I was fired by my employer early last year to make room for a younger employee. Those are the exact words of my former supervisor and I told the EEOC. Since then, my employer has admitted that my supervisor made the comments and apologized, he also fired him. He did not, however, give me my job back and the investigation continues. Now, the person that fired my former supervisor has also been fired so no one knows about the incident except the EEOC. Can I get an attorney and sue now that they are both fired and its been so long?I just read on the EEOC site that I do not need a right to sue letter because it is age discrimination and it has been more than 60 days (way more!) My question is can I sue now because my supervisor that fired me has been fired, and the person that fired him for the discriminatory remark has also been fired??