Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX the additional information.
I am sorry to hear of your dilemma. It must be very frustrating for you.
As an at-will employee your employer may legally terminate your employment at any time and for any reason, so long as it is not for a reason which violates your civil rights. In other words, you may not be terminated as a result of sexual harassment or illegal discrimination. Illegal discrimination requires membership in a protected class (gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, etc.). Other than those reasons, it does not really matter how they treat other employees.
It is possible that you were terminated for being a member of a protected minority group. In such a case, it would be a wrongful termination and the employer would have the burden of showing there was a valid reason forth action they took. That may be difficult given the video evidence and other witnesses corroborating your status as a victim.
Additionally, your employer has a duty to protect you from unwarranted attacks on you in the workplace.
If you believe that the reason given is a pretext for an illegal reason, you can file a claim with the EEOC
at www.eeoc.com. They will investigate on your behalf at no cost to you and, if they find a cause for a civil rights violation you will get a right to sue letter which will make your case very attractive to a private attorney.
It is my privilege to assist you. Let me know if you need further information. I hope I have helped you beyond your expectations in the service I have provided to you. I am here for you.
Be sure to verify the information I have provided with a local attorney who is familiar with your local laws and procedures.
I am happy to answer your follow-up questions and assist you until I am able to explain the answer to your satisfaction.