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By Anonymous - / Saturday 12 March 2011 23:18 / United States
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By  Quasar55_fml  |  35

This just isn't right. You can't be fired for faults you could not even commit. Sue the bitch for harassment and your boss for unlawful termination or whatever it is called.

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By  Quasar55_fml  |  35

This just isn't right. You can't be fired for faults you could not even commit. Sue the bitch for harassment and your boss for unlawful termination or whatever it is called.

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  spoo  |  35

Pretty much a picture perfect example of slander. Unfortunately it only can be pursued in civil court, but it is definitely grounds to do so. You sir, just got yourself an alimony income :)

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  sallen0046  |  14

Actually, they can. Massachusetts is an "at-will" employment state. In such states, employment can be terminated at any time for any reason, with, or without notice. A decent boss would have said something let the employee begin legal action, but being legal and being decent are two very different things.

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