Where do I put the spoiler for under suspicion?

Where do I put the spoiler for under suspicion?

You can place the spoilers by using the spoiler tag: [ spoiler ] spoiler stuff [ / spoiler ] (without the spaces). Then the spoiler would look like this: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show) Spoiler Warning: Spoiler!

Is there a discussion of the ending of under suspicion?

I guess it was intentional for the viewer to be a bit confused, and apparently you’re supposed to figure things out on your own, or at least speculate about the various possibilities. I could imagine this could be an interesting discussion – but apparently not one that I have any content to add to…

Where does the word suspicion come from in English?

[Middle English, alteration (influenced by Old French suspicion) of suspecioun, from Anglo-Norman, variant of Old French sospeçon, from Latin suspectiō, suspectiōn-, from suspectus, past participle of suspicere, to watch; see suspect .] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition.

Who are the actors in the movie under suspicion?

Not open for further replies. I just finished watching “Under Suspicion” last night, with Gene Hackman and Morgan Freeman. I was wondering if anyone would be interested in discussing the ending.

Can a company be sued for firing an employee?

Firing an employee may be a necessary act but it has the potential to be a legal minefield. Terminations can lead to legal claims based on a variety of potential allegations, including discrimination, retaliation, wrongful discharge, wage and hour liability, defamation, and so on.

When is firing an employee an illegal action?

Other illegal firings may occur when the employee is fired in retaliation of making a report about the business or if the employee had a contract and the termination is in violation of it.

Can a person be fired for no reason?

Myth #1: Any termination that seems unreasonable amounts to wrongful termination. If you were hired on an at-will basis in a state like California where the prevailing legal principle is “employment at will,” you can be fired at any point in time. The employer can do so for any reason or no reason at all.

What happens if you get fired for misconduct?

If you were terminated for misconduct — such as failing a drug test, stealing or lying — you will likely be frozen out of unemployment benefits for a time, although laws vary from state to state.