Yes.You are equating the allegation of conspiracy plots with "conspiracy theories" .
How can you decide when the idea is first proposed which which will pan out to be a "conspiracy theory," and which will be a "true conspiracy plot"?The two are not the same when applied in the real world , as the phrase "conspiracy theory" when used today is a collection of arguments built on fallacy , quote mining , misrepresented evidence , fabricated evidence , conjecture , straw man arguments and lies.
The 9/11 plot by Bin Laden and al Qaeda is a true conspiracy plot and theory based on evidence collected by the PENTTBOM investigation conducted by the FBI.
The destruction of WTC 7 was done by firemen is a conspiracy theory based on a quote mine of Larry Silverstein
saying "pull it".
And until something is identified as an actual "true conspiracy plot," is it a "conspiracy theory"?