived interlocking world domination plans and planners. Cult of the Serpent is an interesting example of just such a combination ]
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