“[Plaintiff] testified that [manager] Young instructed her to refuse [the customer’s] attempted return, and that she was disciplined for doing just that. [Plaintiff] explained that [customer] requested her termination, and that [manager] Young responded “don’t you worry sir. I’m fixing to take care of her right now.” And according to [customer], his complaint to co-manager Copeland was only made at [manager] Young’s behest. This evidence creates a question of fact as to whether Wal-Mart’s asserted reason is “false or ‘unworthy of credence.’” Moss, 610 F.3d at 922 (internal citation and quotation omitted).”

Morris v. Derrick Young, Wal-Mart Stores East, L.P., and Steven Lane, Civil Action No. 1:14-cv-136-SA-DAS, 2016 WL 2354642 (N.D. Miss., May 3, 2016)