Well, your position is hard to understand, as you previously stated that it was logical to doubt the whole event happened at all because the media misreported certain facts.
So any event that has misreporting in, you consider it wise to immediately doubt whether it happened at all, rather than the more obvious 'they misreported something'.
Again, if you think the event hasn't happened, or even just the details aren't as presented, then there is a conspiracy to present it as if it has - you have a theory about a conspiracy, you are a conspiracy theorist by that action. Why is this an insult?
I didn't say which side I believed. You're also taking that statement out of context; I said BOTH sides sound crazy. Why does that instantly mean I'm on the conspiracy side? And again, even if you believe I'm some conspiracy theorist, I'd still like to point out that doesn't mean I would have to believe it was entirely faked. But as I said multiple times, I believe this event happened, I'm just unsure of certain aspects. Please start debunking and stop trying to find ways to label me a conspiracy theorist.