Ever been accused of something, proven innocent, yet the accuser doesn't acknowledge they are wrong?
A supervisor accused me of something and was proven wrong by his boss. Supervisor refuses to acknowledge he's wrong and acts like his accusation is valid. Talking doesn't work with this person.
You have to rise above it. If it proves to be a serious problem you must go above and talk it out with his boss(es). As a professional he should know better than to act childish, if he cannot preform his job and admit to human error it is likely he is a future liability to the company.
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