After this whole thing I'm in a Police database and I think will affect my future and I want to remove my name out from there or to give me a letter I was wrong arrested.
I'm not sure I understand the question?
I have no problem to be checked
I worked from Monday to Friday in a warehouse that is manage by my former boss and I worked on Saturday or Sunday at his home in his garden and where he accused me I stole some stuff, then proving to the police that I was not even that day in the city where he lives.
Can I sue my ex boss for wrong allegation or something else? and if yes I have a chance to win? because I want to pay for this?
I know it was false because the things that he say were stolen were not the only value of his house, and if someone would have broken his house would have taken everything would be found not just only some things who I do not know what reason he says they were stolen.
What is your advice: I must look to get revenge, or I just sit quietly?
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