holding that "a plaintiff . . . cannot rely on attenuated possibilities that a jury would infer a discriminatory motive, but rather must come forward with sufficient evidence to establish a prima facie case and respond sufficiently to any rebuttal by the defendant to create a genuine issue of material fact"Summary of this case from Grooms v. Wiregrass Electric Cooperative, Inc.
December 12, 1983, OCTOBER TERM, 1983.
C.A. 7th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 712 F. 2d 1023.