It's a theory about folks conspiring. Why isn't it a conspiracy theory? Too mundane?
At any rate, I think it's weak as hell.
As the puzzle pieces fit together, they began to show coordination against OWS at the highest national levels.
No, they didn't. I wouldn't be surprised if such coordination existed, but Wolf's (the author of the piece) puzzle pieces are stupid. She used the fact that rightwing pundits and politicians were on-message. That's what wings do. They agree on certain things. And that leaked memo. A failed attempt at a conspiracy isn't evidence of a real conspiracy. It could just as well be used as evidence against it. Either way, it's weak.
And the beatings. My gut tells me they would help the protesters' message. Apparently Wolf's gut tells her the opposite. Now, I wonder who's right.