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Please comment as I'm at a loss right now. Today I was terminated because I was accused of stealing a piece of merchandise from my workplace. Two people wrote statements saying that they saw me take the merchandise out of the store. I actually stood & had a conversation with these two woman as I left the building that day & while I was being terminated, asked my manager to have them come in the office & stand up for me.

Turns out these two are the ones who accused me & coincidentally applied for the same promotion I did. The store I work in has no cameras so they have no proof that way. I am devastated because as I said I had just applied for a promotion yesterday & was very happy with my job. Obviously I didn't take anything & I'm just wondering now is this wrongful termination?  
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I don't have a great answer, except that YOU know the truth. For other two, what comes around, goes around. Believe in this "When something bad happens, remember the lesson and throw away the experience". Good luck to you in your future endeavours!
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Of course you have a defense. You were wrongfully accused of stealing. I would check the human rights law and if you arent covered under that then seek the advice of a lawyer service. Many free legal option out there.
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