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An employee, Wesley, accused his supervisor of discrimination after his two female coworkers were promoted before him. Wesley had not realized the additional duties his two female coworkers had successfully gained that allowed for their advancement. The supervisor was found to be not guilty of the discrimination charges after a thorough investigation by their employer. Wesley was terminated by the supervisor within a few weeks of the investigation outcome since the supervisor was still angry with the whole ordeal. Can the supervisor be found guilty of retaliation even if the original allegation was unfounded?

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