If I was fired from my job due to a video accusation that I have never seen, what should I do?

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If I was fired from my job due to a video accusation that I have never seen, what should I do?

I was terminated from my job because of a video accusation that states I took money from a customer and did not turn it in to the company. There is supposed video capturing my actions but I have not seen it and I was terminated for this. Is this legal? Do I have the right to see this video?

Asked on March 2, 2012 under Employment Labor Law, Wisconsin

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